John makes and reviews the most popular recipe for Reese’s eggs
Tired of holding/replacing a pacifier for your little friend? Sew him up a bunny-shaped handle, with just two easy stitches.
Two of the most versatile—and crunchy!—beverages on our list. Try our sweet peppermint granita recipe!
So that thing I mentioned was going to happen went ahead and happened, and now we have a little bit of a new roommate. He doesn’t do his share of the housework but we like him a lot. At this stage, he does sort of hinder normal cooking/crafting/blogging operations, but give us a little time and we’ll be right back …
A quick tutorial on a quick little party favor, perfect for almost any occasion
We’re not sure what we’re going to do to celebrate the Fourth of July. (Yes, I know it’s tomorrow, but deciding ahead of time won’t save us from the after-fireworks traffic anyway so why not keep our options open?) Whatever we do, though, it won’t involve any kind of hosting or preparation. So what I’ve done here, all this searching, …
Why is monkey bread always sweet? Here’s an ingenious recipe for savory, garlicky cheese-stuffed monkey bread.
Guest blogger Monica Caretto shares a wonderfully simple recipe for these lemon-blueberry yogurt pops.
Sprinkle the gift of birdseed ornaments around your neighborhood, making the trees and birds both merry. Oh, and here’s a window into my neurotic creative process.
I’ve never lived anywhere with heavy trick-or-treat traffic, but I imagine that as you hurl fistfuls of candy corn or whatever onto the porch at your neighbors’ kids, you want to come back inside to something better than the fun-size mediocrity you’re pushing. Maybe that’s the real Halloween trick—dispensing pouches of individually-wrapped “meh” masquerading as treats while you’re inside chowing down on, …
For Independence Day this year, we’re having punch. Very red, very American punch that tastes like ambrosia—cherry, marshmallow, and coconut—with sweet little white stars.
It’s funny how unexpected projects often turn out to be the most interesting ones to work on. Take, for instance, the time I helped design stationery and decor for a two-year-old girl’s farm-themed birthday party. Sure, it’s a little different from the kind of work I’ve been doing lately, and no, I don’t think I do know any two-year-olds personally, …
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