Saturday, August 4, 2012

Back From Vacation!

Hello Goddesses! You have been missed! I got back from vacation in Massachusetts a couple of days ago.  After a couple of days of settling back in, I thought I'd share a few things with you.  First,  I want to say Happy Birthday to Decadent Publishing! There are some awesome people that work there!

And now, here are a few photos from my trip.

The beautiful Tobin Bridge in Boston:

THEN! My friend Renee took me to this awesome bakery in Winthrop, MA! Twin Bakery on Revere Street.  The most awesome man runs this bakery.  If I understand the story correctly, he and his twin opened the bakery YEARS ago! Everything is made from scratch and is DELICIOUS! Prices are AMAZING!  One of the scrumptious goodies we bought was a Napoleon. Totally melt in your mouth, almost as good as sex, dreaminess! (And yes! I am looking for the best recipe to share with y'all for this wonderful dessert)

Phyllo dough, Boston Cream, chocolate cream and shear dreaminess!  Fresh baked breads, Fresh raviolis sold by the dozen!

So, I found a treasure and you will all be getting some great recipes from it! It's an oldie but a goody (as the old saying goes).  I found this one in a used book store on the $1.00 shelves.  *Shaking my head* The things some people don't want any more!
I fell in love with this book the minute I picked it up! Wait until you see some of the recipes I have to share with you!

I had a blast! Missed you all dearly!

Also, please check out (and follow me if you wish) my other blog Goddesses and Gorgeous Beads

I've branched out to hopefully begin selling some of the stuff I create (at least so that I can keep purchasing new beads *winks*)

Keep Reading & Baking Goddesses!


Anonymous said...

Ahhhh, these photos made me homesick! I'm from upstate NY on the Sacandage a beautiful lake and lots of woods around. Thanks for stopping by and taking time to comment on my blog. Much appreciated and doubly so from a fellow solitary. I'm going to tell my daughter about this blog. She is a voracious reader (the apple does not fall far from the tree) and I think she will enjoy it. Blessed Be~

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