London Fog Cookies
I am currently on a personal quest to learn about how other cultures enjoy taking their mid-afternoon breaks. One of the most well known traditions is Britain's afternoon tea or high tea is it is often called. As we have learned about how the Brits enjoy tea-time, I have decided that my recipe collection has been lacking a good cookie or biscuit recipe that goes well with the hot beverage. Then I came upon this delicious recipe that actually incorporates tea directly in the dough. These London Fog Sugar Cookies have just the right amount of sweetness with a delicate flavour of earl grey and vanilla (I am using Neilsen Massey's Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla). If you are successful in not overbaking them, you should have a cookie with slightly chewy centre but still firm enough to be dipped in your favorite tea of choice. T
The Bin Shabib twins are all about shaking up people’s preconceived notions. We first learned about them through an article written about them in Kinfolk’s latest “entrepreneur” issue. These creatives from Dubai are working to help cast a different light on the Middle East narrative while at the same time emphasizing the beauty and dignity of Emirati culture. Their online journal and print magazine Brownbook.tv highlights inspiring stories from around the region. T
Paul's Leather Co.
A few weeks ago, Trent found a company on Etsy that sells leather covered Bibles. We quickly discovered that their workshop is near my parents' house and today we went to check it out! Paul's Leather CO. has such a cool story and vision - starting in the owner's college dorm room and taking him to use the business to support missionaries on the other side of the world. My Bible got a new cover and we gained some new friends. C