I spent a week in Seattle with my family and as always, I had an incredible time and the weather was PERFECTION! “What? It didn’t rain the whole time? I thought it always rains in Seattle?” Alright people, in the seven days that I watched my kids play in the park, jump on my parents trampoline, went for a boat ride on Lake Washington, swam in my parents pool, enjoyed Bamboo GardenÂ before Passover began and then went to Synagogue during the Holiday, it only rained once. ONCE! I kinda wish we had time to go on a hike but I’ll save that for my next trip to Seattle, which will actually be very soon and I looooooove Summer in Seattle.
I don’t really do any cooking when I come home because my parents hire the most amazing chef on the planet (we forever love you Thierry!) to come cook all of our Passover meals and he is insanely talented. He is originally from France and he loves butter! Since Thierry doesn’t really bake for Passover, I decided to make a few desserts to have around the house as snacks and also to serve at our Seder meals. So here are a few of the gluten free things I made…Lemon Meringue Coconut Macaroons,Â Chocolate Love Muffins (with almond butter),Â Cinnamon Raisin (and Chocolate Chip)Â MandelbrodtÂ andÂ 5 Minute Banana Muffins. I wanted to make this richÂ chocolate cakeÂ and theseÂ maple pecan muffins also but my dad said I was using up all the honey and maple syrup so he cut me off. Oh man, and a not-so-gluten-free treat that I wish I was eating but I must share anyways: Passover Coconut Macaroon Twix Bars.
Here are some pics of my trip…
And that’s my trip, in a nutshell. Now back to New York and back to reality. See you soon, Seattle!!!