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Two Peas and Their Pod: June 2008

Monday, June 30, 2008

Perfect Pasta

For our wedding we got the pasta attachment for our Kitchenaid Mixer. We had Janette, Stephanie, and Ang over for dinner on Sunday so we had a good excuse to try it out.

On Sunday we made the pasta dough and let it rest for twenty minutes. Utah is really dry so we had to add more water than expected, but it felt like the right consistency, so we went with it.

Josh used to work at Little Caesar's back in the day so he claimed he was the dough king! He was right! He really worked the dough and the pasta turned out GREAT!!

We started with four mounds of pasta dough.

We had to put these through the machine multiple times.

The dough kept getting bigger and bigger!

Finally, it was thin enough. We cut it into fettucine noodles.

The noodles got really long so we cut them into thirds.

We laid the noodles out to dry. They were everywhere!

The dried noodles, ready to be boiled.

They didn't take long to cook!

We made a fresh pasta sauce to go with our homemade noodles.

When it was time to eat we were very pleased with the results. The pasta was delicious! It was fun to make too! We can't wait to try tortellini, ravioli, and other noodles. Thanks to Stephanie, Janette, and Ang for being our guinea pigs! It was a fun night!

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Friday, June 27, 2008

Downtown SLC Farmer's Market

The Downtown Farmer's Market is open for the season! It opened on our wedding day and I really wanted to go, but we ran out of time, imagine that! So we went last weekend for the first time. There isn't a lot of produce ready yet, but that didn't stop the crowds. It was busy, busy! This year they added new sidewalks all around Pioneer Park. I think it will help with the congestion. Luckily, the park is shady and a great place to spend Saturday mornings. There are lots of things to see and taste.

In addition to the produce, the Market also offers a variety of fresh baked breads and pastries, cheeses, meat and seafood, jams and honeys, house and garden plants, arranged planters, and numerous handmade arts & crafts. Unique food vendors also are a part of the Market, offering prepared foods and beverages. You can also listen to live music, watch cooking demonstrations, and I always have fun looking at the dogs! Just watch where you step!

If you are looking for a fun Saturday activity, check out the Farmer's Market. The produce gets better as the summer moves along. I can't wait for watermelon, eggplant, squash, sweet corn, and of course Utah peaches!
So support your local farmer's and head on down!! Give us a call if you want to meet up, we go early:)

When: Saturdays - June 14 thru Oct 18
8:00 am to 1:00 pm
Where: Historic Pioneer Park
(300 South & 300 West)

If you don't live in the SLC area, there are other markets in Utah. Check out the following page:

Have fun and enjoy the summer!


Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Tiny Tarts

My dad is a pro when it comes to baking, cooking, and pretty much everything else. He came in town a week early for our wedding and offered to help us with the baking. We gave him the biggest assignment...making Dorie's tarts. He made them for my brother's wedding a year ago and they were fabulous so of course I put them on the menu.

The pops started making the tart dough on Tuesday. Luckily, it can be kept in the refrigerator for a couple of days with no harm:) On Wednesday, he started making the lemon cream filling.
Let me tell you about this lemon is the most amazing thing you will ever taste:) When we made these for Forest and Ivy's wedding we couldn't get over how tasty the lemon cream was. We even got a great photo of my dad licking the blender. I loved the picture so I sent it to Dorie Greenspan, the genius behind this recipe, and ever since that story we have been great friends. I know, I know, I talk about her all the time, but she really is a wonderful person. She even sent us well wishes on our wedding day:)

Ok, back to the after my dad finished the lemon cream filling, he made the dark chocolate ganache filling. This one took some time, not because it is hard, but because my dad wasn't measuring correctly. He would get it to the proper consistency and then at the last minute he would throw in extra handfuls of chocolate??? In this case, you can have too much chocolate, the ganache was SUPER thick. Still tasty, but not fit for the tartlettes. So my dad had to try this one a couple of times.

On Saturday my dad filled the tarts at the Jenkins' and garnished them with raspberries and blueberries. They were amazing! Everyone is still talking about the tiny tarts!

Even Aubrey was in heaven. I am surprised my Dad shared:)

There were tarts everywhere! My dad made almost 400!

And they were all gobbled up! They were the hit of the party!

