Mornings in the How Sweet Kitchen.
Saturday and Sunday mornings are when most of the magic happens here. I love nothing more than getting up and baking each morning in the kitchen. I also prep some of our lunches and dinners these mornings. Mr. How Sweet eats like a pubescent 15 year old boy, so we must be prepared.
Here’s a glimpse into the madness…
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Mr. How Sweet and I are off to a wedding today. I can’t wait – I love weddings!
22 Comments on “Mornings in the How Sweet Kitchen.”
Have a great day at the wedding!
And I think having to get up and cook first thing in the morning (besides breakfast) would be the end of me. LOL When I win the lottery can I hire you as my personal live in chef? Purty please! :D
have fun! we have a wedding tonight, too. can’t wait to hear about your new project!
I’m doing the exact same thing this morning! :) Lots of baking and prepping for the week – it’s my favorite time!
Looks like a perfect Saturday and Sunday to me! Have a great day Jessica!
Have a great day at the wedding – and my kitchen is a messssss right now…in the process of cooking. haha Love the making of brown sugar…so easy – esp when you forget you’ve run out…like I often do.
Ooooh baking then a wedding – what a perfect Saturday! Have a great day. :-)
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Yum! Those oils and vinegars sound awesome. I may have to look into ordering some for myself. :)
To make your own brown sugar all you need is black strap molasses and white sugar?
Please say yes because I can have molasses but not cane sugar. I use beet sugar which is a great sub, but haven’t found a brown sugar sub.
i NEED to try those balsamic vinegars!!!!! you are teasing me with these pics!
homemade brown sugar?? you are TOO much! <3 have a fabulous day love!
My favorite way to start the day! Can I come over and help cook? :-)
those oils look amazing… especially the porcini ??? I may have to hunt those down…
You can get them at http://www.fustinis.com! Not in stores, other than their own stores which are in Michigan.
I love your idea of making actual meals for lunches. I’m going to start doing that. Beats the heck out of sandwiches, right?
Can I sleepover at your house and help make breakfast?
Making your own b. sugar? Do tell how!
We are off to a wedding today too! I love weddings!
Your last post about having doubts but praying and having a lead on the part time job…awesome!!! Change and uncertainty of the future and what i holds is probably what keeps the majority of people doing their unhappy job/marriage/friendships/dietary path/etc that they have always done b/c they are scared of the future and change. I am glad you are breaking free and can’t wait to see what happens!
Have fun at the wedding!
Weddings are super fun!! :)
Wow – all of these exotic vinegars – I’ve never seen the likes of them!
I’m that way around the holidays – any more and it’s too much for me! Now if I had your mad baking skills, we’d have another story!
Those vinegars looks wonderful!
I can’t wait to see what you made and how you do that trick of partially lining the muffin papers.
Enjoy the wedding!
Good Lordy Girlie!
You make your own BROWN SUGAR!
I just fainted!