Parmesan Rosemary Crackers

  So, fun fact: I have a boyfriend! This isn’t new news to the real world (we started dating in December 2018) but it is news to the blog world. I’ll introduce Todd properly over the next few posts, but for now all you need to know is that he’s asked me…

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Cowboy Caviar Dip

I’ve been baking for the crew at the Boathouse for 4 years now, I think. Time flies when you’re having fun! But through spending so much time there, my parents and I have also garnered a bunch of new friends – most of them are lifelong Bethany Beach locals. And as we’ve…

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Sweet Corn Tamale Cakes

It’s been a few weeks since the world lost Anthony Bordain. I’ve been thinking about him, and the legacy he left behind, a lot since his suicide. Much of my early food inspiration came from my parents and grandparents, but as I got older, I yearned to learn more about the world,…

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Aunt Debbie’s Snow Day Soup

Every family has their go-to snow day recipes, don’t they? For my family, that recipe as always been grilled ham and cheese sandwiches and my Aunt Debbie’s famous Chicken Corn Chowder! I sometimes call it our “Snow Day Soup,” because we make a big pot anytime the snow begins to coat the…

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Easy Peasy S’mores Bites

  S’mores have long been one of my favorite sweet treats. As a kid, whenever we would visit Snowshoe WV for a ski vacation, mom and dad would take me to my favorite mountaintop restaurant – Foxfire Grill. Of course, Foxfire is a great restaurant to start with, but the highlight of…

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Banana Pudding Poke Cake

Summer is in full swing, and so is my dessert making obsession. If my coworkers were hoping to slim down at all for bathing suit season, they’re pretty much out of luck. I’m heading up to Shenandoah County this weekend to celebrate the 4th of July with Will and David. It’ll be…

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Baked Texas Beans

Everyone has their comfort foods – the dishes that your mom or grandmother used to make, and that somehow never taste as good, no matter how closely you follow their recipes and instructions. In my family, it’s always been dad’s recipes that inspire the most nostalgia in my head. His eggplant parmesan,…

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