Well, it’s certainly been difficult to be writing regularly having been so busy. Saskatchewan, the lake, Halifax – each required some of my attention. The good news is that with the most recent voyage, I’ve been able to secure an apartment in Halifax and the moving plans are coming along well! Yes, if you didn’t already know, Me + 1 are moving to the east coast in less than two months and I’ll be going to Dalhousie for library + info studies. Now that the major detail of the move (finding a roof to have over my head) has been taken care of, I’m hoping to get back to this space with a bit more frequency. Here’s some of what I’m planning:
- My Morning Jacket at Ottawa’s Bluesfest (tomorrow!!)
- Grapefruit cupcakes with Matcha tea frosting (recipe + tips)
- Chocolate cupcakes with chocolate-orange frosting (recipe + tips)
- Opening an Etsy shop
- More to come…
For a while now I’ve been searching the web to find interesting blogs and baking sites. There are so many out there, but I’ve been able to zero in on several that are particularly fantastic. That said, I wanted to pass along this post from a blog I have started to follow quite closely, i am baker. I find the blog is really great for providing simple, easy to follow baking ideas and recipes, while highlighting tutorial tips that will make sure your project turns out great.
A recent post on the “rose cake tutorial” caught my eye and I decided that I had to pass it along… Here it is! This cake is absolutely stunning. I just can’t get over how professional and lovely it looks, especially considering how not-so-difficult it is to make the roses. It uses the common 1M tip, and with the right technique you’ll definitely be able to make something that is bound to impress.
On a P.S. note, does anyone have any interesting baking/cooking blogs they’d like to share?!