French Onion Soup is a wonderful recipe with very cheap ingredients. I admire the French for this soup. They managed to transform an ordinary onion soup in a landmark of their culinary tradition. Onion soups have been popular at least as far back as Roman times. Throughout history, they were seen as food for poor… Continue reading French Onion Soup
A pleasing combination of strawberries, blackberries, bananas and pineapple stirred into a fruity gelatin. Add a whipped topping and you’ll have a complete, refreshing and romantic dessert. Ingredients: 10 g gelatin 160 ml canned pineapple juice 70 g crushed pineapple, drained 100 g strawberries 50 g blackberries 1/2 banana, peeled and sliced whipped topping (optional)… Continue reading Valentine’s Day Fruit Salad
Who can resist chocolate? It’s such a great treat, but what if you add peanuts and dried cranberries? You’ll have something divine and using a mixture of dark and white chocolate you can’t go wrong. Also this can be a wonderful gift for your friends and family. Ingredients: 100 g white chocolate 100 g dark… Continue reading Chocolate Fantasy
Best wishes to you and your family during this holiday season.Merry Christmas!
Here are some last-minute Christmas decorating ideas. All you need is a few household items and a little time (probably less than an hour). Learn how to make these wonderful yarn hats to decorate your house in a unique way or how to wrap the perfect Christmas present. Enjoy! How to Make Little Christmas Hats?… Continue reading Last-Minute Christmas Decorations
Hello everyone! Hope this finds you well. I’ve been extremely busy lately, splitting myself between work and school and I haven’t been active on this blog for a while. Now I have some free time and I’ll try to organize and arrange some upcoming posts for 2015. Being so busy, I barely had time for… Continue reading No-Bake Recipe: Coconut Snowballs