Hello everyone! Hope this finds you well. I know I’ve disappeared for a long period, but I plunged into work and forgot how time passed. Also, the infernal summer heat made the cooking in this period almost impossible. I still have a few simple summer recipes to share with you and I’ll probably do it… Continue reading Ideas for a Mini Candy Bar
Christmas is almost here, so I’ve decided to share this nice idea with you: a classic sugar cookies recipe that will instantly evoke Christmas memories. To create a festive feeling, I’ve added spices like cinnamon, cloves, ginger and nutmeg and I’ve decorated the cookies with an apple and cinnamon flavored royal icing. Ingredients: for sugar… Continue reading Christmas Sugar Cookies with Royal Icing
Treats at Halloween don’t have to be unhealthy and loaded with sugar. These pear ghosts are so simple to make. Display them at your table for a fun Halloween centerpiece. Ingredients: 4 ripe pears, peeled (leave stalk intact) 350 ml apple juice 1 cinnamon stick 8 cloves (for ghost eyes) sunflower seeds (for ghost teeth)… Continue reading Halloween Pear Ghosts
Eggs in Purgatory is a classic recipe that I’ve never tried it before. I’ve read about it; I’ve seen other persons trying it and sharing on their blogs about it. Because the pictures were so catchy I have decided to give it a try. It took me about 20 minutes, so I can say it’s… Continue reading Eggs in Purgatory
Saturn Peaches are a tasty alternative to regular peach varieties. They have an unusually flat shape, and are named for their resemblance to the rings of Saturn. They are also called Donut Peaches.
For today, I’ve prepared you a simple recipe with rhubarb: strawberry and rhubarb pie. I’ve recently discovered this amazing vegetable and if you have the occasion to test it don’t hesitate to do it. You won’t regret it. Rhubarb is a very old plant and its medicinal uses have been recorded in history since ancient… Continue reading Strawberry and Rhubarb Pie
Easter brings Fun, Easter brings Happiness, Easter brings God Endless Blessings, Easter brings fresh love… Happy Easter to You with all best wishes
Three days ago I started a little experiment. After adding spring onion into my salad, I decided to save the white part with small roots and keep it in a small water-filled pot. Surprisingly, green parts have begun growing since then and if everything goes well, I’ll be eating spring onion in a few weeks.… Continue reading Experiment of the Day: Spring Onion