So I promised to share the recipe. I love sharing recipes..but I really think it is time everyone goes out and buys Dorie's book, Baking From My Home to Yours.

This book is worth every penny and then some. I have a signed copy from Dorie and I LOVE it! Every recipe is a winner! If you can't wait for the recipe, here it is! ENJOY!! These are a family favorite!!

First, is the tart dough recipe. You can make it with nuts but we opted not to for the wedding, since Josh is deathly allergic. I really didn't want to spend our wedding night in the hospital:) My dad made them in mini muffin tins. You can make a big tart if you wish. The little ones are so adorable though!

Sweet Tart Dough

Makes enough for one 9-inch crust

Storing: Well wrapped, the dough can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 5 days or frozen for up to 2 months. While the fully baked crust can be packed airtight and frozen for up to 2 months, I prefer to freeze the unbaked crust in the pan and bake it directly from the freezer—it has a fresher flavor. Just add about 5 minutes to the baking time.

In French, this dough is called pâte sablée because it is buttery, tender and sandy (that's what sablée means). It's much like shortbread, and it's ideal for filling with fruit, custard or chocolate.

The simplest way to make a tart shell with this dough is to press it into the pan. You can roll out the dough, but the high proportion of butter to flour and the inclusion of confectioners' sugar makes it finicky to roll. I always press it into the pan, but if you want to roll it, I suggest you do so between sheets of plastic wrap or wax paper or inside a rolling slipcover (see page 491 of the book).

1-1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 cup confectioners' sugar
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 stick plus 1 tablespoon (9 tablespoons)
very cold (or frozen) unsalted butter, cut into small pieces
1 large egg yolk

Put the flour, confectioners' sugar and salt in a food processor and pulse a couple of times to combine. Scatter the pieces of butter over the dry ingredients and pulse until the butter is coarsely cut in—you should have some pieces the size of oatmeal flakes and some the size of peas. Stir the yolk, just to break it up, and add it a little at a time, pulsing after each addition. When the egg is in, process in long pulses—about 10 seconds each—until the dough, which will look granular soon after the egg is added, forms clumps and curds. Just before you reach this stage, the sound of the machine working the dough will change—heads up. Turn the dough out onto a work surface and, very lightly and sparingly, knead the dough just to incorporate any dry ingredients that might have escaped mixing.

To press the dough into the pan: Butter a 9-inch fluted tart pan with a removable bottom. Press the dough evenly over the bottom and up the sides of the pan, using all but one little piece of dough, which you should save in the refrigerator to patch any cracks after the crust is baked. Don't be too heavy-handed—press the crust in so that the edges of the pieces cling to one another, but not so hard that the crust loses its crumbly texture. Freeze the crust for at least 30 minutes, preferably longer, before baking.

To partially or fully bake the crust: Center a rack in the oven and preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.

Butter the shiny side of a piece of aluminum foil and fit the foil, buttered side down, tightly against the crust. (Since you froze the crust, you can bake it without weights.) Put the tart pan on a baking sheet and bake the crust for 25 minutes. Carefully remove the foil. If the crust has puffed, press it down gently with the back of a spoon. For a partially baked crust, patch the crust if necessary, then transfer the crust to a cooling rack (keep it in its pan).

To fully bake the crust: Bake for another 8 minutes or so, or until it is firm and golden brown. (I dislike lightly baked crusts, so I often keep the crust in the oven just a little longer. If you do that, just make sure to keep a close eye on the crust's progress—it can go from golden to way too dark in a flash.) Transfer the tart pan to a rack and cool the crust to room temperature before filling.

To patch a partially or fully baked crust, if necessary: If there are any cracks in the baked crust, patch them with some of the reserved raw dough as soon as you remove the foil. Slice off a thin piece of the dough, place it over the crack, moisten the edges and very gently smooth the edges into the baked crust. If the tart will not be baked again with its filling, bake for another 2 minutes or so, just to take the rawness off the patch.

Sweet Tart Dough with Nuts: This dough has a slightly more assertive flavor than Sweet Tart Dough above, but you can use the two interchangeably. For the nut dough, reduce the amount of flour to 1-1/4 cups and add 1/4 cup finely ground almonds (or walnuts, pecans or pistachios).

Source: Baking From My Home to Yours

Now for the Lemon Cream! This will knock your socks off! You will need an Instant Read Thermometer and a Blender.

