Over the years I’ve created a fair bit of Easter content. And while this year, Easter will look unlike any before it, I thought I would roundup some of my favourite posts. Because I believe when we all look back at this crazy time, we’ll remember the little moments of joy, the fun we chose to have despite the fear and uncertainty. So whether you decide to create a special table setting, bake a sweet treat or decorate Easter eggs, I’ve got you covered.
The first few months of 2018 have been a blur. And while it’s been thrilling to have new opportunities and business come in, it’s meant less time in the kitchen. Which for many may be a welcome change, but for someone who loves to bake as much as I do, it’s created a bit of void.
So when E.D. SMITH reached out for a collaboration I was completely ecstatic – I was being happily forced back into the kitchen! E.D. SMITH is the largest Canadian manufacturer of jams, jellies and marmalade – for over 135 years! With a painfully delayed Spring around here this year, working with the E.D. SMITH line of products was the perfect way to bring the flavours of Spring into my baking.
I can hardly believe I’m talking about Halloween! Where has this year gone!?
Ready or not, in a few short days the kiddos (and some adults) will be donning costumes and heading out trick or treating. I don’t plan to do much in the way of Halloween this year. With a busy September and early October, the thought of a quiet couple of weeks before the busyness of the Holiday Season is just what I need. But I couldn’t let Halloween pass without celebrating it in some way. So I’m doing so in my favorite way, with some Halloween Baking. I can tell you, once you start baking, you can’t stop. A friend of mine recently attended a couple of baking classes in south delhi and she’s been telling me how much fun they were. It kinda inspired me to start baking again and since it’s Halloween, I decided to do some Halloween-themed bakes!Any occasion that occurs, I’m always wanting to make something for the family. It’s so enjoyable and can be a hobby at times that takes my mind of things, like work. You don’t have to be the best baker in the world, but as long as it tastes nice, that’s what matters. But with this being said, the more you do make products, you’ll make mistakes and learn for the next time on what to improve on. There are many classes like Delhi Baker’s Club and TV shows that help people become interested in pursing baking as more than a hobby and also start getting people to bake at home. For me, I love baking and the idea of creating products that people enjoy is satisfying, especially when they look as nice as my Halloween cookies (if I do say so myself)!