My “Tuxedo” Banana Bread with blends of semi- and white chocolate chips are the best way to use up over-ripe bananas, and possibly the best slice to go with your morning coffee or tea!
For this recipe, I made smaller versions in reminiscence of the pandesal I had in the Philippines.
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’s a healthy alternative to frying ravioli…and less of a mess, too!
A collaboration with my hubby, as he prepped the lamb for me, whilst I whisked away at the remaining ingredients in the kitchen. We initially discovered ‘Beef Wellington’ from Gordon Ramsay‘s infamous television show Hell’s Kitchen. Throughout the years of watching this show and seeing hundreds of Beef Wellington made by the contestants during the dinner service, I made a self-promise that I would SOMEDAY make this dish.
I truly enjoy my do-nothing Sundays. No chores, and church usually takes place on a Saturday afternoon. So with all random task aside, I like to use my Sundays for food blogging, or in today’s case, for baking. Soft pretzels seem to be a good choice…
Summer truly is a great season to take advantage of the organic fruits that mother nature has intended for us to enjoy come harvest time. Hubby and I are lucky enough to have inherited a quaint orchard in the backyard of our new home. There are approximately 20 fruit trees consisting of apples, apricots, figs, pears, plums, and a full-grown pepper tree, as well. We also have some wild grapes, which pollinated from the winery next door, that have spread throughout the premise of the garden. Here are a few pictures I took, some trees of which I’ve marked ‘Not sure’ because I can’t tell them apart from peaches to apricots whilst they are still green. Enjoy!
It is the simplicity of French food, or in this case, French dessert that makes it ideal for re-creating at home. Here’s my creation using my two favorite things, blueberries…and edible flowers. Bon Appétit…
Sometimes we can all use a little bit of butterscotch and perhaps a few drizzle of caramel in our lives, right? Mix this together, along with a few other heartwarming ingredients and place it in a cast-iron skillet …My friends, you’ll have yourself a heart pouncing, whirlwind of a dessert in no time flat!