The Most Extraordinary French Lemon Cream Tart

Makes 8 servings

The filling in this tart is everything. It is the lemon cream I learned to make from Pierre Hermé, and it is the ne plus ultra of the lemon world. The tart is basic—a great crust, velvety lemon cream—and profoundly satisfying. It is also profoundly play-aroundable. You can add a fruit topping (circlets of fresh rasp-berries are spectacular with this tart) or a layer of fruit at the bottom; you can finish the tart with meringue; or you can serve it with anything from whipped cream to raspberry coulis.

1 9-inch tart shell made with Sweet Tart Dough, fully baked and cooled

1 cup sugar
Finely grated zest of 3 lemons
4 large eggs
1/2 cup fresh lemon juice (from 4-5 lemons)
2 sticks plus 5 tablespoons (10-1/2 ounces)
unsalted butter, cut into tablespoon-size
pieces, at room temperature

Getting Ready: Have an instant-read thermometer, a strainer and a blender (first choice) or food processor at hand. Bring a few inches of water to a simmer in a saucepan.

Put the sugar and zest in a large heatproof bowl that can be set over the pan of simmering water. Off the heat, rub the sugar and zest together between your fingers until the sugar is moist, grainy and very aromatic. Whisk in the eggs, followed by the lemon juice.

Set the bowl over the pan, and start stirring with the whisk as soon as the mixture feels tepid to the touch. Cook the lemon cream until it reaches 180 degrees F. As you whisk—you must whisk constantly to keep the eggs from scrambling—you'll see that the cream will start out light and foamy, then the bubbles will get bigger, and then, as it gets closer to 180 degrees F, it will start to thicken and the whisk will leave tracks. Heads up at this point—the tracks mean the cream is almost ready. Don't stop whisking or checking the temperature, and have patience—depending on how much heat you're giving the cream, getting to temp can take as long as 10 minutes.

As soon as it reaches 180 degrees F, remove the cream from the heat and strain it into the container of the blender (or food processor); discard the zest. Let the cream stand, stirring occasionally, until it cools to 140 degrees F, about 10 minutes.

Turn the blender to high (or turn on the processor) and, with the machine going, add the butter about 5 pieces at a time. Scrape down the sides of the container as needed as you incorporate the butter. Once the butter is in, keep the machine going—to get the perfect light, airy texture of lemon-cream dreams, you must continue to blend the cream for another 3 minutes. If your machine protests and gets a bit too hot, work in 1-minute intervals, giving the machine a little rest between beats.

Pour the cream into a container, press a piece of plastic wrap against the surface to create an airtight seal and refrigerate for at least 4 hours or overnight. (The cream will keep in the fridge for 4 days and, or tightly sealed, in the freezer for up to 2 months; thaw it overnight in the refrigerator.)

When you are ready to assemble the tart, just whisk the cream to loosen it and spoon it into the tart shell. Serve the tart, or refrigerate 'until needed.

Serving: It's a particular pleasure to have this tart when the cream is cold and the crust is at room temperature. A raspberry or other fruit coulis is nice, but not necessary; so is a little crème fraîche. I know it sounds odd to offer something as rich as crème fraîche with a tart like this, but it works because the lemon cream is so light and so intensely citric, it doesn't taste or feel rich.

Storing: While you can make the lemon cream ahead, once the tart is constructed, it's best to eat it the day it is made.

Source: Baking From My Home to Yours

And finally, the dark chocolate filling! I recommend using a food scale to measure out the chocolate, don't just guess and throw in handfuls like my dad did:) We used Dorie's Sweet Tart Dough for these too!

Bittersweet Chocolate Filling

Makes (8) 4-in tartlets or about (24) 2-in mini tartlets


1 cup cream

2 tablespoons sugar

8 ounces bittersweet chocolate (between 50% to 60%), chopped

1 large egg

Heat the cream and sugar in a small saucepan to boiling. Pour over the chopped chocolate and whisk together until combined.

Whisk the egg into the chocolate mixture. Whisk until silky smooth.

Pour the filling into the shells. Let set up for a bit.

Garnish with raspberries.

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Monday, June 23, 2008

Traditional Madelines

For our wedding, we received lots of new kitchen gadgets. Everyone was extremely generous! We can't thank everyone enough!!

