To celebrate my blogiversary I put together a super quick video journeying through the past year. Going through all the millions of folders of pictures and picking my favs from each post made me smile. I realized how far I’ve come in only one year (and how I should’ve bought stock in King Arthur Flour and Whole Foods). Please enjoy below, maybe you’ll see something that will spark some inspiration and you’ll have to search through my recipes for your next baking adventure!
A year ago, I began this blog. Now if you look at the menu on the right, the first post claims to be in July. However, that was before I knew how to schedule posts if I wrote them before the actual date I wanted them posted. While I allowed this blog to go live in late July, I technically started writing and blogging a year ago today. It’s funny how a year can pass by so quickly, and how even faster the world spins the older I get. But as I’ve hit my one year anniversary on Domestic B(i)atch, it’s still going, and I’d like to think in a stronger and more positive direction. This creative outlet has brought more joy in the past year than I anticipated, and I am grateful. I hope to continue blogging, bringing you into this world of food and style with me, and be as inspired by it as I am. Knowing that you can start doing something you have never done, have no idea what’s in store, read A LOT of articles and watch a lot of tutorials, cry a little, but smile more, and create something new in your life is really satisfying. It’s never too late to try something completely different.
I think there’s a responsibility as a baker in summer. And that responsibility is to fit strawberry and rhubarb into as many forms as possible. To finish off Galette Week I made the sweetest tiny galettes filled with strawberry and rhubarb for your summer consideration. The only thing better than dessert, is an individual dessert you don’t have to share. These would be great for a friend’s get together, picnic, or dinner party. Finish off the meal with everyone getting their own galette with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. Absolute heaven!
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