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Sugar Christmas Tree

Posted by on Dec 19, 2013 in Cake Decorating, Candies, Candy, Tutorials, Videos | 0 comments

Sugar Christmas Tree

I just had to share this fun and life-like Christmas tree piped with royal icing (including the ornaments)! Literally the entire tree including the drying time in between the leaves and the ornaments took 30 minutes, yet these christmas trees have a wow factor. After spending hours creating the royal icing filigree trees for the Colorado Wonderland cake, Sydney and I wanted to construct Christmas trees that anyone could recreate without too much practice. These Christmas trees would be perfect for a cake or a large cupcake. Even by themselves on your Christmas table with an edible...

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Glacé Fruit Tutorial

Posted by on Dec 15, 2013 in Candies, Candy, Tutorials | 0 comments

Glacé Fruit Tutorial

Glacé fruit is no ordinary gift, it takes at least 3 days to properly candied the citrus fruit, however the succulent taste is well worth the effort. Purchasing glacé fruit can cost at least $60.00 for 2 pounds, therefore when the recipient of the glacé fruit receives your homemade candied fruit they feel honored. It has become a holiday tradition to prepare glacé citrus (mostly lemons and oranges) in our home. We beautifully package the treasured candied fruit, and give them to the specialist of friends. I have found a crock pot with setting for temperature is the easiest and most...

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Candied Spice Nuts

Posted by on Dec 5, 2013 in Candies, Candy, Creations, Home, Tutorials | 2 comments

Candied Spice Nuts

Every year I am asked if I have an easy and economical recipe for holiday gift giving. Most people want to give a small gift to their milkman, post person, tutors et cetera to show appreciation. Candied spice nuts are perfect. You can package them up  in a personalized bag, little clear glass bottles with cork closures, or a hexagon with a custom label from your home printer with a pretty ribbon. A wonderful site to find fun jars is SKS. To add a little unique touch to your packaging of choice add the homemade recipe on a seasonal card printed from your printer. Holiday Candied Spiced...

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Cherry Blossom Fortune Cupcakes

Posted by on Jan 23, 2013 in Cake Decorating, Cakes, Candies, Cupcakes, photography, Tutorials | 8 comments

Cherry Blossom Fortune Cupcakes

Sydney started noticing personalized fortune cookies and thought it might be fun if we created fondant fortune cookies with a gumpaste personalized message. I thought it would be perfect to add cherry blossoms gumpaste flowers  with  cherry blossom flavored cupcakes. As I have written prior, cherry blossoms are a major part of D.C. history. Sydney and I FaceTime and Skyped this post together, I must admit it was hilarious to watch us trying to figure the structure of the  fortune cookie over the internet (D.F. was in tears from laughing). There were a few times Sydney became dizzy from my...

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Apple Cider Cupcakes with Acorns and Oak Leaves

Posted by on Nov 21, 2012 in Cake Decorating, Cakes, Candies, Family Hour, Tutorials | 4 comments

Apple Cider Cupcakes with Acorns and Oak Leaves

This year for our Thanksgiving  Sydney and I thought Apple Cider cupcakes with gumpaste acorns and oaks leaves would be fun and festive place tags that will adorn our table! Apple cider starts the holiday, once you begin to see gallons of it in the food stores you can’t help but start thinking of the festivities. Thanksgiving is the first  of the holiday meals, family and friends gather together, while cooking, baking, and of course eating! Sydney and I wait all year to host Thanksgiving at our home, and we try to show our appreciation for our guests with special edible place...

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Just in Time for Autumn Mini Pumpkin Bundt Cakes

Posted by on Oct 24, 2012 in Cakes, Candies, Family Hour, French Macarons, Fruit Desserts, Tutorials | 2 comments

Just in Time for Autumn Mini Pumpkin Bundt Cakes

This time of year pumpkins and gourds are everywhere; we plan trips to arboretums to find that perfect pumpkin worthy of carving and placing on or near the front porch. I vividly remember carpooling a car of excited three and four year olds for their first arboretum. Sydney and her friend’s energetic excitement  became contagious and exhilarating; we began going each year as a family.  Sydney and I were reminiscing our Autumn arboretum ritual and thought creating mini pumpkin shaped bundt cakes, orange flavored, would be a great way to honor a sweet memory and have a delicious...

