One of the great things about having Angela living with us after college is that every once in a while we get her to cook supper for us, and when she does, it's always something great. No mac and cheese with franks (one of the meals Pam and I used to cook when we were newlyweds in seminary and poor). We're talking Chicken Parmigiana and stuff like that.
She's a good cookerer.
She likes to bake as well, although we don't get to see the fruits of that as often. But she's good at it.
All this to say that she has started a blog on baking. So if you're looking for some good recipes and ideas, check out "Confessions of a Wanna-Be Baker"
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