the journey of a self-proclaimed foodie, a sweet tooth and two broccoli hating redheads
It's supposed to snow here tonight. This is the most times it's snowed where we live that I can remember. I hope school is not canceled tomorrow. My 4 and 5 year old worked hard on their Valentines and tomorrow is their parties. Writing your name 15 times is a lot of work! :)
Wow, we had been having snow every day here for a while and now it stopped. I kind of miss it. I'm the only one. I love snow.
We have so much snow!!! The kids have had 5 snow days this year so far. Way more than any other year. But we all love it!
It looks pretty much the same over here!Your brownies look delicious!Have a wonderful day!Hugs xxx
Oh yum! These look really delish!!!
This has been an awful winter for shure...I'm in the same boat wiht you...I have a christening coming up in may and all I've done this winter is cook!Thankfully the snow is finally melting and I can walk outside my house...I cannot wait for spring...the brownies look delicous by the way!Cheers~
I can't wait until the snow melts...I have more sweets planned for tomorrow.:)
Wow! I have not experience that much snow before. I can imagine I would also rather stick in the kitchen close by to the warm oven and tasting the sweet treat during this kind of weather. :-P
All I ever say over here is YUM! I need some new food adjectives! I realized today that I never see your Savory & Sweet posts in my reader, and guess why? I hadn't even subscribed yet. Wacky. I hate to miss anything food-related!! Hope you're surviving this winter. We already have a whole week tacked onto the end of the school year from all the snow days :( But spring is right around the corner!!! Have a fabulous weekend my sweet (and savory) friend!
Hi! I'm having a linky party over at my blog called A Themed Baker's Sunday which this weeks theme is cakes! If you have any cakes i would love for you to join! If not, come back nexxt Sunday to see our new theme!http://cupcakeapothecary.blogspot.com/2011/05/themed-bakers-sunday-6.htmlAlyssa