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Daffodil Cupcakes, for a Sweet Wedding

Posted by on Sep 29, 2012 in Cakes, Candies, Gluten Free, Tutorials | 2 comments

Daffodil Cupcakes, for a Sweet Wedding

Sydney and I were asked to create Daffodil cupcakes for a wedding, the daffodil happens to be the bride’s favorite flower.The bride, Tara wanted cupcakes in lieu of a traditional wedding cake, I must admit this was the first wedding Sydney and I prepared cupcakes for as an alternative to a cake. I suggested we in conjunction with the cupcakes create a small cake for the bride and groom to cut and feed each other the traditional bite. Tara loved the idea! A few little guide lines to help your daffodils be a success: Always prepare extra due to how fragile the dry gumpaste becomes...

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Orchids for Sydney

Posted by on Sep 5, 2012 in Cake Decorating, Candies, Family Hour, featured, Gluten Free, Tutorials | 2 comments

Orchids for Sydney

If you’re familiar with my blog you know each member of are little family unit has a birthday week; 2 weeks ago it was Sydney’s 20th birthday. She requested a very special cake decorated with gumpaste Butterfly Orchids; I was so excited to be creating this special “Sydney cake” with her. Butterfly Orchids have a very special place in her heart, and she wanted sugar paste butterfly orchids to adorn her cake (the cake will be continued on another post). I had ordered butterfly orchid cutters and veiners when the summer began, I thought I was prepared to teach her how to...

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Oh My More Guimauves, Cherry Blossom- Strawberry Marshmallows

Posted by on Aug 29, 2012 in Candies, Candy, Gluten Free, Tutorials | 7 comments

Oh My More Guimauves, Cherry Blossom- Strawberry Marshmallows

Sydney introduced me to cherry blossom flavor in late March; since that moment we have been experimenting using the extract and sugars in a plethora of recipes. Over this past weekend Sydney suggested we try cherry blossom marshmallows, however the flower blooms during the spring months. I am blessed to have the extract from a dear friend, who goes to Japan often, but I needed a little dehydrated powder. Strawberries are not only in season now, but gloriously huge, a fusion was in order. The flavor combination was powerfully delicious. Both Sydney and I were enthusiastically  surprised not...

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Daisies for a Baby Shower

Posted by on Aug 9, 2012 in Cake Decorating, Cakes, Candies, featured, Home, Inspirational, Tutorials | 0 comments

Daisies for a Baby Shower

Piping daisies for years has been my nemesis, this past weekend I was asked to create royal icing daisies decorations for cupcakes, for a baby shower. I must admit I thought of trying to talk the expectant mother into another royal icing flower or fondant daisies. I was explaining the situation to Sydney, as I was justifying changing the flower Sydney called me out. She not only was disappointed with my attitude, but convinced me I had the ability to pipe daisies. The cupcakes and royal icing were sitting on the counter ready to be decorated. The petal tips, bags, and icing nails were all...

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Pansy Garden

Posted by on Aug 1, 2012 in Candies, Cookies and brownies, Tutorials | 6 comments

Pansy Garden

I had been waiting to experiment with a technique I had read about, but had not had the opportunity  to work with, when Sydney and I were approached to create an edible party favor for a six year old’s birthday. The birthday theme was pansies. Lighting bolt: what could be more perfect than a pansy garden, a sugar cookie pansy garden? With bright beautiful colors and the elegant simplicity of pansies, the cookie blooms into an eye catching delight! The technique requires working with two or more colored icings in one pastry bag, placing the colors strategically in a specific order to...

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Butterfly Lavender Cupcakes, Two Kind of Techniques

Posted by on Jul 11, 2012 in Candies, Cookies and brownies, Tutorials | 7 comments

Butterfly Lavender Cupcakes, Two Kind of Techniques

I seem to find myself in a more relaxed state during the long warm summer months. Sydney and I find time to lay in the sun and catch up on our lives. Although we are blessed to work together with an “occasional” lunch, Sydney’s life is busy with friends and preparing herself to transfer across the country to another university, and I am busy preparing pastry classes and scheduling our clients. The alluring sunshine with summer sounds of a light breeze blowing through the grass and butterflies fluttering on aromatic flowers propels my senses to relax and take a a break. While...

