Category Archives: dessert

Orange Almond Cake & Lemon Loaf with Raspberries

This post is my way of bidding farewell to winter. Even though this has been the easiest winter I can remember I’m still over it.  Wouldn’t it be nice if we had a nice long spring, easing us into summer.  It seems here in Chicago we go right from the dead of winter into mid summer….

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Mother’s Day Sunday Brunch

  Incase you’re looking for last minute Mother’s Day ideas here’s a collection of our favorite Sunday Brunch dishes.   Happy Mother’s Day! To my Mom and Sisters and all the amazing Mom’s I am lucky to call friend.  Being a Mom has been the most rewarding, difficult and complex job.  Im so grateful that each new…

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Lemon, Ricotta and Almond Flourless Cake

  Lemon, Ricotta and Almond Flourless Cake=bliss and if that’s not enough I added fresh Raspberries!

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Blueberry Latice Top Pie

Blueberry Lattice top pie is one of our family favorites now.  The fresh blueberries this time of year are abundant and sweet. We didn’t go blueberry picking this year but luckily the farmers market has plenty. No one was really that excited about blueberry pie until we tried it this way.  Initially I wasn’t sure…

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Lemon Squares Table and Dish

Lemon Squares… The recipe the kids will be looking for as soon as they leave home.  Here you go…

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  • Diane Hamilton - Sally! Just when I needed something bright and tart, this showed up. Perfect. But, I think it’s missing something – how much flour for the crust?

    And, let’s not foget the amazingly talented Paul! Congratulations on raising an fabulous kid.ReplyCancel

    • admin - Diane, It does take a village. Good to know I can count on my friends. Thanks for catching my huge mistake. 2 cups. recipe fixed!
      Hope the North is treating you well. xoReplyCancel

  • Brooke - Went to make these today…in the ingredients there’s only one type of sugar but in the directions for the crust it says to mix both types of sugar together and I’m not sure what to do!!ReplyCancel

    • admin - I apologize. There is only one type sugar in the crust. Granulated sugar. Not sure why I wrote it that way. From now on I need back up on proof reading. I hope they turned out delicious.
      SallyReplyCancel

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