We had free time this weekend so we decided to try out some of our new toys! We started with gelato! We couldn't wait to use our new Cuisinart Commercial Ice Cream really is the dream machine.

We made Dorie's Vanilla Bean and Dark Chocolate Ganache Gelato with raspberries. They were both really tasty! Sorry the picture isn't the greatest!

I love the built in freezer in our new Cuisinart...we can make batch after batch! This could be dangerous though:) We hope everyone will come visit us this summer. We promise to have gelato, ice cream, or sorbet in the freezer!

We also made Dorie's Traditional Madelines. I have been eyeing this recipe in her book for a long time, but didn't have the pan...well now we have it so we gave them a try! They were fabulous! They are a cakey cookie with a hint of lemon and they are dusted with powdered sugar. Madelines are a very elegant cookie, but easy to make!

We were able to use our new Kitchenaid Mixer too! I am in love!! I love the Professional Model. We are going to be baking up a storm in our kitchen!!

Here is the Madeline will need a Madeline can find them at Williams Sonoma, Sur la Table, Bed Bath and Beyond, etc. Go out and splurge on a new pan...these cookies are worth it!

Dorie’s Traditional Madeleines

2/3 cup all-purpose flour
¾ teaspoon baking powder
Pinch of salt
½ cup sugar
Grated zest of 1 lemon ( I added more zest)
2 large eggs, at room temperature
2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
¾ stick (6 tablespoons) unsalted butter, melted and cooled
Confectioners' sugar, for dusting

Whisk together the flour, baking powder and salt.

Working in a mixer bowl, or in a large bowl, rub the sugar and lemon zest together with your fingertips until the sugar is moist and fragrant. Add the eggs to the bowl. Working with the whisk attachment, or with a hand mixer, beat the eggs and sugar together on medium-high speed until pale, thick and light, 2 to 3 minutes. Beat in the vanilla. With a rubber spatula, very gently fold in the dry ingredients, followed by the melted butter. Press a piece of plastic wrap against the surface of the batter and refrigerate it for at least 3 hours, or for up to 2 days. This long chill period will help the batter form the hump that is characteristic of madeleines. (For convenience, you can spoon the batter into the madeleine molds, cover and refrigerate, then bake the cookies directly from the fridge; see below for instructions on prepping the pans.)

GETTING READY TO BAKE: Center a rack in the oven and preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Butter 12 full-size madeleine molds, or up to 36 mini madeleine molds, dust the insides with flour and tap out the excess. Or, if you have a nonstick pan (or pans), give it a light coating of vegetable cooking spray. If you have a silicone pan, no prep is needed. Place the pan(s) on a baking sheet.

Spoon the batter into the molds, filling each one almost to the top. Don't worry about spreading the batter evenly, the oven's heat will take care of that. Bake large madeleines for 11 to 13 minutes, and minis for 8 to 10 minutes, or until they are golden and the tops spring back when touched. Remove the pan(s) from the oven and release the madeleines from the molds by rapping the edge of the pan against the counter. Gently pry any recalcitrant madeleines from the pan using your fingers or a butter knife. Transfer the cookies to a rack to cool to just warm or to room temperature.

If you are making minis and have more batter, bake the next batch(es), making certain that you cool, then properly prepare the pan(s) before baking.

Just before serving, dust the madeleines with confectioners' sugar.

Makes 12 large or 36 mini cookies. Serve the cookies when they are only slightly warm or when they reach room temperature.

Storing: Although the batter can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 2 days, the madeleines should be eaten soon after they are made. You can keep them overnight in a sealed container, but they really are better on day 1. If you must store them, wrap them airtight and freeze them; they'll keep for up to 2 months.

Note: I came out with 14 large madelines and they didn’t take very long to bake. I think I did them for 8-9 minutes…so watch them closely!

Excerpted from Baking From My Home to Yours

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Friday, June 20, 2008

Kym's Creations

One of my best friends, Kym, is an amazing baker and cake decorator. So when she heard we were getting married she generously offered to help us with our special day. She helped me look at wedding and food blogs for months and helped me stay sane:) I think I changed the menu a bizzilion times! But she knew I was set on having as many Dorie recipes as possible so she offered to make Dorie's sugar cookies with an L monogram. They were the CUTEST cookies I have ever seen!!

