Bake A Palooza Part II

As promised, here are some pics and the recipe links for the “BP Sunday” treats I made and brought to the ceremony this past Sunday. First off: Tropical Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting I have posted the recipe for this divine cake before (link here) so I won’t repeat it now; I’ll just show…

Copping an Attitude of Gratitude

I’ve been thinking about my life over these last several months, and sort of mentally totting up all of the things I’ve done right, and the things for which I wish I could have had a “do-over” (AKA the things I’ve done wrong). With the tremendous relief that has come from finding a job this…

Ranty McRanterson Has Left the Building…

Urgh. I HATE it when I have written up a nice, big post, and for one reason or another it doesn’t save and I’ve lost it for all time. Yeah, that just happened. Maybe it’s just as well, since it was a somewhat ranty post, and I don’t normally write those as a rule. So,…

Bake-a-Palooza

This Sunday, for those who are not in the Scouting movement, is B-P Day, when Scouting groups across the world usually come together to honour and celebrate the the founders of Scouting, Lord and Lady Baden-Powell (both were born on the same day, February 22nd). This year, our group, 3rd Toronto Parkdale will be participating…

Recipe Post: Kicka$$ Hummus (without using Tahini)

I live in a pretty…er…cosmopolitan city in Canada. If there’s any food item in the entire world I want to find, if it’s legal, it’s likely for sale somewhere around here. To be honest, I could probably find it even if it were not legal, but I’m a Good Girl (snerk), so I wouldn’t know…

Breakfast for Dinner? Why Not!

I received a text message from The Hubster early this afternoon, around lunch hour. He mentioned he was chatting with his workmates (both women), and the subject of waffles came around…don’t ask me how. Well, to the point, he ended up having a powerful hankerin’ for waffles, and asked if we could have them for…