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Easter is one of my favorite holidays. That rascally Easter Bunny is known to deliver a treasure-trove of goodies to children across the country. When I was young I would carefully boil the eggs and color them, set them in my Easter basket, and add a few carrots to say thank you. In the morning I found that the bunny had gnawed on the carrots and hidden my eggs, replacing them with a plethora of candies and treats. Then my brothers and I had fun finding all the hidden colored eggs.
Salmon season is right around the corner! Salmon is my favorite fish to grill. I love the way the smoke of a fire blends with the fish to create something that is even better than what you started with. What is your favorite grilling fish?
These whoopie pies have chocolate frosting and coconut, reminding me a lot of the flavors of Mounds candy bars. And you guys know how much I love mounds ~ if you want to make your own candies, check out my post here. Coconut and chocolate were meant to be together!
When the weather turns cold, I look forward to the colors and aromas of autumn and winter. I love the cozy evenings by the fireplace and pulling on sweaters to ward off the chill. The smell of cinnamon and ginger and hearty filling meals that warm up the coldest days. It is the perfect time to head to the kitchen and get creative with seasonal fruits. This year we have had more than our share of the cold weather, but before the pears and apples completely disappear from the market, make this cake – you’ll be glad you did!
For the final installment of this year’s salute to St. Patrick’s Day and the 20th celebration of day The Artist and I first met, I have a wonderful and easy chocolate bundt cake for you … spiked with root beer and Bailey’s Irish Cream. This is one treat that you will want to make all year long!