At Cherry Park Elementary School 5th grade marked the entrance to the gates of musical exploration. I chose the trombone; secretly I loved it! I loved how after playing it made your lips swell up like inflated nightcrawlers, not to mention the vibration from the mouth piece onto your lips. I loved how slippery the … Read moreA Simple Request Please
Tune in tonight: 7:35 pmCable access channel – 21To watch the first episode of…Fahrenheit 350°: The Temperature At Which Sweets HappenComplete TV Schedule CastBaker: Catherine Olson (that’s me!)Producer: Mike Reese P.S. Wait for the credits to end…
Typically, I share. But not when it comes to Angel Food Fairy Cake. I want every piece, every sliver, every crumb – always. So when I’m not eating Angel Food Cake with delicious fondue, or underneath a thin blanket of a sugar water glaze, I’m eating it with sliced strawberries!
A wonderful friend of mine, Chelsea, gave me a set of adorable forked fondue skewers a few years ago for my birthday… …so when I spotted these lovely little utensils in my kitchen drawer I knew exactly what to make for dessert! Cake: Angel FoodDipping: Cream Cheese and Toasted Coconut Fondue Tom and Lucy’s Art … Read moreFondue for Angels
Every once in a while my husband and I attempt to perform a body cleanse. It’s a wicked three day process of combining starvation and drinking liquid muck, at least that is what I call any form of wheat grass. My sister compels me to try the Lemonade Cleanse, but it doesn’t sound very dreadful, … Read moreFood Appreciation
We have been known to throw a couple of pretty sensational parties in our day – all with the same theme: J.J. Abrams. Lost is easily and profoundly, not only the most intelligent television show to air to date, but it is disturbingly entertaining. I possess a compulsory addiction to Lost. I have expelled my … Read moreCompulsory Addictions