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Almond, Dark Chocolate & Sea Salt Cookies {plus BIG Giveaway!}

almond dark chocolate sea salt cookies with band2

My two worlds have collided – and I couldn’t be more excited!  My “day job” in the music industry means I get to work with radio stations and artists across the country… I love my job! And, of course, I love playing in my Raisin & Fig “sandbox.” Today, I get to introduce you to the husband-and-wife team that make up the band Love & The Outcome.

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Remodel with a Purpose {Parmesan, Almond & Rosemary Cocktail Cookies}

parmesan rosemary crackers

If you stopped by our house after the kitchen remodel, you would immediately notice the upgraded appliances, new wood floor or expanded center island. But perhaps the most important element of the project is something you can’t see – and it was “installed” with a Sharpie. Continue Reading →

{Throwback Thursday} Fig Newton Recipe

fig newtons

Why, yes, that IS my Chitty Chitty Bang Bang lunch box in the background! This beat-up metal box brings back memories of school lunches that my mom packed for us daily – which were always pretty healthy, and always included a treat. One of my favorites was Fig Newtons. I didn’t even know what a fig WAS growing up, but I loved these cookies {technically “bars”}. I hadn’t had one for years, but I ran across a recipe in a magazine and filed it away in my “To Try” folder. Continue Reading →

Chocolate-Cayenne Cocktail Cookies

chocolate cayenne cocktail cookiesOK, first of all, these are not for dessert. So you can’t paint me with the “she claims to eat healthy, but she’s posting all these naughty desserts” brush. Hence the phrase “cocktail cookies.”

I don’t have many home-runs my first time “at bat” with a recipe, but this one was out of the park. Continue Reading →

{Saving Grace} Very Good Cookies

very good cookies

Does anybody say grace before a meal anymore?

Growing up, this was a ritual that occurred at our dinner table. Every. Single. Night.

I’m sure the intentions for starting this tradition were admirable, but by the time I was a teenager, singing grace at dinner {yes, there was a tune to ours} was a rote exercise. Continue Reading →