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Tiger Lily Gumpaste Flowers

Posted by on Jun 13, 2012 in Candies, General Information, Gluten Free, Home, Tutorials | 10 comments

Tiger Lily Gumpaste Flowers

Tiger Lilies are romantic, amorous, and mysterious; perfect for wedding cakes. Weddings give off a feeling of enchantment, the bride feels as if she is a princesses for one beautiful day. The air of mystery seems to enthrall the couple the next day; unsure what the next twenty years will bring. Tiger Lilies are beautiful and full of pride. So it is apropos that many brides choose them for their wedding cake decor. Creating them out of gum paste gives an illusion of realness and elegance. Mastering the technique takes time, patience, and an understanding of the flower. The center is composed...

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Royal Icing and Piping Flowers

Posted by on May 29, 2012 in Candies, Gluten Free, Tutorials | 5 comments

Royal Icing and Piping Flowers

Royal icing can change an ordinary cake into an extraordinary cake with a little patience and a good royal icing recipe. Sydney and I thought piped cherry blossoms would be beautiful on our cherry blossom cake (recipe for cake to come). We colored about half of the icing with rose pink and stripe frilled the other half with the same color; the difference between the two methods is one will color the entire icing while the other allows only the edges of flower to be colored as shown above.  Sydney thought since the cherry blossoms color ranges from white to a deep pink, the cake would have...

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Oh My Guimaves, Key lime Pie Marshmallows

Posted by on Apr 29, 2012 in Candies, Gluten Free, Home | 3 comments

Oh My Guimaves, Key lime Pie Marshmallows

It is 3:00 a.m and the sandman skipped dusting me, I am unable to fall asleep. After tossing and turning telling myself I need to sleep; I give up and head toward the kitchen. Unsure what culinary delight I will start with, I open the pantry for inspiration. To my delight the first ingredient my eye spies is dehydrated key lime powder! Sydney and I had just baked a batch of Key Lime Pies Macarons, and to honest I am not in the mood to wait the 60 minutes before I can place them in the oven. My brain screams, “Bob” marshmallows ( the entire procedure from measuring to clean-up is...

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Spicy Chocolate Caramel-Apple Cups

Posted by on Mar 28, 2012 in Candies, Gluten Free, Home, x | 1 comment

Spicy Chocolate Caramel-Apple Cups

Tastes like chocolate covered carmel apples This is the fifth year Sydney and I have created Easter Baskets for clients; our chocolate carmel cups are one of top 5 requests for the baskets. This is year we thought we would add a spring to the cups. With the addition of  apple flavoring to the carmel, cinnamon and cayenne pepper to the chocolate, a knew amazing cup was born. One of my favorite techniques for developing recipes is to begin with a popular, successful recipe, brainstorm how we may change some of the ingredients with Sydney, and invent an entirely new...

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Behind the Mother and Daughter Team

Posted by on Jan 11, 2012 in Candies, Family Hour, Home | 1 comment

Behind the Mother and Daughter Team

Normally Bobbie writes the posts that are published on Bobbie’s Baking Blog, however, today I am going to be writing a post. As long as I can remember I have been in the kitchen with my mom, we have had so much fun learning to create new treats for the special people in our lives. As my life transitioned from teenager to adulthood I have had the opportunity to share my feelings with my mom, and even when I thought I couldn’t overcome an issue that was happening in my life my mom was there to help me and encourage me. I am very close to my mom, I count her as one of my friends, and...

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Cassis-Cherry Marshmallows, a New Flavor for a New Year

Posted by on Jan 4, 2012 in Candies, Home, x | 5 comments

Cassis-Cherry Marshmallows, a New Flavor for a New Year

This past December Sydney and I created a heavenly Very Cherry Berry Coffee drink. As I sipped on my warm delicious spirited coffee I asked Sydney if she thought we might be able to turn the flavor into a Dreammallow (the marshmallows are so light they taste like a dream). We played around with cherry, red, and black current flavors; the Cassis-Cherry Marshmallows were born. Sydney and I felt like “mad” scientists in the kitchen testing combinations of flavors. Whenever Sydney and I are testing new recipes we have a brilliant time together. While we are playing (testing) recipes...

