There’s no denying that fire cider looks bad. Its glow-in-the-dark yellowish hue is like a liquid version of hepatitis. But not to worry—it tastes much, much worse than it looks.
A frosted layer cake is like a perfectly tailored little black dress: every curve is controlled, and every flaw is covered. Gooey butter cake is more like a favorite pair of sweatpants: cozy, unflattering and totally comfortable with itself, flaws and all.
The Twin Cities area prides itself on a vibrant and innovative design and architecture community. Its national reputation was reinforced this year, when the University of Minnesota hired Carol Strohecker as dean of the College of Design for the Twin Cities campus.
Turn a bound-for-the-compost-heap item into beautiful, inexpensive and utterly gift-worthy holiday treats