Corn season is in full force in California, so, naturally it’s an Elote (Mexican Grilled Corn) kind of day…
Two combined classics sandwiched into one delicious cookie! Yes, please…
For this recipe, I made smaller versions in reminiscence of the pandesal I had in the Philippines.
A couple of weeks ago I finally gave in to purchasing Christina Tosi’s Milk Bar Life Cookbook. Moving forward, I’ve turned the pages frontward and backwards, in contemplation of the next quirky recipe I am going to make…
This is one cookie recipe that you can add onto your ‘must bake’ list! They come out chewy, gooey and just down right delicious…
One day my youngest son, after baking a batch of chocolate chip cookies (one of his favorites), says to me, “You should make some Peanut Butter and Jelly Cookies…”
Replacing some of the butter with cream cheese created cookies that are soft, thick, moist, and tender. Although you can’t taste the cream cheese, the cookies have a richness and depth of flavor. Plus there’s an abundance of chocolate in every bite. The dough can be made in advance, refrigerated, and baked as desired, up to 5 days later. A great option to have for fresh, warm cookies without having to mix up dough.
I’ve been on a cookie baking binge the past few days, and this is one of three recipes I will share with you this week.
Well…here I am! Back in the cooking game after our 6th move in August. I will not go into much details …but, I am pretty sure this is THE ONE!
Of course, in my new little kitchen, the first meal I made (by request from our teen) was Pork Sinigang (Filipino sour soup or stew). A staple in any Filipino home, and quite the favorite for many–young and old. Thus, on the topic of Filipino food, comes the wondrous Pork Adobo…
There is nothing quite like the smell of fresh dough kneading in my kitchen…This morning what I have for you are sticky buns! It’s generally quite easy that even your little chefs in the kitchen can do it (with a little adult supervision, of course.)
Here we are, simply put…I was excited to try my new 12-inch bamboo steamer, definitely much larger than the mini 6-inch one I used in the past. What better way than to break them in with some Filipino-style siopao (Pork buns with hard-boiled eggs)!
Prep time- 2 hours. Filling assembly- 1 hour. Steaming- 30 minutes. Frying- 30 minutes. Satisfaction of homemade dumplings- Priceless.
Here’s a healthy alternative to frying ravioli…and less of a mess, too!
The rain has finally reached us…Hoorah! We’ve had a dry spell for a while. Moreover, with the eminent lack of snow a few ski resorts at Lake Tahoe have had to close down for the season.
I’ve made madeleines a few years ago, and back then I had no idea what I was getting into…you see, I have a love-hate relationship with baking, but for the most part,
I really don’t mind it. Really.