mac·a·ron – a small round cake with a meringue-like consistency, made with egg whites, sugar, and powdered almonds and consisting of two halves sandwiching a creamy filling.
It’s no secret – I love to try new recipes. I constantly find myself “pinning” dips, cookies, apps – you name it, I’ve got a pin board for it. Go ahead, check it out. See? It’s a bit of an obsession.
The holidays are a time for fun, family and…FOOD. Whether you like it not, temptation is all around you. So, either you embrace it, or wind up severely depriving yourself of a good time. The choice is yours. Me? I’m embracing it. Life is short!
Pop quiz! What’s better than caramel, apples and cinnamon in the fall? Answer: nothing! Seriously though, the combination is a classic warmer weather combo, and one that I just can’t get enough of. My recent post highlighting Fireball Cider Jell-O Shots, is proof of that!
If you’re a twenty or thirty-something, it’s almost a sure bet that if you threw a party at your house, you were left with a bottle (or some remnants) of Fireball Whiskey. For whatever reason, it’s become one of those classic party staples. (I’m still trying to figure out why, to be honest…)