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Hungry Heart Cookies aka Old Fashioned Sugar Cookies

February 6, 2008

Once upon a time I lived in Portland, Maine where there was a really great radio station called WCLZ. One morning, while driving to my cubicle dwelling office job, I heard the DJ announce that Minnie Driver was going to be playing a live set in “Studio Z.” Since Minnie Driver is one of my […]

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An Erin Cooks Christmas Day 1: Cranberry Orange Dark Chocolate Cookies

December 2, 2007

A Cookie Wingman? Check out what I’m whipping up for holiday treats this week!

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Pink is the New Christmas

October 28, 2007

I’m more than aware that it’s very inappropriate for me to even mention the holidays out loud at this point, but Blueprint magazine just arrived and it totally rocked my world. I’ve been a grumpy magazine subscriber for months now and have been letting each and every publication that I subscribe to run out without […]

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Apple Pie with Cheddar Crust

October 1, 2007

After spending the morning picking apples at the Nashoba Valley Winery I decided to make my annual attempt at baking a pie. This time I decided to branch out from my horribly lazy habit of using already made pie crust and really went outside my comfort zone with a super special Martha Stewart recipe that […]

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Toll House Pie

November 29, 2006

Last year was the first Thanksgiving that I spent with Chris. Coincidentally it was also my introduction to an amazingly sinful and delicious dessert known as “Toll House Pie.” Essentially Toll House Pie is a gigantic, gooey chocolate chip cookie nestled in pie crust. Chris’s father is the king of Toll House Pie. I looked […]

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Easy Pie with Nashoba Valley Apples

October 15, 2006

Yesterday I went apple picking at the Nashoba Valley Winery. It was so much fun and I came home with some absolutely delicious fruit. I think heaven must smell like fresh picked apples. So of course I just had to make an apple pie. I’ll be straight with you and admit to the fact that […]

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