"The only real stumbling block is the fear of failure. In cooking, you have got to have a what-the-hell attitude." ~ Julia Child

Holiday Hell

Some people have no business trying to cook, bake or otherwise entertain during the holidays. I am one of these people.
Doesn’t stop me from trying, though…

Read Almond Orange Cake for Pesach

Almond Orange Cake for Pesach

by Julie on April 5, 2015

in Holiday Hell, Sweet!

Read Soup du Jour: Spicy Pumpkin Thanksgiving Soup
Read A Passover repast…and a farewell

A Passover repast…and a farewell

by Julie on April 17, 2014

in Holiday Hell

Read Best Cranberries EVER!

Best Cranberries EVER!

by Julie on November 25, 2013

in Dinner, Holiday Hell

Read Dear Sister-in-law: How we Do Thanksgiving at our House…
Read Passover and Kids Coping Tip #1: Matzo Pizza
Read Deep Fried Socks (Or How I Managed Home-Made Latkes)

Deep Fried Socks (Or How I Managed Home-Made Latkes)

by Julie Tilsner on December 20, 2011

in Holiday Hell

Read Got Broguiere’s?

Got Broguiere’s?

by Julie on December 10, 2011

in Holiday Hell

Read Dancing the Peppermint Meringue

Dancing the Peppermint Meringue

by Julie on December 6, 2011

in Holiday Hell, Sweet!

Read Salute This: Fourth of July Red Velvet Swirled Brownies
Read Agneau de Calvary – Watson’s Good Friday lamb recipe
Read Cinnamon Buns for All – Eventually

Cinnamon Buns for All – Eventually

by Julie on December 29, 2010

in Holiday Hell, Sweet!

Read Last minute Christmas treats: Rum balls and Russian tea cakes
Read Thanksgiving 2010 with the Bad Home Cook

Thanksgiving 2010 with the Bad Home Cook

by Julie on November 23, 2010

in Holiday Hell

Read Guest Blogger: Bruce Watson visits the New York Sheep and Wool Festival