We bagged them and tied them with black ribbon. Every place setting got a special L cookie. They really made the tables look great!! And they were tasty too:)

Now onto the cake. Kym is getting her PHd at the U in Molecular Biology so she rarely has time to do cakes, but when she does, WOW!!! She is amazing! When we lived together I saw her in action and I still don't know how she does it. She is very creative and talented.
So when Kym said she wanted to paint a design on our cake...I said go for it! We knew it would be gorgeous...and gorgeous is right! Our cake was out of this world!
Kym brought it to the reception and I was in awe. It turned out better than expected...and I had high hopes too:)

Isn't it the best cake ever???

I didn't want to cut it because it was so pretty...but Kym did make a Dorie cake, so I had to try it:) It was Dorie's Devils Food with chocolate buttercream. It had mini chocolate chips in the cake too! It was rich, moist, and super tasty!! I am glad we got a taste.

Thanks Kym for all of your hard work! Hopefully someday soon you will have a bakery:)
To see some of Kym's other creations visit her blog:
She is amazing!!!!

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Thursday, June 19, 2008

The Baking Bride

So everyone told me I was crazy because I wanted to make all of the treats for our wedding, but it was SO much fun. I would have been bored if I didn't have any baking to do. Everything went well...minus a couple batches of macarons, but I was expecting that. They are tricky little cookies!
I was done with all of my baking by Thursday night so on Friday we just relaxed! Here are some photos of the treats I made!

Chocolate Covered Oreos

Chocolate Crinkles

Brownie Buttons

Dorie's Chewy Chunky Blondies

Parisian Hazelnut Macarons

Coconut Lime Snowballs

Ok, I think that is it! It was a busy week, but I loved being in the kitchen. I have had several requests for my recipes so I am going to start you out with the Coconut Lime Snowballs, they are Joshua's favorite. We had lots of other food and goodies, but I will post about them later:)

Lime-Glazed Coconut Snowballs

If you cannot find superfine sugar, you can obtain a
close approximation by processing regular granulated
sugar in a food processor for about 20 seconds.

Makes about 40 cookies

Butter Cookie Dough

2 1/2 cups unbleached all-purpose flour (12 1/2ounces)

1 teaspoon grated lime zest ( I always add extra, maybe zest of 2 limes)

3/4 cup superfine sugar (5 1/2 ounces)

1/4 teaspoon table salt

16 tablespoons unsalted butter (2 sticks), cut into

sixteen 1/2-inch pieces, at cool room temperature

(about 65 degrees)

2 teaspoons vanilla extract

2 tablespoons cream cheese , at room temperature


1 tablespoon cream cheese , at room temperature

3 tablespoons lime juice (again I add extra, I love lime)

1 1/2 cups confectioners' sugar (6 ounces)

1 1/2 cups sweetened shredded coconut , pulsed in food
processor until finely chopped, about fifteen 1-second

1. FOR THE COOKIES: In bowl of standing mixer fitted
with flat beater, mix flour, lime zest, sugar, and
salt on low speed until combined, about 5 seconds.
With mixer running on low, add butter 1 piece at a
time; continue to mix until mixture looks crumbly and
slightly wet, about 1 minute longer.

Add vanilla and cream cheese and mix on low until
dough just begins to form large clumps, about 30

2. Use hands to roll dough into 1-inch balls. Place on
parchment-lined baking sheets, spacing about 1 1/2
inches apart. Bake one batch at a time in 375-degree
oven until lightly browned, about 12 minutes. Cool to
room temperature.

3. FOR THE GLAZE: Whisk cream cheese and 2 tablespoons
lime juice in medium bowl until combined and no lumps
remain. Whisk in confectioners' sugar
until smooth, adding remaining lime juice as needed
until glaze is thin enough to spread easily.

4. Dip tops of cookies into glaze and scrape away
excess, then dip into coconut. Set cookies on
parchment-lined baking sheet; let stand until
glaze dries and sets, about 20 minutes

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Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Just Married!

Well, we finally did it! We are married!!! The entire wedding week was perfect. We had so much fun spending time with friends and family. The actual wedding day was a dream come true. The day was perfect from start to finish. We are so grateful to everyone who helped with our special day!!

