Things have been reeeeaaaaally quiet over here on the baking blog – lest you think I hadn't noticed my neglect, rest assured that it's been bugging me for weeks. I started working full time in April and since then my free time has been less plentiful and often takes place outside the hours of good natural light so essential to food photography. I also lived in an apartment with a shared kitchen stocked with other people's things, so I never knew what supplies I had to make a recipe.
None of this is an excuse, though. I should have prioritized this blog more. Baking makes me happy, as does blogging about it, but for some reason I haven't done either for the past few months. It's been a rough year, but I'm finally starting to feel like there's a light at the end of the tunnel, which should mean more energy and time and love to put into baked goods. The only catch is that I'm moving again, this time to Italy – I'll be living off savings and spending my days writing and yoga-ing and writing and hiking and writing. Hopefully a new book will form in those months of having nothing on my plate but writing and pasta. In which case, you may not see me here for a little bit longer. That said, should I find myself in need of a break from the computer screen, which is pretty likely, and hiking isn't doing the trick, you can bet I'll share whatever concoction I whip up over there on this blog here – fair warning, though, I'm not bringing my nice camera, so it'll be all-iPhone pics, all the time.
I knew I wanted to share this big change in my life with all of you (especially those of you who have been SO patient while I post so erratically!), so when a recipe for tiramisu landed in my inbox, it seemed like serendipity; I decided (despite this disturbing typo in the recipe) that I wanted to make it to celebrate my upcoming move and announce it here on the blog that has seen me through so many changes in location and circumstance. There were, as is customary in my life, a few things that went differently from the plan, but I got there in the end and the result was delicious – I can only hope my non-food-related life winds up so successful!