Posts tagged ‘glaze’

April 16th, 2013

Lemony Poppy Seed Scones {with Sweet Vanilla Glaze}

by Chrissy

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One word. Zesty.

These little scones are zesty. And they have the perfect balance of sweetness.

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They are buttery and lemony tidbits of joy, glazed with a sweet vanilla drizzle. These scones are perfect for tea parties, brunches, breakfast, or a slightly sweet & sinful treat, just because.

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I love making treats for people. Nothing can beat the smile that is received, in return. Sharing homemade goods really spreads the love, and also maybe the calories, but who cares? … Read more...

January 11th, 2013

Clementine Maple Glaze {with Pork Tenderloin}

by Chrissy

Fragrant, zesty, tart and sweet. This glaze has it all.

Last Friday we posted the first of two mandarin recipes. The Satsuma Sunset Cocktail highlighted the Satstuma Mandarin.

Besides the fact that it was a cocktail, it was loaded with complementing, sweet flavors and our friends (the taste-testers) loved it. The vodka was pleasantly masked, which could have been a potential issue if we were really thirsty…

This citrus recipe, highlighting the Clementine Mandarin, is a little more … Read more...

May 22nd, 2011

Balsamic Glazed Red Potatoes

by Chrissy

Congrats to Rachel from Bakerita, she won the two giveaway tickets for San Diego’s Taste of Little Italy! The event is this Wednesday, May 25, and we encourage all of the locals to get out there for a fun and tatsy night out on the town. Seriously, it will be so much fun.



Good news, people, Balsamic Glazed Potatoes are the perfect complement to any entree, especially  for Rosemary Crusted Lamb with Cabernet Wine Sauce. … Read more...

May 8th, 2011

Strawberries ‘n’ Cream Scones

by Chrissy


Everyone loves scones. Even if they don’t think that they do, they are lying. They have to be. Now, the thing about scones is that they are, unfortunately, stuck with the stereotype of being dry, slightly sweetened biscuits. Emphasis on the DRY.


In my opinion, the only scones that ever really fit this stereotype are ones that come from places like Starbucks. Even the little Two-Bite Scones from TJ’s seem a little on the overly-sweetened and dry … Read more...