Happy Friday friends! In a few hours I will be in upstate NY at the Airbnb we rented to celebrate our 3 year anniversary. When we rented this cabin back in February, I pictured a snowy landscape and a fire inside and hot cocoa and a warm cabin where there is nothing on the agenda but relaxing! (Last year at this time we stayed in a hotel near Central Park and there was snow and 30 degree weather.) But quite on the contrary, it has been in the 60s/70s all week so it may mean we do some hiking and exploring outside, which is actually even better!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I mean, just yesterday I wore a dress without tights. Bare legs, everyone, in early March! How simply wonderful. Spring, are you really here to stay??
These chocolate biscotti are not any more difficult to make than homemade cookies, they just have to be shaped into a log, cut into slivers, and baked twice. These are dipped in a tahini glaze (tahini is a sesame paste that tastes very similar to peanut butter) and it pairs extremely well with the chocolate and chocolate chips.
Today I am guest posting over at Anchored to Sunshine where my fellow-blogger Amanda writes! She is from Florida and recently moved to Washington D.C., so we have that common ground in which we are both from the South and now we are attempting to make the Northeast our home!
Check out the full blog post and the recipe for these biscotti here!