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If you're like me and like a little coffee with your coffee, then I have a great recipe for you!

These tiramisu cupcakes belong next to your java and newspaper for an afternoon pick-me-up (but I can tell you from experience they make a tasty breakfast, too). The yellow cakes get dipped in a mixture of strong coffee, espresso and coffee liqueur - much like the ladyfingers in the original dessert. The frosting is a tall swirl of whipped mascarpone cream which is so silky and light, I'd use it to cover just about any sweet thing.

The big flower pot of mint I planted last year on the back patio made a surprise comback. I'm so happy because I love using it as a fresh garnish on spring pies and tarts. Like most things in our back yard it's growing at rapid pace. Flowers are budding (weeds are too) and all of a sudden I remember that we're almost at the end of April. Next month brings us all kinds of happy celebrations.

I made these cupcakes with two May events in mind. The first is Mother's Day (May 14th), and the second is the Kentucky Derby (May 6th). Both are worthy of pretty buttercream roses and toasts with mint julep cupcakes.

It's been a busy spring so far and I don't think I've ever had so many wedding showers to attend. If you're in the same boat (and I suspect many of you are) then I have some tabletop gift suggestions that are not only practical but beautiful as well. And if you're a soon-to-be-bride, then you may want to add some of these useful items to your registry!

I'm so excited to tell you about these super-sized Arnold Palmer cookies because I feel like they may become your new favorite cookie. They are dual flavored like the beverage of their namesake, with one half mellow sweet tea and the other half zesty lemonade. As a sweet tea enthusiast, the recipe spoke to my southern soul when I saw it in Irvin's new baking book which is called Marbled, Swirled and Layered. Isn't that just the best name for a baking book? Yes!

Say hello to my new favorite midnight snack!

I can't help but feel that these bars should have been in my salty-sweet baking book. But that's how it goes - some recipes are simply a result of a strong craving and that's exactly how this recipe came to be. A few nights ago I was craving salty-sweet, crunchy and chewy.

There's so much to love about this time of year but my favorite thing may be the seasonal candy aisle at the grocery store. It's decked out in all shades of pink, yellow, and green. You'll find blue malted milk robin's eggs tucked between edible Easter grass and noble-looking chocolate bunnies that stand upright. I'll take one of each, please.

This DIY bunny bark celebrates Easter candy with eye-popping color. It's not difficult to manage the entire recipe in less than one hour, and it is guaranteed to brighten any Easter basket.
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