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Peach Pudding

content discovered on Tuesday, September 16, 2014

A friend brought me some peaches that needed to be used within a couple days so I came up with an idea. I love Banana Pudding and I love Peaches and Cream so why not make Peach Pudding. I used my regular Banana Pudding recipe (the kind you cook from scratch) but instead of using bananas I used peaches. OMGoodness! This is so good. It isn't too sweet and you get the slight tartness from the peaches. I did make one mistake, that wasn't really a mistake but something I would change the next time I make this... read more »

A Quick Food Tour At Paseo de Magallanes

content discovered on Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Katipunan craft beer at The Bottle Shop Very rarely I am in this part of Makati so whenever I'm in the area of Paseo de Magallanes, I try as much as I can to enjoy it in full blast. Food wise, that is.One Of The Best Pizza In Town inside Cafe Breton in Paseo de Magallanes I first heard about the pizzas being offered at Cafe Breton here in Paseo de Magallanes Commercial Complex from Jin Perez of Jin Loves To Eat but what really got my interest was her added remark that this is the only Cafe Breton br... read more »

Poke Cake | Labor Day Dessert

content discovered on Friday, August 29, 2014

Hello friends, are you gearing up for this long Labor Day Weekend?  What are your plans, will you be heading to the parks, a pool party, or just chillaxin at home?  I will be doing a little grilling using the Yoshi Grill Mats, cleaning out a few closets and watching movies. This holiday is Continue reading The post Poke Cake | Labor Day Dessert appeared first on Fashion and Fun after Fifty. read more »

Too Hot To Bake Cookies?

content discovered on Thursday, August 21, 2014

How often, have we wanted to make cookies and it was just too hot to turn on the oven? Well there has been a solution over the years, but not many are aware of it. The Italians have been doing it for many generations. The Italians called this type of cookie pizzelle. It is believed to be, one of the oldest cookies in the world. Originated in the 8th century. Many families would have hand held waffle irons made, with their family's initials or crest on n the iron. They would then hold the iron over an ope... read more »

Mason Jar Dump Cake

content discovered on Friday, August 15, 2014

Hello friends, are you ready for the weekend?  Here it is the middle of August so raise your hand if youll be heading to the beach or the shore this weekend?  Not me, but I will be hanging poolside, I hate traffic, I get enough of that during the week!   Todays Friday Foodie Feature Continue reading The post Mason Jar Dump Cake appeared first on Fashion and Fun after Fifty. read more »

Wines of the World At “The Buzz”

content discovered on Wednesday, August 13, 2014

The wines tonight came from around the world, Italy, Spain, New Zealand, Tuscany and France. The food came from different cruise lines and indeed was Cruise Food. And if you have ever been on a cruise and have eaten onboard, you know what a dedicated support team the kitchen Exec Chef has. When Cristi prepares [] read more »

Brownies in a Bowl | FAIL

content discovered on Friday, August 08, 2014

Hello friends, I hope all is well in your world. Todays Friday Foodie Feature comes with a warning! I decided to make Duncan Hines milk chocolate brownies in a bowl instead of a pan.  I followed the directions on the box, however, since I baked them in Pyrex bowls they should not have been filled Continue reading The post Brownies in a Bowl | FAIL appeared first on Fashion and Fun after Fifty. read more »

Battling The Bulge and Losing.

content discovered on Saturday, August 02, 2014

I keep telling myself, not to indulge in eating too much sweets, but gosh darn it! I just can't help myself. For when it comes to making fudge, I'm weak and I'm proud of it. For how can you say no, to such delicious sweet fudge?Whether its chocolate, peanut butter or any other fudge, it is so very hard to say no. Especially if it's Brown Sugar Fudge.This is one of my favorites to make during the holidays or just when I have a craving for sweets. Its simple, quick and delicious. Brown Sugar Fudge3 c. Bro... read more »

Blueberry Blue Velvet Cupcakes

content discovered on Friday, August 01, 2014

Hello friends, and Happy Fri-Yay! You guys know that I have been on this baking kick lately but I definitely need to scale back before the bathroom scale steps forward too much!  The problem seems to be there are so many new cake mixes on the market and those pretty colors just seems to draw Continue reading The post Blueberry Blue Velvet Cupcakes appeared first on Fashion and Fun after Fifty. read more »

Italian Night at Cafe Vicino in Boise

content discovered on Thursday, July 31, 2014

Wow! Such a great evening having some outstanding wines and an outstanding dinner prepared by Chef Richard Langston, a James Beard Award Nominee! A total of 7 courses and 7 wines. This superb restaurant is located at 808 W Fort St, Boise, ID 83702, (208) 472-1463. It might be a good idea to call for [] read more »

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