Author Archives: danakate
Earlier, my friend Elise linked me to this recipe for an Estonian Kringle she’s made before. It’s basically a giant cinnamon roll, but shaped more like a flower. On a whim, after dinner, I decided to whip one up. It … Continue reading
I’ve struggled a lot with what I want to do with my digital space(s). I’ve had this domain since, oh, 1996? 1997? Something like that. So, it’s a part of me. The name “danakate” is a part of me, too, … Continue reading
So, apparently, when I say I’m going to blog regularly, I mean approximately once a year. Oops. I’ve been thinking about a couple topics, though, so I’ll likely be adding some actual content. I keep meaning to chronicle, to some … Continue reading
My friend Elise wrote about waffles the other day, linking to my site because we are Waffle Sisters (and Gelato Sisters, Typewriter Sisters…basically, we’re sisters), and I realized I haven’t posted here in a very long time. Whoops. Anyway! So. … Continue reading
I’m a bit embarrassed that I managed to blog for, like, a month in 2012. Ah, well, I’ve always had an odd relationship with blogging. The spam comments have died down quite a bit, though, so we’ll see how long … Continue reading
Other than making progress on the baking cookbook challenge, I did do some other baking in October. Here’s a quick roundup. Featuring: kale chips, Oreo stuffed chocolate chip cookies, lemon poppy seed bread, and bacon and egg muffins.
It didn’t take long for the spam comments to start. >_> I’ve enabled a math captcha. Yay, maf!
Ahh, bananas, such a fickle food. They start out green, seem to take forever to get ripe and yellow, and then go brown in a blink of an eye. I always buy a bunch with the hopes that I’ll eat … Continue reading
Sausage balls. Heart attack in ball form. Comfort food. My mother used to make sausage balls when I was a kid growing up in Oklahoma. We…didn’t eat the best in those days. I recall many meals that involved spam and … Continue reading