5 cookies that resist cancel culture

Before 2016, when an opinion was unpalatable, people parted ways in civil disagreement. Today we have cancel culture.  This alarming trend attempts to stomp out anyone, or anything, that may not align with limited world views. Unfortunately, cancel culture has catapulted to a point that does not allow for atonement. For example, spotless and sin-free cancel journalists trumpet the cause. They will search twitter for hours, unearthing scoops … Continue reading 5 cookies that resist cancel culture

Stuff about Bakers no one talks about

The tables of baked goods is something that many look forward to during the holidays. The smell of fresh cinnamon rolls can almost make you forget your troubles. Holiday baking brings out the best and the worst in bakers. But people are often too busy munching on delicious treats that they barely notice the latter. But I don’t ignore the weird stuff. During the holidays, … Continue reading Stuff about Bakers no one talks about

Before you bake ANYTHING for the office

With the Christmas holidays approaching, you will likely be doing more baking, or you are connected to someone who will. Cookies make great gifts and are delightful presents for co-workers. If you are newbie to baking, I am here to help you learn the golden rules of taking cookies to work, or anywhere else for that matter.  I have had one too many encounters with rogue … Continue reading Before you bake ANYTHING for the office

5 ways to handle snobs

I have dealt with my share of snobs, particularly, the mean girl snobs in high school who showed-off their family riches to the middle class kids. Highschool was temporary, so I was able to get over the disrespect quickly. However, once I met dessert snobs, I struggled to be the bigger person. In my opinion, cookie and dessert snobs are the worst types of snobs. … Continue reading 5 ways to handle snobs