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Growth, Change, and The “Sweetness” of Life

Posted by on Jan 1, 2012 in Candies, Gluten Free, Home, Inspirational, x | 1 comment

Growth, Change, and The “Sweetness” of Life

As the New Year’s Eve Night approaches I find myself reflecting on the past 12 months and realizing even through the toughest times there was joy. I’ve written only one line and my phone started ringing..It was my 98 year old grandma wishing me and my family a Happy New Year. What a wonderful blessing to have my grandma still with us and willing to share her rich history; she watched the stock market on the 3rd of September reach a record high only to come crashing down on Thursday the 24th of October with a decline of 21%. She helped her family during the toughest times in the...

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White Truffles with Cassis-Framboise Ganache, Baby Let It Snow

Posted by on Dec 21, 2011 in Candies, Home, x | 3 comments

White Truffles with Cassis-Framboise Ganache, Baby Let It Snow

Truffles are one of my favorite guilty pleasures; in fact Sydney was barely walking when she had her first truffle. She adored the truffles so much she shared a truffle with my closest nephew. She proclaimed they were to die for and he must try one. My nephew, who was three at the time, announced wide eyed he loved them and now was going to die soon. It took Sydney and I a few moments to finally realize he believed that the delectable truffle was going to cause him to pass on. It took hours of explaining it was a metaphorical description, and he was not only going to be fine, but have more...

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Happy Chanukah Marble Bark

Posted by on Dec 20, 2011 in Candies, Home, x | 1 comment

Happy Chanukah Marble Bark

For eight nights the celebration of Chanukah will last, each night a special prayer will be said as the candles are lit. There are total of nine candles, the Shamash is to light the eight candles  known as the festival of lights, beginning on the 25th day of the Jewish month of  Kisley (the ninth month in the Jewish calendar marks New Year’s in the beginning of November/December. Each night a candle is added; the first night the Shamash is the candle used to light the first candle from right to left, which will burn to the end of the candle. The second night the Shamash is used to...

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Holiday Black and White Bark, Sweet We Have Snow Too

Posted by on Dec 20, 2011 in Candies, Home, x | 0 comments

Holiday Black and White Bark, Sweet We Have Snow Too

Holiday time is filled with glistening lights, beautifully decorated towns, and inviting city streets. It also happens to be the time Sydney and I raise the baking bar; it is the time of year we spend hours upon hours designing exquisite desserts that challenge the years past. It is competitively fun. I will let you in on a family secret; Sydney and DF claim I am extremely completive (against myself). However I will never accept it. I am a true definition of an oxymoron I believe that I am ambitious, but could care less about the competition. Sydney and I create precious gift boxes for...

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Glacé Whole Oranges

Posted by on Dec 16, 2011 in Candies, Fruit Desserts, Home | 17 comments

Glacé Whole Oranges

I have always wanted to create the delicate glacé whole orange; the correct and proper instructions seem to be a vaulted secret. There is a wonderful confectionery market in Nice France, The Confiserie Florian; they have almost every type of glacé fruit and maroons glacés(candied chestnuts) each piece is more extraordinary than the other. So it was no surprise Sydney and I wanted to recreate the magic for Christmas. After about 4 trial and errors (we started our experiment on November 1st) we finally developed a a glacé that we were proud of, I cannot mislead you The Confiserie Florian...

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Thanksgiving Countdown, Candied Spicy Nuts

Posted by on Nov 21, 2011 in Candies, Home, x | 2 comments

Thanksgiving Countdown, Candied Spicy Nuts

Many years ago, about fifteen to be precise, Sydney and I began preparing a special treat bag to hand out to our family and friends that have joined us in our Thanksgiving celebration. I love the look in each person’s eyes when they realize Sydney and I have carefully packaged a special “goodie bag,” they feel special and appreciated. In all honesty the idea originated from past birthday parties and gifts we handed out to grade school children; are we not all children at heart? This year we choose Candied Spicy Nuts, last year we treated our guests with black and white...