We were obviously very busy so we didn't have time to take our own pictures, but we know there were several cameras out there... we smiled for them all:) So hopefully we will get some pictures back soon so we can share them with everyone. We stole this one from Ben and Whit's blog..thanks guys:)

We do have some pictures of our honeymoon. We went to the Pennington/Dewey cabin east of Kamas. It was nice to relax and finally get some sleep! We did take some time to enjoy the outdoors. We went on a drive on Sunday to see the scenery. It was our lucky day because they were filming some kayakers at the Falls. It was fun to watch!

We were also amazed at how green the mountains were. Utah is never this green in June...or ever! And there was still a TON of snow!!

We had a great honeymoon! Thanks Gram and the Dewey's, the cabin was amazing!
We will be posting lots of pictures soon so check back!


Thank you!

We want to thank all of our friends and family for helping with our wedding. It really was the perfect day! A lot of work went on behind the scenes and we are so grateful for everyone that helped out. We were able to relax and enjoy our wedding thanks to everyone's hard work!

We are so blessed to have so many wonderful people in our lives. We appreciate all of your love and support. We would not be where we are today without you! Thanks for everything! We are very lucky to be surrounded by so many amazing people.

Mr. and Mrs. Lichty


Monday, June 09, 2008

Name Change

On Saturday I will officially become a Lichty...a WHAT??? Yes, a LICHTY!!! Every time I tell people what my new name will be they react the same way...What??? How do you spell that??? Where does that name come from??? Say it again. Lickity??? NO, I said LICHTY!! (pronounced like Lickty.) Then I always here...are you sure you want to change your name? Yes, I am sure!!

On Saturday, June 14th I will be a Lichty. Don't get me wrong, I love being a Dixon and I always will be one at heart, but it is time to change the name. I know it will be a hassle...getting a new SS number, license, business cards, email, etc. but it will be worth it in the end! I am excited to become a Lichty!! Yes, A LICHTY!!!

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Thursday, June 05, 2008

Got Milk?

Everyone should know by now that we LOVE a great deal. Well, Smith's and Albertson's both had great cereal sales within the past month so we decided to stock up. Cereal for $1.00 a box, how could we pass this up?? And it was for good kinds too...General Mills and Post! A true bargain! With food prices soaring, we decided that we would get as many boxes as we could.

We started at Albertson's early in May...we bought several boxes the week of the sale, but then they ran out so we got two rain checks to come back. The rain checks were for 60 boxes of cereal! Yahoo!!
In the meantime we hit up Smith's for their sale...we loaded up almost every day of the sale and we have been eating like champions ever since:)

So last night we decided to cash in our rain checks at Albertson's. The first store we went to we had huge success. We got our 30 boxes and the generous guy at the checkout let us use multiple coupons for 75 cents off! So in the end we got 30 boxes for $22.15! Talk about a bargain! 74 cents a box!! This was the deal of the century!!

So we loaded up the car and went to the next store. This time we had a little problem. The lady had to get approval from the manager and he was not happy with our rain check. He said they are not supposed to honor the sale after it is over. We chatted for a bit and in the end he gave us the sale, although he was not happy. He gave us a good scowl, but at least we got the green light to purchase our cereal!! So we ended up with 60 boxes last night! Plus, we had all of the cereal from earlier in the month.

Our pantry is a dream! The choices are endless...we have whatever you are in the mood for. Cheerios (4 different kinds), Kix-kid tested mother approved, Curves, Honey Bunches of Oats (3 kinds), Honeycombs, Trix-they aren't just for kids, Lucky Charms, Chex (2 kinds), Honey Nut Shredded Wheat, Golden Grahams, and Raisin Bran.

So if want to start your day out right with the breakfast of champions, visit the Lichty's:) We have the whole cereal aisle at our house!!


Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Sign In Book

One of my best friends, Amber Hansen, made our sign in book for our wedding reception. Amber is amazing!! Not only did she create this beautiful book for us...but she made it while she was 9 months pregnant and chasing around three little kids!

The book is perfect! It fits our black and white theme to a T! Every page is a masterpiece and so creative! We can't wait for our guests to sign it...only 11 days to go:)

Thanks again Amber!! We will miss you at the wedding but good luck with your new bundle of joy! We love you!

Here are some pictures of the book. To see the whole thing you have to come to our wedding reception:)