Okay, so Thanksgiving is just around the corner and with Thanksgiving comes the tradition of eating copious amounts of food. Thanksgiving is a bitter-sweet holiday for me, I am always so completely devastated by the by the estimate that close to 45 million turkeys are inhumanely killed in the United States for this day, each year. It is definitely not a thanksgiving for the turkey.
That time of the year is here again, your child’s birthday. And, besides pondering on how the last 12 months flew by, you have another celebration to plan. A monumental moment for your Little One is having “Happy Birthday” sung and blowing out the candles on a cake, so as long as you can get that part right, everything else should be smooth sailing. To keep it easy, why not have the birthday cake made and delivered, keeping in mind these helpful pointers.
Blue Hill has dairy in its roots. Blue Hill Farm—our family farm in the Berkshires, and the original inspiration for our Blue Hill restaurant in New York City and Blue Hill at Stone Barns in Pocantico Hills, NY—was a working dairy from the 1860s through the 1960s. Three decades later, we refurbished the farm and brought the dairy back to life — Blue Hill Farm
Christmas 2012, marks my 10th Christmas in New York City, away from my home country of Australia. I cannot believe it has been that long. Christmas time could not be anymore the opposite between the two – in the Southern Hemisphere (Australia) it is now summer time, and in the Northern Hemisphere (USA) it is clearly winter time.
When my Son and I were in Australia 5 months ago visiting home, one of my girlfriends made this yummy creation for me – Raw Cacao Coconut Truffles.
Today I decided to try them out for myself (altering the recipe somewhat) and I am so glad I did. I know that this is now going to be a staple in our home. They are AMAZING and Super-Easy to make!