What We’re Eating This Thanksgiving

What We’re Eating This Thanksgiving

Happy Wednesday, friends! I hope this post finds you wearing a comfy jumper with your hair piled up in a messy bun, and a coffee cup in hand. But maybe that’s just me. I’m popping in quickly to share: What We’re Eating This Thanksgiving. Boyfriend 

Perfect All-Butter Pie Dough

Perfect All-Butter Pie Dough

Sweet, sweet friends, hi! I’ve got such a treat for you today: Perfect All-Butter Pie Dough. For years I’ve been scouring both the internet and cookbooks for the perfect pie dough recipe. A few years ago, I found Yossi Arefi‘s recipe and I – mistakenly 

S’mores Tart

S’mores Tart

Friends, hello. How are you? I hope this post finds you well wrapped up against the autumnal winds. There is a near constant haze of drizzle outside our windows lately, and I’ve been battling it the best way I know how: baking. Breads, cheesecakes, ice-creams, 

Roasted Pecan Apple Pie with Cinnamon Crumble; A Quarantine Pie

Roasted Pecan Apple Pie with Cinnamon Crumble; A Quarantine Pie

Sweet, sweet friends – hi! Thanks for stopping by for today’s recipe: Roasted Pecan Apple Pie with Cinnamon Crumble. Today marks the 15th day of our Covid-19 induced self-isolation. For the most part, we’re doing pretty fine. We’re keeping busy, trying to limit the number of 

Pumpkin Pie Crumble Bars

Pumpkin Pie Crumble Bars

Hi friends! I hope today’s post finds you cozy & warm – it’s bloody freezing out there! I don’t know about where you are, but here in Dublin it feels like it could start snowing at any second. There’s frost on the grass in the 

Salted Maple Pie

Salted Maple Pie

Do you remember way back in November’s Monthly Musings post when I told you I was “low-key obsessed” with a new cookbook, Sister Pie? That was a lie. I was – and still am – much more obsessed than what could ever be described as “low-key”. 

Pear Spice Cake with Brown Butter & Dark Chocolate

Pear Spice Cake with Brown Butter & Dark Chocolate

Friends, hello! I’m sharing a cake today that is very close to my heart: Pear Spice Cake with Brown Butter Frosting & Dark Chocolate Drip. Every year, right around the beginning of Autumn, I make this Pear Spice Cake. It’s a welcoming ritual of sorts, 

Cider Caramel Apple Pie

Cider Caramel Apple Pie

I know what you’re thinking: more pie? Can’t she even go four posts before blogging about pie again?  Well, it would seem that I can’t. Having said that, this isn’t just any pie – this is a cider caramel apple pie from Erin’s fabulous book ‘The 

The Dough Diaries: Easy Cinnamon Rolls

The Dough Diaries: Easy Cinnamon Rolls

Friends, welcome! I have two exciting things to share today & I can hardly wait! Firstly, this is the start of a new series in which I try to use up my fast expiring yeast. Every venture needs a catchy nickname, & ours has the 

Salted Caramel Apple Pie

Salted Caramel Apple Pie

Now that the Pumpkin Pie post is out of the way, we can finally talk about pie that actually tastes as good as it looks. Hallelujah! Welcome to part three of the apple fest, friends! Like all good things, it’s salted and pumped full of autumnal 

Rustic Apple Cake

Rustic Apple Cake

Welcome to part two of the apple fest! Part one saw us making some Apple Spiced Doughnuts, and this time I bring you cake! Glorious Rustic Apple Cake. It originally started as ‘Cinnamon Apple Cake with Browned Butter Frosting’, but thankfully I realised I needed a 

Spiced Apple Doughnuts

Spiced Apple Doughnuts

Well, I warned you in my last post, but I have a hell of a lot of apple bakes coming your way. First up: Spiced Apple Doughnuts. I really tried to stay away from my usual apple bakes, because there’s already a lot of apple 

Pecan Pie

Pecan Pie

Here’s a secret that I probably shouldn’t tell: I made this Pecan Pie all the way back in April. The April that was six months ago. When the sun was starting to shine & make everything a bit warmer, I began dreaming about Autumn. Cozy 

Brown Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies with Pecans

Brown Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies with Pecans

Have you ever heard of Bloomsday? If you don’t live in Ireland, the chances are slim. Every year on June 16th, people dress up to relive the events that occur in James Joyce’s novel, Ulysses. I work in one of the coastal towns mentioned in