A Taste of Home: Aunt Mary’s Pizzelle Cookies

Mother's Day A Taste of Home

I’m feeling particularly nostalgic this Mother’s Day. April would have marked my grandmother’s 91st birthday—she passed way in October. I’m incredibly grateful for the 40+ years that I had with her, and when Tree Classics asked me to share an heirloom recipe I knew this was the perfect opportunity to explore her recipe box. It didn’t take me long to settle on making her pizzelle cookies. I can’t remember a holiday without them, and hers were my absolute favorite. Not overly sweet, crispy, with a subtle vanilla flavor. Many Italians use anise to flavor and I am firmly in the “I strongly dislike anise/black licorice” camp, so vanilla is a perfect alternative.

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5 Colors to Freshen Up Your Home for Spring

Spring presents a mix of gentle hues that can make a strong and lasting impression. Celebrate the delicate and vibrant colors of the season by setting a warm and welcoming ambience. We share some simple and elegant floral displays that will freshen up your home with ease.

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6 Interesting Facts about St. Patrick’s Day

An annual celebration every March 17, St. Patrick’s Day commemorates and remembers the passing of St. Patrick – the patron saint of Ireland. It started out as a religious feast day in the 17th century and has evolved into a global event that celebrates Irish culture through parades, special meals, and of course—everything green.

St. Patrick's Day Infographic

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Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day

Celebrating St. Patrick's Day
Yay for March! This means spring and all that it promises is on its way! It’s also the month when we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and the Luck of the Irish. As you know, I love celebrating all things holiday, and St. Patty’s Day is no different. Continue reading “Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day”