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I am Sending Cranberry-Pomegranate Meringue Kisses

Posted by on Nov 8, 2011 in Candies, Home, x | 4 comments

I am Sending Cranberry-Pomegranate Meringue Kisses

I planned to write a journey of DF’s birthday week of treats, however last evening we spent the night, as a family, talking and catching-up long after the meal ended. I wanted the night to remain special to DF; I tend to be a workaholic (as is DF). Lately I observed more hours are spent working then ever before; I wonder if some how we are missing an important element, the uniqueness of the family unit. I realized we had not enjoyed each other’s company since our vacation, in June/July. DF was smitten with the Cranberry-Pomegranate Marshmallow flavor and color; Sydney and I put...

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Oh Marshmallow, Oh Marshmallow, How do I Love Thee Taste

Posted by on Nov 2, 2011 in Candies, Gluten Free, Home, x | 5 comments

Oh Marshmallow, Oh Marshmallow, How do I Love Thee Taste

With Halloween finished and Thanksgiving peering around the corner, the aroma of apple cider is in the air, fresh cranberries and pomegranates are popping on the shelves in grocery stores. In fact some places are already putting out Christmas decorations. A mammoth pet peeve of mine, it seems you go to sleep the evening of Halloween, and awake the next morning to the christmas season. I have actually heard people proclaiming Halloween is the start of the Christmas Holiday. I would love to have a year where the retailers allow us to enjoy each holiday as it appears. Once again I have gone off...

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Trick or Treat, These Gift Bags are For You

Posted by on Oct 27, 2011 in Candies, Home, x | 2 comments

Trick or Treat, These Gift Bags are For You

As the Halloween weekend approaches and all the little princesses, snow whites, Elmos, batmans, princes, and Lighting Mcqueens costumes are hanging in anticipation for the one night, the cute children/ or grown-ups still wanting to be a child are encouraged to ask for sweet treats. Yes, there are those who will give raisins or carrots with dressing, but mostly yummy candy are placed in a sack after going door to door. Sydney and I for years have baked exquisite treats for the special children and family members in our lives. I must admit we have never put together a treat bag filled with...

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Creepy Crawling Halloween Truffle Creatures

Posted by on Oct 26, 2011 in Candies, Home, x | 2 comments

Creepy Crawling Halloween Truffle Creatures

I am going to take a moment to show you what I woke up to this morning, and due to the drastic drop in the barometric pressure I have a migraine. Thank goodness chocolate has caffeine and caffeine helps migraines…guess what I am snacking on… While dipping the the Dulce de Leche truffles, Sydney and I thought we would turn about a third  into truffle pops. Once the lollipop sticks were in place Sydney thought the kids would have fun if we turned them into spiders, but we could not find black rope licorice  so they are crawling creatures (I think they are cuter anyway). Creatures...

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Trick or Truffle, Halloween Chocolate Coated Dulce de Leche Truffles

Posted by on Oct 25, 2011 in Candies, Home, x | 3 comments

Trick or Truffle, Halloween Chocolate Coated Dulce de Leche Truffles

I mentioned in the last post  this week has had a rocky start, to say the least, I wish I could report that it has leveled a bit, however today was pretty chaotic as well, a snow storm has decided to visit us, every appointment we had today ran 15 minutes late, and DF ‘s plane was delayed over an hour, due to operations which always causes me to worry. We found out the woman who was responsible for the car accident yesterday had been intoxicated and uninsured. On a positive note Sydney only dislocated a few ribs, painful yes,but minor considering. I have seemed to gone off the truffle...

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The Halloween Count Down, Homemade Chocolate Candies

Posted by on Oct 24, 2011 in Candies, Home, x | 0 comments

The Halloween Count Down, Homemade Chocolate Candies

  “What a week I’m having” and it is only Monday. I had my entire week organized in order to have all my last minute Halloween treats finished and delivered (plus the DMBLGIT). The day began well, Sydney and I even had a chance to meet for lunch, baking went well. DF at the last minute needed to fly to Boston, okay I’m used to him traveling, then it happened. Sydney ran to the mall to grab a few accessories for food photos, we were almost home. I was looking at Sydney, she was driving, I saw the car next to her, but as the car on her driver side moved towards...

