Monthly Archives: September 2011

Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer

Typically, I come up with a witty (or so I think) title for each post that combines both book and food. But this book deserves so much more than a silly, witty title. I use the word favorite too freely, … Continue reading

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First Sprinkles Friday!

Hello all! Today is the first day of Sprinkles Friday! Every Friday, from here on out, I will post an original short story of whatever genre or style I’m diggin’ at the moment. You can find the Sprinkle on the … Continue reading

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The Scarlet Cupcakes

High school English class staples: Hamlet, Beowulf, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Macbeth, and The Scarlet Letter. Most high schools don’t stray from these core 5 fiction masterpieces. But enough about that- let’s talk about cupcakes. That is, cupcakes inspired … Continue reading

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Where the “Pup Cakes” Grow

Remember that time freshman year in high school, when I cried in English class after reading Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls. Yeah, that was awkward. I can still picture my classmates cocking their heads to the side … Continue reading

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Somewhere Over The Rainbow Cake

I love birthdays- other people’s birthdays, that is, since I made the choice to stop celebrating my own in an attempt to stay 22 forever. Best. Idea. Ever. Just last week, one of my best friends celebrated her 22nd birthday … Continue reading

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James And The Giant Peach Scones

As a kid, I fell in love with the magical story of James and the Giant Peach  written by Roald Dahl and illustrated by  Lane Smith. For those of you who are unfamiliar, James and the Giant Peach is the story of 4-year-old James … Continue reading

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Books Are Like Onion…Rings

Books are like onions… and I’m okay with that. Sometimes they really stink. Other times they make you cry. But when picked through their many layers and left to marinate in your brain (or in the case of this recipe, … Continue reading

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