This is an old family recipe, hand written on a recipe card. Rhubarb bread, and zucchini cakes and breads will always be in my family. These are so moist from the veggies hidden inside. Though these are in no way good for you, they are a fun twist on a plain chocolate cupcake.
Really not a recipe, more of a combo you need to try. Just cube a yellow mellon (honey dew would probably work too) chop some mint and toss together. It’s so refreshing and simple.
First off: BACON COOKED INTO A WAFFLE. Second: seared plumbs that is a good idea. Actually this post is full of good ideas.
Happy Friday everyone! Hope you all have weekend plans that involve coffee and carbs. I am headed into a work-filled weekend. But I have Monday off so it’s a trade off. I am starting to get into a grove at my new(ish) job. Being out of school for the summer helps. Late spring was crazy busy and it’s taken me weeks and weeks to actually feel like myself again. Grateful for a new season of life, just took time to realize that. Have a great weekend!
The Tart Tart (!!)
How to wrap a burrito
Loving flavored water
Chic-afied netted bags
Dainty cake flags (those would be an easy DIY)
Stirling is currently my favorite coffee house. It’s a small little location — just 50 square feet. Chic to the max. Coffee house by day and wine bar by night. Stirling features chic little tables, classy music, white tablecloths, baristas in crisp shirts and ties, and fantastic coffee. Wearing a Burberry shirt and journaling while sipping on a espresso and mineral water is acceptable and encouraged.
(Ratings done on a scale of 1-5, 1 being, “ok, I mean it’s fine.” 5 being, “oh, wow. Just wow.”)
Name: Stirling Proper
Location: NW Glisan
What I have: Cappuccino
Atmosphere: Chic, crisp
Pastry rating: 4
Food rating: 3
Coffee rating: 5
Favorite things: Decore, coffee, macaroons, staff.
Wait for a table: None.