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Sunday Round-Up, A Preview

Posted by on Oct 23, 2011 in Cakes, Candies, Home, x | 1 comment

Sunday Round-Up, A Preview

Welcome to Sydney and Bobbie’s Sunday Round-Up. What is Sunday Round-Up? It is a preview to all the delicious treats we are going to post throughout this week. This is what will be happening at Bobbie’s Baking Blog this coming week: Chocolate handmade leafs, acorns, and pumpkin candies. Truffles with a chocolate hard shell outside and an amazing  ganache inside. Tempering Chocolate to perfection. Unbelievable Chocolate Spiders. Sugar cookies looking into different techniques to decorating. Halloween Marshmallows. Meringue ghouls and ghosts. Pumpkin shaped cakes. All leading up to...

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Wicked Boolicious Chocolate Cup

Posted by on Oct 8, 2011 in Candies, Home, x | 8 comments

Wicked Boolicious Chocolate Cup

Rum Caramel Cups have to be the most sought after dessert in our household; Sydney knows if she doesn’t count her half and hide them in the refrigerator DF will eat the entire batch. We generally have them throughout the year, but during the holidays, especially during Halloween we have dozens more on hand. Sydney claims they’re addictive. One year I thought it would be brilliant to prepare half carmel and half peanut butter; I quickly found my idea was not met with the same excitement, in fact the opposite occurred. Sydney and I have a Halloween ritual of preparing treat bags for...

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Sweet and Treat; Halloween Candy

Posted by on Sep 17, 2011 in Candies, Home, x | 1 comment

Sweet and Treat; Halloween Candy

I was in the grocery store the other day, I saw rows and rows of Halloween Candy, by this time in the season is to expected. However, as I turned to round the next isle I could believe my green eyes; Christmas Candy. I absolutely adore Christmas time, but not in September. The official day summer we set for the last time in 2011 is the 23 of September. Children need to be able to enjoy each season and holiday they celebrate. I am not the first person to feel Christmas has become commercialized, a merchandising commodity, but I want  to concentrate on Halloween right now. Since Sydney was a...

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Last Days of Summer, Sydney is Still Holding on to Seashells

Posted by on Sep 7, 2011 in Candies, Home, x | 5 comments

Last Days of Summer, Sydney is Still Holding on to Seashells

As I have more than mentioned I ADORE summer; it seems incidental as I write this blog the weather has already changed. The air is cool, damp, and starting to feel crisp. I know there will still be the 85 degree days, but all the romance of summer has all but ended. We wanted to create the ultimate artistic pastry to our admiration for the passing summer. This summer began with DF and I renewing our wedding vows on a  Caribbean adventure, as  Sydney took the responsibilities to be maid of honor. I can still smell the ocean, taste the Mia Tias, feel the warm sun, and bring myself back to a...

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I’d Do Anything For You, My Little Framboise Dreammallow

Posted by on Aug 31, 2011 in Candies, Home, x | 6 comments

I’d Do Anything For You, My Little Framboise Dreammallow

Sydney and I share the same weaknesses for marshmallows (dreammallows as we call them), NCIS and the “Dawn” duck commercial. Law of averages the “Dawn” commercial must air about five times when we watch an NCIS episode together; without a doubt we are both touched and always say the same thing to each other each time the commercial comes on while watching the television . Coincidentally Monday we were craving marshmallows, we decided to create Raspberry-Vanilla Dreammallows while watching NCIS, and the “Dawn” commercial aired. Sydney looked at me as she...

