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Archives for January 2018

Butternut Squash Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

by Michele Pesula Kuegler January 30th, 2018| Desserts, Recipes

Only one word needed- Yum!


For someone who doesn't eat a lot of dessert, I sure do adore cake in many forms. It's a really tough tossup between carrot cake and traditional wedding cake, as to which is my favorite. Carrot cake has the wonderful flavors of carrot and

Chocolate Bottom Macaroons

by Michele Pesula Kuegler January 25th, 2018| Desserts, Recipes

Sweet coconut and chocolate- what's not to like?




With Tuesday's publication of a macaron recipe, today is a fitting day to republish my macaroon recipe. With only one letter difference, these two cookies are often confused. They do start with a similar egg white base, but from there

Raspberry Buttercream Macarons

by Michele Pesula Kuegler January 23rd, 2018| Desserts, Recipes

So light and tasty, you'll want to eat them by the dozen!


I know, macarons have been all the rage for a few years, and here I am posting my first macaron recipe. Call me behind the times if you'd like. I don't mind.

It's taken me some time to

Recipe- Bourbon Sugar

by Michele Pesula Kuegler January 18th, 2018| Garnishes, Recipes

A sweet hint of bourbon in your coffee!


This recipe was originally published in August 2015, but it's been a recipe that I've used for even longer. My husband is as much of a bourbon aficionado as I am of prosecco and champagne. So, we've had a container of

Saucy Bourbon Meatballs

by Michele Pesula Kuegler January 16th, 2018| Appetizers, Recipes, Tapas Monday

An appetizer with hints of bourbon- why not?


January arrives, and it's time for a fresh start. All of the shimmering decor of the holidays is put away, and life in general becomes quieter. As a parent of college-aged students it brings about an even greater amount of quiet,

Back to Blogging, Kind of

by Michele Pesula Kuegler January 15th, 2018| Tasty Thoughts
Three months ago I wrote about the hiatus I would be taking from Think Tasty and blogging. It was a good choice. It gave me time to focus on my full-time role in entrepreneurial education and not to stress over a baking and writing schedule for this