Kiss Me Again (If We Kiss, #2) by Rachel VailKiss Me Again, the sequel to Rachel Vails beloved contemporary teen romance If We Kiss, follows Charlie (Charlotte) Collins as she struggles with her feelings for her longtime crush Kevin Lazarus after their parents marry and he becomes her stepbrother.
It was complicated enough when their parents were only dating and Kevin was going out with Charlies best friend, Tess. Now, living under one roof, Charlie and Kevin are crossing paths and crossing lines, sneaking around at night and then sitting down to breakfast together as a family. It feels so crazy—exciting, confusing, impossible, and romantic. It cant last, not like this, but if anybody discovers their secret, everything could explode. . . .
Praised for her wit and realism, award-winning author Rachel Vail delivers a poignant tale of first love and powerful kisses, at long last answering the question of what happens when a crush so off-limits it has to be fantasy suddenly becomes very real.
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Carrot Cake Whoopie Pie
I have not been able to express my love for carrot cake enough on my blog. I love carrot cake. Some friends share this love for carrot cake and they just so happened to ask me to make whoopie pies for their wedding… And wanted one of the flavors to be carrot cake. Done and Done. You know how at weddings people politely accept the cake put in front of their face, eat half of it and then move on to the dancing or what ever is next? The attendees of the wedding were eating 2 and 3 whoopies, EACH. So I would say they were a success.
When carrot cake day rolled around in our college cafeteria freshman year, she insisted that I try it. Being the way I am, I had of course thought that putting carrots in cake was for the birds, or at least people who like carrots. Deal with it. Anyway, for this friend of mine, The Bride, carrot cake is nothing short of food crack. When she sees it, she needs it, regardless of time, place, or level of hunger.
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And then I can hear myself breathe, which then makes me imagine all of the respiratory diseases that could potentially be lurking within my pleural cavity. Or it could be too loud. Roommates fighting with boyfriends or watching Glee at record-breaking decibels. But the gym? The gym has the whir of treadmills and the whiz of stationary bikes, all of which are perfectly boring and ignorable noises that distract me from trying to measure my lung capacity as I pedal along.
Another treasure from the kitchen. The students and Instructor Danielle Greco, a local cake baker, rated this the best recipe they made throughout the entire course. Line two baking sheets with Silpat baking mats or parchment paper, and set aside. In the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, combine sugars and butter; beat until light and fluffy, 3 to 4 minutes. Add eggs and vanilla, and beat on medium speed until well combined. In a large bowl, sift together flour, baking soda, baking powder, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger; stir to combine.