What’s better than a decorated pinwheel cookie? A decorated pinwheel cookie that actually spins, that’s what! I had this crazy “what if” idea the other night, and I just had to give it a try. After a trip to Michael’s craft store, one to Office Max and one to Target, I felt like the MacGyver of baking, assembling potential pinwheel cookie-toys in my kitchen. Fortunately,
So, yes…..It has been a few months–and a few major holidays–since my last post. But I see no reason to dwell on that, especially when there are pie pops to discuss. Agreed? Good. Onward! When I owned Julie Anne’s, a small bakery/cafe here in Las Vegas, we had a popular sandwich called the Cinna-Monkey on the children’s menu. It was on the children’s
We have a restaurant here in Las Vegas named David Burke, and it is the second outlet (I believe) of a New York restaurant run by Chef–you guessed it–David Burke. The original restaurant is actually called David Burke and Donatella, but apparently Donatella didn’t want to take a gamble on a Sin City locale (ba-dum-bum). Eric and I have had dinner at David Burke three times.