Gimme some sugah!

Interested in making a suggestion for one of our bicoastal themes? We’d love to hear from you! Post a comment below with your ideas and you might just see it magically appear in one of our baking challenges.

That’s right – magically. You didn’t know we had special powers?


-Haley and Britt-

15 Responses “Gimme some sugah!” →
  1. E typically doesn’t eat too many sweets but will destroy some white chocolate (if I leave him unattended). I’d love to see what you two could do with white chocolate….and give me reason to have some sweets around this place!


  2. Kelsey Miller

    February 10, 2011

    Okay, here’s a challenge: mint. I’ve yet to come up with a knock-out mint/chocolate recipe, but I bet you ladies could do it. Whaddya say?

  3. omg, i had thEEEEE best white chocolate cheesecake this past weekend.
    dont have the recipe, but maybe that could be a future topic (if youre allowed to do more than one white chocolate post)
    ill share if i can get her to send me her recipe.

  4. Omg, I would love a recipe for white chocolate cheesecake! I was actually debating between the recipe I posted and a no-bake white chocolate pie (very similar to cheesecake). Please send it along if you can wrangle it from her. Maybe it could be a future cheesecake post contender?!

  5. Ladies, magnificent job so far! Love reading the blog. My suggestion is for something Easter-related that I can copy and pretend it’s mine! My Mom always made ham or rice pies (look it up; it’s like a quiche kind of … weird Italian tradition), but I’m curious to see your ideas 🙂 xx

  6. Gimme NO Sugah:) How bout something “RAW”. I have had incredible; delectable delights=read deserts in a raw cafe in Sedona. I am trying to cut out sugar and eat more healthy; don’t ask. 🙂 The raw foods I have had were wonderful but I’ve not found a good cookbook or recipes for them yet. Especially deserts which are my weakness. So your mission should you choose to accept it is a raw desert. Great job ladies on the blog!


  7. Kelsey Miller

    May 24, 2011

    I feel like NYC has mangos coming out of it’s ears right now. Seriously, I can’t hail a cab without accidentally catching one. Not sure if it’s the same in SF, but how ’bout some mango action??

  8. Is it too early to start thinking about pumpkin???


  9. Debra Leib

    December 4, 2011

    How about some homemade eggnog, Britty? And not the kind I have to stir for hours…

  10. You and your blog are inspiring, so I nominated you for an award!

    • Thank you so much! You have no idea what that means to us. We’re constantly inspired by all the amazing blogs out there. I’m always surprised when anyone other than our moms read our posts. XOXO

      • You’re welcome; you two deserve it! There are a whole lot more people out there than just your mothers who read — and enjoy — your blog. So please keep cooking and posting! :]

  11. Ladies, I just wanted to say thank you again for your recent balsamic and chocolate posts. I’m so touched!

    And I’m also really happy that you subscribed to my blog! I’m actually moving to a new URL this week, so I hope you continue to follow me there. (And I’m doing a giveaway for homemade cookies to celebrate, so check it out if you like desserts! ;])

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