It’s no secret that my lifelong dream is to open my own bakery. I’ve pictured it in my head a billion times and know exactly how I would want it to look. I’ve pictured the warm, home-y color scheme, the … Continue reading
I know, I know…I use this combination a lot. But who can blame me? It is delicious, and tropical and sweet. And I don’t really care if it is a Miss Petite Sweets mainstay. This sweet bread has coconut and … Continue reading
My mom was the youngest of 2 brothers, yet I still have 5 very special ladies that I call “the aunts.” My mom’s five best friends from high school have served as our extended family for as long as I … Continue reading
I apologize for the lack of new recipes this month. All the July baby showers, weddings & golf outings have kept me pretty darn busy at work. But it has not kept me from dreaming up some recipe ideas that I hope to test out soon. In the meantime I hope you all enjoyed the guest post from my lemon cake connoisseur Eric. I know, I know…he’s funny and he makes delicious baked goods. Told ya he was a catch. Anyway, last Friday Eric and I had the chance to go out and “celebrate” our year and a half of dating. Not that we actually care too much about random anniversaries and we are definitely not one of those couples who celebrates every month of dating… We just share the notion that any excuse to go out to eat is worth celebrating. So we chose an occasion and a restaurant. Since it was a beautiful day we decided to go to The Beach Grille on the Nautical Mile. All the restaurants on the Nautical Mile have an awesome view of Lake St.Clair, and if you can withstand the smell of fishflies, it makes for a pretty nice night out. Eric started his night with yet another bowl of French onion soup. Soooo predictable. Just kidding. This soup was delicious. Just look at his happy expression:
And that’s why we get along. The kid gets real excited about food. Plus we have a really great standing agreement that I always get to have the pickle that comes with his sandwich and he always gets the last bite of anything we share. Great relationships 101, folks. Anywho, For dinner I chose the crab cake sandwich and I was not disappointed. The crab cake was pan seared and flavored with fresh lemon. It was light, fluffy and very fresh. I’m not a huge fan of restaurants that deep fry crab cakes because I think it takes away the sweetness and flavor of the crab, but the Beach Grille’s crab cakes were perfect. Plus they were served on an English muffin with cheese…so that didn’t hurt to much either. Well played Beach Grille, well played.
Eric got the Daytona Sandwich, which included chicken, bacon & cheese. All his favorite foods packed into one lil sammie. It’s like they knew he was coming in. And last but not least…we got a brownie sundae complete with Sander’s fudge. It was awesome. Chocolate layered upon chocolate. Can’t really go wrong. So there we had our wonderful summer date night. Good food and wonderful company. Come back soon for some new recipes!
For those of you expecting a new recipe from Miss Petite Sweets, I apologize in advance. I’m commandeering the website for this post. And who am I? I’m the boyfriend of Miss Petite Sweets. But I’m no “miss” and I’m … Continue reading
I’ve been writing this blog for a while now but I realized recently that one large thing has been left out. I have yet to describe my lifelong best friend LT in a sugary confection. Shame on me. I discussed … Continue reading