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Welcome to Stellina Sweets! I’ve been thinking about starting a blog for a while now, and I am very excited to finally take the plunge! I often find it difficult to contain my excitement/glee/joy about the minute details of baked goods; it is not unusual for me to get disparaging looks or comments like, “Um, it’s just a cookie,” while espousing the loveliness of Irish butter. I hope some kindred spirits reading this will understand my plight. 😉 There are constantly ideas floating through my dessert-obsessed brain: cake flavors, decoration themes, cookie mix-ins, reasons to use Oreos… I tend to view the world around me through a “dessert” lens– How can I make [x] into a cupcake? I decided it was time to move said ideas out of my head, into the mixer, and hopefully into other people’s kitchens! Please check back soon for my first recipe post. There will be chocolate.

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I’m really sorry for the ugly airport photography, but I have to tell you about my last meal in Portugal. They do a lot of sandwiches there, and I didn’t have a chance to try one because I was cramming my face with other delicious things. But at the airport was a bakery that had these big, pillowy sandwiches stuffed with cured ham and a fabulous soft cheese called Serra. It was fairly unassuming, not even particularly attractive – but it was one of the best things I ate on the whole trip. P.S. Also got to try the Portuguese version of millefeuille, which is called Mil Folha and is filled with egg custard rather than pastry cream. Portugal, I luuuurve you, and I can’t wait to come back! 💖😍😘

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