This Blueberry Galette has an ultra flaky, buttery crust containing bits of pecans and vanilla beans for a sweet, nutty flavor. It’s then filled with fresh, juicy blueberries that have been marinated in a fragrant lavender infused sugar.
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Well. . .hello there. I have a couple of short updates for you today before I run off and shackle myself in the kitchen for the upcoming months. Yep, holiday season is upon us and I will be up to my ears preparing delicious pumpkin based recipes for you and, soon, Christmas cookies and other tasty holiday treats. Stay tuned for all of these.
This Tropical Banana Upside Down Cake is filled with sweet mandarin oranges & pineapple, then topped with bananas nestled into a luscious caramel & coconut topping.
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Well hello there. Long time no see.
Since it’s been far too long since we last chatted, I wanted to peek my head in & let you know that I absolutely, positively have not forgotten about you. As a matter of fact, I think about you, and this little space, each and every day.
This post was created in partnership with my friends at Canadian Lentils for their #LetsLentil campaign. As always, all thoughts & opinions expressed are purely my own. Thank you so much for supporting the companies that inspire The Road to Honey and keep it thriving!!!
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Nearly one year ago, the Mr. and I came to the startling realization that Boston was more than the temporary rendezvous we had originally earmarked it for. Instead, fate dictated that it would become a place that we should embrace with open arms and set up more permanent roots in.
With this new found realization, it only seemed logical to scour the highly competitive and overpriced real estate market and find a place that we could turn into our own. But as exciting as this prospect may have seemed, there were countless days that we felt like throwing in the towel and abandoning the search entirely.
“Life is a bowl of cherries. Some cherries are rotten while others are good; its your job to throw out the rotten ones and forget about them while you enjoy eating the ones that are good!” – C JoyBell C.
Not a day goes by without thoughts of my time spent in Kenya flooding my mind. It was a country I had dreamed about my entire life. A country I thought I would never in a million years have the opportunity to visit, let alone live in. A country that I thought would forever be just a dream. So you can imagine how elated the Mr. and I were when we received word that we should pack up our belongings and take the long haul flight to this magical spot half way around the globe.
Well guys. . .I survived my first trip to China. There certainly were times when I questioned whether or not I would make it back in one piece. . .but here I am, making plans to return to the Pearl of the Orient faster than you can blink an eye.
In case you’ve never been to this bustling city, it seems like there is a cloud of pollution perpetually looming through the parade of skyscrapers that march off into infinity. I was aware of China’s reputation for having the “dirtiest air on Earth” before I left. My concerned doctor loaded me up with steroids and inhalers for fear that my asthma would flare up into a rage so intense it could not be contained. All the information in the world, even the endless stream of photos from the Mr., could not prepare me for the thick, fluffy, white cloud that, more often than not, made it impossible to see anything but a wall of white every time I peered from my 58th floor window.