guacamole recipe

after nineteen hours of driving to and all over virginia, life seems to lose a little meaning, just because of how incredibly bored you can get in the car.  anyway, all that driving was definitely worth it because virginia was a blast!!

but it’s definitely great to be back home, and to have a legitimate home cooked meal.  after eating out for so many days, it felt really good.

before we left, we made some food to bring with us.  one of the first things that my sister and i did before we left was to make guacamole.  i’m a big fan of guacamole, and even though it’s not everyone’s taste, it’s one of my favorite go-to snacks.



3-4 haas avacados, split in half

1-2 limes

1/2 onion, to be diced

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cannoli dip recipe

there’s a famous quote that says: “life is short — eat dessert first”.

and that is exactly what i plan to do, because dessert is a wonderful thing. so this is one of the easiest and tastiest recipes i’ve found. it’s basically the equivalent of a cannoli — but deconstructed.


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madeleines recipe

hey everyone,

i thought i would share one of my all time favorites, madeleines! my mom and i bake often, and we’ve made all sorts of cookies and decorations but this one is a classic.

madeleines – a french butter cake basically, and they’re scalloped on one side, with the edges.  the pan is needed to bake these are made especially for madeleines, and the shell shape is what makes the madeleine so recognizable.  underneath is the recipe that i use for my madeleines:

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