Welcome to Savor @ 350 Degrees, the official blog of Savor Baking Company. Here you will find the thoughts, dreams, and randomness that is Lexyne, owner of Savor. When she is not baking, testing a new recipe, or blogging, she can be found tweeting about life and that aforementioned randomness.
Savor Baking Company is a Chicago-based dessert catering company that prepares all of its products from scratch using all-natural ingredients.
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Today I ran 3.25 miles. You read that right: miles. Now, for those of you who exercise frequently, 3.25 miles may not seem so daunting. However, for me, it was definitely a milestone. You see, way back in high school … Continue reading
Inspiration is where you find it. There is something so magical about discovering your muse and bringing a vision to fruition. Some find inspiration in nature, others in a lover or close relative. Chicago-based artist Lauren Brescia found inspiration in … Continue reading
I have learned from my journey in bringing Savor Baking Company to life that it is necessary to take little steps. I mentioned in a previous post that I had a drastic career shift last year. I will not rehash … Continue reading
I celebrated a birthday earlier this month: number 32. I was grateful to my husband who cooked a nice dinner for me; and, I responded to all of my well-wishes from friends and family. Additionally, the temperatures were warm and … Continue reading
So, 2011 did not start off in the best way for me. The one bright spot of it is that my husband took me out to dinner and surprised me with a bouquet of roses and champagne when we returned … Continue reading
I had an interesting and enlightening conversation last week with a wise woman and fellow Spelman alumna, Erin Goseer Mitchell. I went to Erin’s home to deliver a caramel cake, but the event turned into something more than a business … Continue reading
I do not know exactly when I first held a measuring cup in my hand. But I do remember that the many times that my mother and I made sweet potato pies we did not measure ingredients. In fact, if … Continue reading