I’m going back in time 5 years to write about how we built our modern farmhouse. You can read all the posts in this series by clicking HERE. It’s been a couple of months since I wrote my last post
This fresh cranberry cake is one of those wonderful, old-fashioned recipes that families fall in love with and pass down from generation to generation. I first remember my Aunt Shelly making it when I was a kid. I loved it
**This post contains affiliate links. You can read more about them on our policies page.** I’m so lucky to know lots of really amazing, talented, ambitious women. My friend Audrey, for example, is an artist and pattern designer who recently launched
**This post contains affiliate links. You can read more about them on our policies page.** Scandinavian Gatherings wasn’t written to be a Christmas book, but it is so good during the holidays for a couple of reasons: 1) It does have
This post has been sponsored by Barilla America, Inc. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The holidays are here! The gift-giving season is upon us! In our family, we are constantly on the look-out for fun gift ideas for
**This post contains affiliate links. You can read more about them on our policies page.** I have another delicious cake to share with you today that is perfect for the holiday season: Orange, Date, and Walnut Cake with Orange Butterscotch Sauce
**This post contains affiliate links. You can read more about them on our policies page.** I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving! After all the pie last week, I think I’m ready for a little cake, and I have the perfect
With Thanksgiving just a few days away, I wanted to share with you guys all of my Thanksgiving menu favorites, from sides to desserts and more. Sides & Salads Hazelnut Carrots Apple-Pecan Cornbread Dressing Roasted Garlicky Green Beans Grandma’s Cream
Probably the most popular recipe on my husband’s side of the family is my mother-in-laws fluffy dinner rolls. “Momo’s rolls” are soft, buttery, slightly sweet, and basically perfect. They get requested often when the family gets together for dinner, whether
I hope you all had a wonderful Halloween, because now it’s a mad dash to Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving comes really early this year, and I have lots of fun treats and recipes to share with you over the next three weeks.
My husband’s favorite dessert of all time is something his family calls Pumpkin Dump. I don’t think any dessert should have the word “dump” in it, certainly not a delicious dessert, so I’ve tried to change the name numerous times.
A couple of weeks ago, I kicked off a new/old series here on the blog: Building a Modern Farmhouse. When we started construction on our house just over 5 years ago, I wrote extensively about the process for Better Homes