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Dinners in Gorizia are provided by the lovely Grand Hotel Entourage, which is our place of residence for the duration of our stay. They take dinner very seriously in Italy, and even our study abroad group was pampered with a … Continue reading
My first look at Gorizian culture continued that day, leading us to a square near where I would discover to be the University. The festival opened up into an open-air market with summer clothes, bakeware, knick-knacks, and our favorite–Italian sweets.
Aspiring Bakers #7 – Chocolate Delight (May 2011) hosted by DG from Tested and Tasted: Peanut Butter Chocolate Cheesecake
This post is my entry for the Aspiring Bakers Challenge #7. Enjoy! —– NEW CAMERA NEW CAMERA NEW CAMERA!
OH MY GOD I AM TIRED OF STUDYING. I apologize profusely for the wait; studying has filled all my time and I’m not sure that it helped that much. Anyway, though, I got a serious hankering today for the heart … Continue reading
Hint: I’m a nerd. So you’ll understand why I have a certain affection for March 14. It’s Pi day! And what better way to celebrate than with a tasty homemade pi(e)? Hehe, looking at it that way, it looks a … Continue reading
Tonight I had a great little dinner party with some friends and decided to finish things off with a tasty treat. I present to you–Strawberry Chocolate Tarts!
If you follow us on Facebook, you’ll know that a few hours ago the latest status was “Laissez les bons temps roulez!” This phrase, French for “Let the good times roll!”, is a common phrase in the French Quarter around … Continue reading
Call me crazy; I went for it. The notorious macaron. I had just finished a massive RSS reading stint and had an itch I needed to scratch. That itch was alleviated by one www.pastrypal.com and her Master the Macaron walkthrough, … Continue reading