Month: May 2017

Sourdough

Sourdough

In my latest book, one of my passions makes an appearance: sourdough! Throughout most of human history, sourdough breads were the norm. Baker’s yeast only appeared on the scene in the mid 19th century, preceded by barm (also lovingly known as beer scum!) from the […]

Highlander’s Heart

Highlander’s Heart

Highlander’s Heart A Sweet Town Clean Historical Western Romance (Book 18) by Sarah Christian One mail-order bride was as good as another, wasn’t she? That was what Ivy Moreau tried convincing herself after her twin sister Lily ran off with an actor, leaving Ivy with […]

Cowboy’s Harmony

Cowboy’s Harmony

Cowboy’s Harmony A Sweet Town Clean Historical Western Romance (Book 18) by Sarah Christian Her father has always been seen as a town troublemaker, but Harmony Beacham knows her mother is the real wicked step-mother of Sweet Town. After a party leads to her mother […]

Oatmeal Cake Cookies

Oatmeal Cake Cookies

These are relatively simple cookies with a unique taste and texture, despite the fact that there’s nothing particularly unusual in the ingredients. Flour, oats, butter, eggs, sugar, vanilla, and baking powder aren’t anything special, right? But the way it comes together is a certain kind […]

Kool-Aid Pie

Kool-Aid Pie

My husband’s best friend married Camila, who is Mexican American and originally from California. Camila and I have become good friends over the last year, but I’m continually surprised by how “exotic” she finds some of the stuff that’s so ordinary in the Midwest. Hot […]