WELCOMEI'm Stacy Altiery, the imagination behind InkSpot Workshop. I create fun and sparkly items for you to enjoy from my workshop in Atlanta, Georgia. When I'm not online you will find me hanging with my boys or cooking.... or eating something :)
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Each Christmas Eve we make my childhood favorite Thumbprint Cookies for Santa. He tells us they’re his absolute favorite :) I always double the recipe and use Seedless Black Raspberry Jam, YUM~Merry Christmas
Today I am showing you how to make a “not so typical” apple pie and this tradition was handed down to me by my “not so typical” great grandmother Emma Geiger LaGorin, of German descent. I was lucky enough to have my great grandmother alive and well until I was around 20 years old. I called her “great grandma on the farm” because…well… she lived on a farm of course!
Each visit to grandma on the farm’s house in rural Ohio, would begin with a huge dinner, farmer’s wife style. When we arrived and walked through the back door, instantly you would be welcomed by the smell of her fresh baked Sour Cream Apple Pie cooling in the pantry. I would rush through dinner just to get to this sweet, tangy, creamy pie! Till this day when I bake this pie I’m transported to grandma on the farm’s house.
Thanks for letting me go down memory lane with you today and share a recipe which is very near and dear to my heart. I hope this posting sparks a new tradition in your family for years to enjoy!Gather All Ingredients aka, Mise en place.
A little culinary lingo for you:)
(originally published February, 2012 can’t believe how small my now 8 year old looks compared to now)
Next week is the big day! The day for chocolate, hearts and most of all LOVE! This past weekend my 6 year old son and I took some time to make these yummy and super simple Valentine Chocolate Pretzel Bites for his Kindergarten class party. I love snacks that are sweet and salty, don’t you? I promise these will satisfy the strongest of cravings. I thought I’d share the recipe and make it a tutorial, plus offer up some more sweet and savory Valentine’s snacks at the end of this post. Enjoy!
Preheat oven to 200 degrees.
Grab a little helper and start placing pretzels onto a lined cookie sheet.
If you follow me on Pinterest you’ll see I have been busy collecting all sorts of wonderful sweet and salty Valentine snack ideas. Here are my top 10 recipes and tutorials, handpicked just for you! Also for some behind the scenes snapshots, be sure to check me out on Instagram.
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