How to Organize Your Old Martha Stewart Everyday Food Magazines

How to Organize Your Old Martha Stewart Everyday Food Magazines

Are you a fellow lover of Martha's (long-out-of-print) Everyday Food Magazines? ME, TOO! I was so sad when they stopped publishing them. I loved the simple recipes, the layout, the size...and those colorful bindings.

The thing is...there were so many recipes I made and loved and so many recipes I'd dog-eared to try...I couldn't remember what recipes were in which magazine. Once upon a time, I paid Jack to create an index on my computer, but it just was too cumbersome. (I know there's a cookbook with many of the recipes in it, but I loved my magazines.)

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Also, they were taking up a LOT of room on my cookbook shelf, and they were a little unwieldy when trying to pull one out of the stack. I finally decided to do something about them.

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Sweet on Trader Joe's Sunday: Mini Dark Chocolate Mint Coins

Hey Howdy Hey! Happy Sunday!

Trader Joe's review : Mini Dark Chocolate Mint Coins >>> part of a weekly-ish review series from bakeat350.net

Isn't this packaging so cute? Trader Joe's wins again for darling graphics. This almost (almost!) makes me want to go camping. Instead, I'll eat the cookies.

Bomb Pop-esque Cookies for 4th of July and a Texas Summer

Bomb Pop-esque Cookies for 4th of July and a Texas Summer

There's something I really love about a black-outlined red, white, and blue cookie. Exhibit A. That black just makes the colors POP (so to speak).

Bomb Pop-esque Cookies for 4th of July and a Texas Summer

I knew I wanted to make a version of Bomb Pops for the 4th of July this year...not the traditional version, but some funky ones.

4th of July Bomb Pop Decorated Cookie ♥ bakeat350.net

This one looks like the popsicle is wearing a star-shaped bow.

4th of July Bomb Pop Decorated Cookie ♥ bakeat350.net

Y'all know how I love a simple cookie, so that's just what these are...simple. For all of their simplicity, though, you get a lot of bang for your buck. It's that black outline.

Sweet on Trader Joe's Sunday : Cream Cheese Brioche Pastries

Trader Joe's review : Cream Cheese Brioche Pastries

We're baaaaaaaaack!

Guys, I'm not sure what happened. We're still shopping at Trader Joe's. We're still eating all things Trader Joe's. We just haven't blogged anything Trader Joe's in a while. So sorry!

Trader Joe's review : Cream Cheese Brioche Pastries

We're diving back in with a review of Trader Joe's Cream Cheese Brioche Pastries. You'll find them in the freezer section. They come to two a box. Since I'm so out of practice, I forgot to save the receipt, so I can't tell you how much they cost. I will tell you that I didn't even LOOK at the price when I saw these in the freezer case. I love a cream cheese danish.

Red, White, and Blue(berry) Ice Cream Cake

Red, White, and Blue(berry) Ice Cream Cake ♥ bakeat350.net for @imperialsugar #sponsored

If you're looking for a festive 4th of July dessert that doesn't involve food coloring or strawberries and blueberries arranged in a flag pattern (not that there's anything wrong with those!), I have just the thing for you. A red, white and blue(berry) ice cream cake. It's SO CUTE! SO FESTIVE! SO DELICIOUS!

*this post is sponsored by my sweet (literally) friends at Imperial Sugar. ♥

Red, White, and Blue(berry) Ice Cream Cake ♥ bakeat350.net for @imperialsugar #sponsored

Maybe you've noticed an uptick in ice cream cakes and pies on the blog. (It's HOT in Texas.) Also, I can count on Mr. E going ga-ga for them...and he did for this one as well.

I forgot to mention...this little ice cream cake is easy peasy to make and perfect for a make-ahead. In fact, you MUST make it ahead. Going to the neighbor's house for a 4th of July party? Take this along!