The Frosted Petticoat

Food & drinks with a dash of whimsy!
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Brain Food: Pineapple Vodka Spiked Jello

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chocolate, pretzel, glutino, gluten free

Campfire Pretzel Bites with Glutino

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Family Copploa, Coppola WInery, Great Women Spirits, Spirits

Family Coppola Launches Great Women Spirits

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Heluva Good Dip, Chocolate, Halloween Recipe

Crunchy Habanero Mummy Fingers with Heluva Good! Dip

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Brain Food: Pineapple Vodka Spiked Jello

October 19, 2017
jello, vodka, halloween, recipe

Halloween is days away and it isn’t out of the ordinary to start craving some brains. Do not fret, today’s post is not some Walking Dead, post-apocalyptic recipe celebrating psychopaths. If you’re interested in that sort of recipe, then might I suggest you visit this website and then hopefully scratch me off of your kill […]

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Crunchy Habanero Mummy Fingers with Heluva Good! Dip

October 14, 2017
Heluva Good Dip, Chocolate, Halloween Recipe

This post was sponsored by Heluva Good! as part of an Ambassador Program and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. Planning a frightful Halloween party this month? Need scary-good recipe inspiration? Then you have come to the right place, Boys and Ghouls! Lucky for you, I have just the thing that will […]

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Ultimate Holiday Cooking Tool: The Hestan Cue

September 28, 2017
Hestan Cue, Apple Cobbler, Kitchen Tools

About once a week, I become overly ambitious in the kitchen. I pick a ridiculously difficult recipe from some Michelin-Star chef’s cookbook, purchase all the ingredients, and then proceed to slaughter the dish, usually burning it into crispy oblivion. And I cook for a living! Why can’t I produce even a semi-edible version of these […]

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