100 Dresses, 100 cakes, 100 pies

Somehow in a haze of masks, bad behavior and a weird casserole of neverending days and days like shooting stars, we have landed at the countdown to Thanksgiving. This is my 20th year baking professionally for Thanksgiving. Were I anyone but me, I could present you with a graph of the increase in orders every year. But I am deathly allergic to graphs, spreadsheets and all other forms of data that don’t use a notebook and perfect pen

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Witches Like Beer and Pilgrims Like Pie.

When you can’t find time to comb your own hair you realize, perhaps, one should slow down. But there are so many fun things to see and do and eat-places to go and books to read-so, for the record, Dreadlocks are back in style! (I know all 10 of my good friends who are hairdressersContinue reading “Witches Like Beer and Pilgrims Like Pie.”

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Saying Good-Bye to July and Hello to Harry!

  The wedding phase in my family is now complete and life will return to its vaguely normal pace, I assume! Thank you for your patience during our travels. Β A wonderful time was had and the memories are beautiful! Yes, all my family members are insanely gorgeous people. These are not stock photos. But toContinue reading “Saying Good-Bye to July and Hello to Harry!”

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Christmas in July and High Tea in August!

  My Birthday was a homespun delight! From handmade bouquets, luscious casseroles, well-aged fruitcakes, dinky birthday hats, raucous serenades, thoughtful birthday wishes, sunset dinners with friends, shiny timepieces, indulgent toiletries, kitchen tools and bike accessories it was lovely from start to finish! Thank you all!Β    Fourth of July was, quite frankly, a blur! TheContinue reading “Christmas in July and High Tea in August!”

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Happy Fatha’s Day!

Father’s Day is fast approaching! You might have noticed, we have extended our hours and added a few days to make sure everybody is able to sneak in for a snack! We are now open Wednesday through Sunday from 10-till 8ish, sometimes later! Sundays we do close at 5! Boston was amazing and I nowContinue reading “Happy Fatha’s Day!”

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