Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Instagramming Food

I figured since I've been making quite a few yummy things lately and haven't taken the time to do proper blog posts about them, that to remedy the situation, I'd just use my instagram photos and link you to the sources for my awesome culinary creations.

And you're supposed to pronounce that "Keew-lin-ehry Kree-ay-shuns". But roll your "r"s. It makes it sound super cool.

 Red Velvet Cookies with Cream Cheese Frosting

A new take on my Red Velvet Cheesecake Cookies. These were made for a neighborhood Christmas Cookie Exchange. Oh what a night that was!

 Crème Brûlée

Simple and easy recipe from Allrecipes. Just make sure to follow the "most helpful review" written by a professional pastry chef. This recipe made me giddy like a little kid. I can now say that I own a blow torch and I know how to use it. :)

Bless you annieseats. That woman knows how to make tasty food that is also incredibly beautiful. 

A knock-off of Starbucks. I've made these twice already. And they are gone by the end of the evening. They are THAT good. Definitely inspires me to try my hand at making a bunch of different types of scones in the future.


  1. Yum! Those all look delicious. You are such a talented (and adventurous) chef. I had to laugh at your description of the creme brûlée - simply and easy but you use a blowtorch!

    1. Thanks Shantel! You always leave such sweet comments! I do LOVE to cook and bake and be adventurous in the kitchen. It's my detox time.

      And as far as the blowtorch goes with the creme brulee, that was the most "difficult part". The recipe itself was a cinch! ;)