The three weeks between Fall and Spring semester have been full of much celebrating, baking, and writing. Here are a few highlights from my time off, as I prep to go back in the classroom next week (and meet my new students, which is always thrilling).
Tried this show-stopper recipe from King Arthur Flour for our Christmas dinner dessert. As with all the KAF recipes I’ve tried in the past, it did not disappoint!
Our children helped us pack up the month’s worth of holiday cookies for friends and family–such a sweet treat. A few recipes to try, when you get a chance:
I also continue to work on perfecting baguettes–which are temperamental in many ways, but delicious nonetheless. I’m moving from awful to mediocre with my shaping technique–practice makes perfect, right?
- Paul Hollywood’s Baguettes
Speaking of all things baking, hubby gifted me with another set of classes at Gesine Bullock-Prado’s Sugar Glider Kitchen. Check out her assortment of classes here. They are a treat for any baker, from novice to expert.
Oh, and I finished the first draft of my fourth novel, It Was Always You.
On tap for 2018–lots of editing, with some baking diversions thrown in, of course!
Happy New Year!