When it comes to cookbooks, there isn’t much more lovable than ones about cookies. Maybe I’m biased because I grew up in a household where cookie baking was the norm. My friends all knew, if you went over to Justin’s house after school, his mom was probably going to bake something from scratch? Was she … More behind the scenes — Cookies for Kids’ Cancer
Note: This drawing is now closed. I get to work with a lot of great authors, and I’m thankful for that, but I wish every book project was special to me like this one. When I first met Gretchen Holt-Witt, I knew I had to find a way to work with her. I wasn’t sure yet … More Cookies for a good cause
“Small” isn’t necessarily my thing, at least not when it comes to food, but it seems to have been a trend lately in my wanderings. Macarons aren’t usually my thing either, but I stopped by the Share Our Strength bake sale in front of Kiehl’s in New York City, put together by my buddy Maggy … More a few small things
Last night I lost my street cred. I was baking these heavenly 5-layer bars from a cookbook I’m really excited about. I can’t say much yet because the book won’t be out until this Fall, but it’s in partnership with an incredible charity called Cookies for Kids Cancer.
I’m a little too busy editing the recipes for the cool Peko Peko project, a charity cookbook for Japan relief, to write a real blog post today. But on a related subject, I hope you visited one of the Bake Sale for Japan events across the country on Saturday. I stopped by the one at … More thinking about Japan