Author Archives: Gunnar

Sweet book review: Double Crossing

Author Meg Mims describes her historical Western mystery-adventure, Double Crossing, as a sort of True Grit on a train. It’s an apt description, with a determined heroine, Lily Granville, setting out from Chicago in 1869 to track down her father’s … Continue reading

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#SweetSat is suspended until further notice. Sorry, everybody, but I’m burned out. Gunnar

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The Sweet List 08/24/2013

Hi, everybody, and welcome back. Here’s another easy back-to-school dessert — soft peanut butter cookies sandwiched with jam filling and daubed with sprinkles. Hey, it’s just another variation on the good old fashioned PBJ. Thanks to CakeFYI.com for the image, … Continue reading

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Sign-up link for #SweetSat 08/24/2013

Hi, everybody, and welcome back. How’s this for a back-to-school dessert? One toaster pastry, two iced cookies, some licorice or chocolate candies, and yellow and black icing — and just think of the substitutions you could make to turn this … Continue reading

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The Sweet List 08/17/2013

Hi, everybody, and welcome back. There’s coffee, and then there are fancy international coffees, mixed with chocolate, liqueurs, honey, cinnamon, whipped cream… are you there yet? Suffice it to say, I love them all. Thanks to Theme Party Queen for … Continue reading

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Sign-up link for #SweetSat 08/17/2013

Hi, everybody, and welcome back. I’ve successfully moved Pete and Tweet back into a cage together, separate from the big aviary, where the younger birds can’t pick on her. That’s her, the yellow and green bundle of complacent mischief, sitting … Continue reading

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The Sweet List 08/10/2013

Hi, everybody, and welcome back. Do you need one of those easy-to-make (or assemble) recipes for hot summertime gatherings such as company picnics or family reunions? Here’s a great one. It’s a cake made with ice cream sandwiches, arranged in … Continue reading

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