Introducing..Ask Bern!

Hey guys! No ones a perfect baker, believe it or not and we all have those I-don’t-know-what-I-did-wrong-or-how-to-fix-it. That’s why I’m starting ask Bern. In the comment section, tell me about any of your baking dilemmas and I’ll do my best to solve them. It can be anything from burnt cookies to soggy pie crusts. Just be sure to tell me exactly what you’re problem is. I’m here for you, so ask Bern!๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€

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23 thoughts on “Introducing..Ask Bern!

      1. Of course! I feel you I want followers too. I’m definitely following and you’re website looks beautiful. ๐Ÿ˜€xoxoxo My goal is 100 by Christmas lol

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  1. Hello, this looks like a lovely blog. I look forward to reading it.

    Can I make a suggestion? You refer to cup measurements, which don’t really translate in the UK (I don’t know whether the rest of Europe understand them – as they are metric, probably not). It would be incredibly helpful if you would write at the top of any recipe that uses cups that one cup is about 240ml (I looked this up online – I hope it is correct).

    Teaspoons and tablespoons are still used in the UK and, although I now think in metric, I can easily switch the units on my measuring scales to oz.

    I hope that this is some help. In the meantime – how would you ice gingerbread? It’s something I’ve never done but I am planning to have a go this Christmas.

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    1. Thank you for your suggestion, I love when people from out of the country visit my website, well I love when anyone visits! Here in the U.S. we don’t use the metric system, but since there are so many people out there I’ll try to do my best. And stay tuned until next weeks first ask Bern. Your question will be answered then. I know how the struggle of icing went for me! ๐Ÿ˜‚

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  2. Aha! I’ve thought of something – please could I have a recipe for corn muffins? I used to buy them when I was in the US (I lived in DC for a while as a child and used to visit often) but they are not really (ever) available to buy in the UK.

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