Cranberry Orange Pie with Gingersnap Crust | Feast In Thyme

Cranberry Orange Pie with Gingersnap Crust | A Roaring Retro New Year’s Eve

This recipe for Cranberry Orange Pie with Gingersnap Crust is luscious, sweet, and decadent to the extreme. Enjoy a slice for any occasion! Disclaimer: This post contains Amazon affiliate links, and I will earn a commission if you purchase through those links at no additional cost to you. As always all thoughts and opinions are my own. *** I’m not the first to say 2016 has gone on long enough. I have a fantastic recipe for Cranberry Orange Pie with Gingersnap Crust to share with you today, but I’d like to say a few words about one of the latest losses. […]

2016 Holiday Cookie Update | Feast In Thyme

2016 Holiday Cookie Update!

Every year, I end up making a lot of cookies for the holidays. I separate them out into little clear treat bags, tie them up with ribbons, and add them to gift baskets, boxes, and bags. This year (with the move), I told myself I’d refrain. My kitchen situation is only half set up, for one thing. I have less counter and storage space in the new place, so I’m still trying to find a home for everything. It’s not that the kitchen is tiny, exactly. It’s quite reasonably sized. I was just incredibly spoiled in our Jersey City apartment, […]

Cocktail Duo: Side Car & French 75 | A Roaring Retro New Year’s Eve

It’s been a long rough year for many of us. On a purely individual level, I have to say that my year has been stressful, but overall I have no rights to complain. After a lot of self-reflection and discussion, I left a position as a non-profit event manager this past fall to alleviate some stress and pursue more personal and creative projects (like this one). As I no longer needed to commute into New York City, we also moved out of Jersey City and our home state of New Jersey, choosing to settle in the more affordable and slower-paced suburbs of Wilmington, Delaware. […]

Cookbook Gift Guide 2016 | Feast In Thyme

Cookbook Gift Guide 2016

I adore collecting books, and I’ve had a steadily growing and diverse library for as long as I can remember. In high school, it was graphic novels; in college and grad school, I began building a rather respectable collection of texts on Buddhism and Tibetan religions for my research; and in recent years I’ve become utterly obsessed with cookbooks. In hopes of keeping down costs and clutter, I spend a lot of time reading reviews of new publications and curating a very selective Amazon wish list. With the holiday season upon us, I’m sharing this research with you in the form […]