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Framboise Meringue Marshmallow Cookies

Posted by on Jan 31, 2011 in Candies, Home, x | 35 comments

Framboise Meringue Marshmallow Cookies

The other day I was surprised with a large brown package, my husband had brought home from his office. I immediately thought what is DF working on now? Well the “joke” was on me, the package was mine. I had forgotten I ordered these new pans and mats. Sydney took the box, efficiently opened it and began to check the pieces in, while I impatiently grabbed the pans to begin baking. I felt like it was my birthday  and I needed to play with all my new toys at once. Thankful Sydney brought me back down to reality, organized everything, and we finally began...

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Mini Chocolate Rum Caramel Cups

Posted by on Jan 16, 2011 in Candies, Home, x | 68 comments

Mini Chocolate Rum Caramel Cups

A few nights past I had a chocolate cup graving so desperately, if I didn’t know better I would have thought I was pregnant. Since that is physically impossible I begged Sydney to help me create  a coupe dozen. It wasn’t that hard to convince her since she loves them also. The chocolate rum cups are fairly easy to make, the most tedious step is brushing the melted bittersweet chocolate on the mini cupcake silicone liners. We began with the chocolate; you will need at least 3 separate layers of the chocolate. The method involves melting the...

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Happy Holiday’s Candied Fruit

Posted by on Dec 8, 2010 in Candies, Fruit Desserts, Home, x | 149 comments

Happy Holiday’s Candied Fruit

It is my favorite time of the year, which I am sure has been said and sung about a zillion times in the past, however it really is my favorite time of the year. Generally the air has gone from crisp to chilly, the “Uggs” are awaken for a long awaited appearance, the smell of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and citrus is in the air. That is how the idea of candying a whole citrus fruits began, I yearly create candy zest from citrus fruit for recipes and gifts. This year I wanted to try an entire citrus fruit, sounds easy right? Actually NO.. there is very little information on the method...

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HALLOWEEN TREATS NO TRICKS

Posted by on Oct 24, 2010 in Candies, Home, x | 61 comments

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I just love Halloween; and why not?  What other time can you knock on a door and be treated with a sweet goody? Of course it really is not as safe as it was when I was little, in fact Sydney only ever “trick or treated” with friends in our neighborhood or at school parties, which is why every year I go NUTS baking homemade candy, cookies, cupcakes and cakes, you get the idea. This year I thought it would be different, Sydney being away at school in Illinois, but she transferred back, so the baking began a while ago. She actually helped me with Pinktober and walked “The...

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The Vanilla Bean

Posted by on Sep 10, 2010 in Cakes, Candies, French Macarons, Home, x | 31 comments

The Vanilla Bean

Vanilla Pods I just adore those almost black, tacky, fragrant, delicious and “O” so versatile pod. The minute I take one out of it’s glass holder the vanilla pod becomes an irresistible aromatic party for my senses: the look, the smell (of course), and the taste. The enticement to gently squeeze the pod and bring it close enough to my nose to capture it’s bouquet is over whelming. When Sydney and I bake or cook the entire pod is used, nothing goes to waste. The skins are steeped or roasted in the oven and those little jewels, the seeds, are integrated with what ever we...

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Being Tart..Guimauves au Citron

Posted by on Jun 19, 2010 in Candies, Home, x | 1 comment

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With a love of lemon, yuzu, and limes I decided it was time to create a very tart lemon marshmallow. I thought for sure it would just be a special treat for me. Well to my surprise many people not only loved them, but wanted more. Just to make them a extra special we added some limoncello, maybe that is the reason for their popularity. In fact my daughter, Sydney, could not get enough of them. she normally is a chocolateholic. I guess it is a good thing that we love creating marshmallows and they are so easy! This little duck matched the color...

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Memorial Guimauves Marshmallows

Posted by on Jun 1, 2010 in Candies, Home, x | 0 comments

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I could could eat Marshmallows ( Giuvaves) daily i just love the feel, texture, and of course taste. Sydney and I create an array of different flavor marshmallows. In this picture Guimauves à la framboise. An amazing Framboise taste lighter then air! These beauties are Dreammallows of Grand Marnier. They melt in yur mouth and leave you wanting more. Lemony Giant marshmallows tart and sweet YUM! We have designed lime, yuzu, green tea, strawberry, and many more. With a love of lemon, yuzu, and limes I decided it was time to create a very tart lemon marshmallow. I thought for sure it...

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