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Peanut Butter Cookies

Goodbye, CrandleCakes!

Remember Bye Bye Birdie? I’m singing that song in my head right now. “We love you CrandleCakes, oh yes we do-o, we love you Crandlecakes, and we’ll be tru-ue.” It’s true, CrandleCakes is coming to a close. I’ll leave the recipes up for a while at least, but I will now be posting at my […]

Beet Salad with Fennel, Parmesan, and Egg + My Writing Process Blog Tour

In January I went to a food blog conference in Birmingham. I didn’t know what to expect, and I was kind of going to see how much I wanted to dedicate myself to CrandleCakes. Like I imagine any “industry” conference can be, there was a lot of really useful information and discussion, some idol worshipping […]

Chocolate Chip Zucchini Muffins - R.T.D. Browning

Chocolate Chip Zucchini Muffins

Every year when summer rolls around, bloggers unite in a barbaric yawp* against zucchini. It’s almost an inside joke — #zucchiniproblems. I’ll start the hashtag if it doesn’t already exist. See, food bloggers are at least more committed to seasonal cooking than your average bear because their cooking is public, so they have to RESPOND […]

Crandlecakes News

I thought I’d take a minute to catch my breath. I guess I’m finally living up to my name here and am in a bit of a cake baking frenzy. (Note the Instagram feed on the right.) Here’s what else is going on in Crandle Land. Blog news: Videos have begun! I’ve started making videos. […]

Back from Bham: Reflections on the Creative Life

I spent last weekend at a food blog conference. For those of you who might be unfamiliar, a “food blog conference” is an actual thing now. Imagine knowing that fifteen years ago–that there would be a phenomenon called a “food blog” and whole conferences just for people who have them! The keynote speaker was Molly […]

Simple Homemade Almond Milk (Vegan, GF)

So, here’s something I feel like I should share: when writing blog posts, it’s easy for me to tell flat out lies. It’s not intentional, it’s usually not about something that even matters, and it has more to do with tone and voice than with content. I’m not saying I find it easy to lie […]