52 Kitchen Adventures

52 Kitchen Adventures In 2010, 52 Kitchen Adventures explored one unusual ingredient each week, demystifying different foods from strange looking produce to exotic pantry items. These days on the food blog you'll find easy Crock Pot recipes every Monday, along with homemade versions of things you thought you could only buy, plus lots of fun desserts thrown into the mix.

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Recipe: Mexican wedding cookies

Recipe: Mexican wedding cookies

Tweet As many of you know, I got engaged on Christmas, so the last couple of months have been a flurry of research, planning, and decision making. I knew who I wanted to be in my wedding party before I even got engaged, but it still took me about 6 weeks to ask them....

Tonx Coffee: Freshly Roasted Beans Shipped to You

Tonx Coffee: Freshly Roasted Beans Shipped to You

Tweet I’ve been eyeing those monthly coffee subscriptions for the last couple of years. Morning coffee is a daily ritual at our house, and Russ is a bit of a coffee snob. Each time his birthday or Christmas rolls around, I think about investing in a service that will deliver high quality beans to our door....

Recipe: Mini ruffle cakes

Recipe: Mini ruffle cakes

Tweet For months, I’ve been wanting to make a ruffle cake. Ever since I made the rose ombre cake, I’ve been meaning to tackle another fun (but easy) cake design. I was finally inspired by Martha Stewart Living’s special collector’s edition issue Cakes & Cupcakes. They sent me a copy to review, which I’m definitely keeping with...

Recipe: Peanut butter cup cupcakes

Recipe: Peanut butter cup cupcakes

Tweet When I arrived at work last Thursday, I was greeted by one of my coworkers, who was surprisingly perky for the early hour. “I got into grad school!” she exclaimed. I’ve known Hannah for 4 years, since her senior year of college. She was actually my intern during my first year teaching at...

Recipe: Faux churros with Mexican chocolate sauce

Recipe: Faux churros with Mexican chocolate sauce

Tweet If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, you may have seen the (not very pretty) Iphone photo I posted of 2 wannabe churros the other night. I tried folding tortillas in two different ways to make faux churros, and asked people to vote for the best imitation. From an overhead angle, the overwhelming...

Recipe: Salted caramel chocolate cupcakes

Recipe: Salted caramel chocolate cupcakes

Tweet Have you or anyone you know been hit with the awful flu that’s been going around? I was sick for a solid 2 weeks and spent 4 long days with a fever. After being out of commission for so long, I’ve spent the last week and a half playing catch-up with work, life,...

How to Ship Cupcakes

How to Ship Cupcakes

Tweet If you have someone special in your life who lives far away, I know just what you should send them for Valentine’s Day: a cupcake! I’ve always wanted to mail my cupcakes but I wasn’t sure how to. It’s hard enough just to transport them across town without smashing the frosting. Instead, I...

How to make a heart shaped cake without a heart pan

How to make a heart shaped cake without a heart pan

Tweet I’m excited to introduce you today to one of my favorite bloggers-Anna from Crunchy Creamy Sweet. I’m guest posting at Anna’s blog as part of her Valentine’s Day blog event about how to make a heart cake without a heart shaped pan. I love Anna’s blog because she posts tons of delicious recipes,...

Recipe: Nutella cupcakes for two

Recipe: Nutella cupcakes for two

Tweet I have discovered a very dangerous thing. A one bowl chocolate cupcake recipe for two. Yes, it makes a perfect serving of two cupcakes. You could whip these up anytime you have a sweet craving. How dangerous is that?! They’re especially perfect if you want to treat yourself and your sweetie to a...

Recipe: Salted caramel brownie bites

Recipe: Salted caramel brownie bites

Tweet Last week I shared this incredibly easy 7 minute salted caramel and you know I couldn’t just let that sit around in my fridge for long. I made some brownies and covered them in this decadent sauce, with a nice sprinkle of fleur de sel on top to really bring out the salty and...

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