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His and Hers Sweets: Herbaceous Holiday Treats

Herbaceous is one my favorite words. I love subtle hints of fresh herbs in savory meals and cocktails, and one of the reasons I love Angela's pastries so much, is that she has perfected mixing traditional dessert ingredients with nontraditional elements such as herbs. One of my favorite food memories was tasting a mint macaron from Pierre Herme in Paris. I was skeptical as we waited in a long line outside of the crowded patisserie to pay $4 a macaron, but each bite was an explosion of the freshest, coolest, most delicate mint flavor. It was crazy good! Now onto this month's blog series...

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Flower Crown via The Nouveau Romantics Place Setting via Wedding Sparrow Plaid Invitations via Rustic Wedding Chic Grey and Blue Bouquet via Unveiled Fall Cake via Style Me Pretty...

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Chalkboard Sign via Style Me Pretty Muslin Favor Bags via Martha Stewart Weddings Gold Foil Invitations via Brides Blue and White Cake via Ruffled Winter Wedding Decor via Style Me Pretty...


his and hers sweets: dia de los muertos

Now for the second post in our His and Hers Sweets blog series with Goldenrod Pastries and Jenny Rawson Photography. When planning the editorial calendar for this series, I knew I wanted to incorporate Dia de los Muertos into our November shoot. This holiday, observed on November first, honors the Mexican tradition of celebrating the lives of departed loved ones using vibrant flowers, colorful sugar sculls, and bright papel picado banners. About the Pastries (from Angela): I wanted to do my take on some classic Mexican sweets. Churros are so great because they have such a unique, organic shape - and . Instead...