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wednesday links: fun food and craft finds and the National Building Museum maze

Here’s my oldest “lost” in the maze at the National Building Museum in Washington DC. The maze was built inside the museum and will stay until September 1st. My two loved it, “loved” being an understatement. We must have gone through it about ten times, and yet never memorized the path. Tickets to the maze […]



how to make chocolate coconut fondue to go (in minutes!)

Remember a bit back when I made these magic shell marshmallow pops? Well I had some of the chocolate-coconut mixture leftover. So it sat in the mason jar, covered with plastic wrap, on the kitchen counter for a few days. And I kept grabbing stuff to dip in it–pretzels, strawberries, bread–because the consistency was perfect […]



13 treats for summer, a Foodie roundup

For someone (me) who complains about the heat so much, I sure do have a lot of summer-themed treats on my blog. I guess it’s because summer creatures and the like lend themselves so well to being turned into cute edibles. So it wasn’t too difficult to come up with a summer dessert collection sponsored […]



cereal box straw charms

I’m kind of in love with this idea. Am I allowed to admit that? We need more self-love in the world. Or less of it, I forget which. But this is a simple, kid-friendly, practical party craft, so what’s not to love? My latest craft for Kix: Learn to make Cereal Box Straw Charms HERE. […]



drunken rainbow marshmallow pops (as in, vodka-dipped)

OK, super cool party people and anyone in the DC area who may come to my house for a happy hour in the near future, I have something I think you’ll like. Vodka dipped rainbow marshmallow pops. It’s a colorful cocktail and dessert in one, and on a stick no less. And sparkly. And rainbow. […]