Do you LOVE chocolate? (I do! I do!) How about Dark Chocolate? (Absolutely, without a question!!!) Now, if you combine your love of chocolate with the deliciousness of Sea Salt along with the all-time favorite movie watching snack - Popcorn, then you have a snack that everyone will LOVE.The first time I made this, it was meant to be as a hostess gift. Guess what?! My lovely and oh so sexy Husband and I ate the entire first batch! Can you say "Oink!"? But we only tasted it one kernel at a time. We ratione... read more »
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This post is especially for Tresia, a reader from Namibia who saw the photo of my mom's cheesecake on Easter and asked for the recipe.
I thought I'd share it. It needs to be shared. Her cheesecakes are one of her many masterpieces. Friends joked in the past that she should do catering. It is just that good. Mom bought me my own springform pan which I look forward to use. I'm less experienced as a baker, but I look forward to this challenge someday, and will post step by step photos. Until then, Mom was ... read more »
Happy Monday friends! I hope you all had a fabulous weekend, and much fun celebrating Cinco de Mayo and the Kentucky Derby. It was a pretty dreary weekend her in Cola, gray clouds looming overhead and the threat of rain at any second. But that didn't stop me from a trip to the local farmer's market downtown with my girlfriend Katie and her son Luke.
Isn't he the cutest?! He had a blast too!!We had a great time shopping the local vendors and supporting a local crepe place, Crepes and Croissants. Absol... read more »
I know I keep saying I'm trying to be better about posting here, but as of lately I've just been swamped with work and other things happening in life. And since I'm on the computer most of the day with work, my eyes just get a little tired of staring at the computer sometimes, and the hubs is really wanting me to spend more quality time with him not plugged in. Can I please say this is so hard for me!! Even not being plugged in on the computer I tend to either have the iPad, my phone, or my kindle in my ... read more »
Howdy! Thanks for all the comments on yesterdays WIAW post and for all the entries into my SUPER giveaway! I cant wait to pick a winner this weekend! Today I am brining back an old favorite that has fallen to the way side a bit over the last few monthslink love! Well more of a [...] read more »
Last weekend, me and my boyfriend, made this scrumptious Vegetarian dinner and I wanted to share the recipe with you. We got a few ideas off the internet and then cobbled this together ourselves to make our own yummy dinner.
For the flat bread, we used the bread maker to make it from scratch.
1 1/2 C. warm water1 tsp. salt1 Tbs. sugar4 C. flour1 1/2 Tbs olive oil2 tsp. yeast
This recipe makes kind of a lot of dough, we only really needed half the amount for this dinner, and the bread make... read more »
留學期間，其中一樣最鐘意打發時間既方法就係煮野食，而tiramisu就係我其中一個拿手甜品。係香港買以下既材料可能有d貴，但係西方國家就唔算貴啦！ *tiramisu 在意大利文指pick me up，實在是一個很浪漫的甜品！ When I was living abroad, one of the ways to spare my time is to cook, and Tiramisu is one of my signature dishes! Its a bit expensive to buy the ingredients in Hong Kong, Continue reading read more »
Sorry for the bad photos again, I almost forgot to take them at all because I was anxious to try these out.They were delicious! Matt and Davis agree so these will be added to our regular recipe rotation.Ingredients:2 cans of Grands biscuits (or more if you want more than ten of these)1 lb. chicken cooked and chopped up1 small bag or mixed vegetables1 12 oz. jar of chicken gravy1/2 cup shredded cheese of your choice (we used a mexican blend)Mix together the cooked chicken, vegetables, gravy and 1/2 of the... read more »
So I dont know about you but I LOVE Chinese food. I love to get a big warm bag of take out, with egg rolls, and saucy dishes, however now that I am being more in the know about my Continue reading read more »