Wanting to feed some good comfort home bake that will be appreciated by all ages. I will share the recipe with you here.
Teatime? Try a quick mix pikelet. They may not be the smashed avocado on sourdough, or the fashionable Baci, but they taste seriously good, especially when served warm with topping. Very Australian! Perfect for Anzac Day traditions and treats.
A sweet treat for the weekend. Something quick, easy to make and delicious to eat. And what's more - it is traditional! What could be better?
If you live in the North, you are heading straight into winter, so a hearty warm casserole that can utilize leftovers, is just the ticket! The Taste of Poland!
When you have had a series of rainy days there is nothing better than a good hearty stew, and we can thank the Irish for the basis of the stew that I cooked this week, which satisfied 8 teenage appetites. We can also thank the Naxon company in Chicago for first developing a rudimentary… Continue reading Winter in South/Autumn in North
Succumbing as my family are to the cravings they feel in the late afternoons, they drift out to the kitchen, one by one, muttering the daily question, "What's for dinner, Mum?" [ At this point, I have to steel myself and feign deafness, [clearly unsuccessfully], as I am always asked a second time, "What's for dinner?"
Juhls at the Not So Creative Cook posted a recipe that had me intrigued: Yema Cake with a condensed milk frosting. - That sounds different, I thought! A traditional cake from the Philippines: great! I have made butter icing, royal icing, even cream cheese icing, but never condensed milk icing, so I decided I had… Continue reading Tantalizing Tuesday – Yema Cake
We must take advantage of blueberries when they are in season. They are cheap as chips and so good for you, protecting against diseases and ageing, as well as helping to metabolise carbohydrates, proteins and fats, which is excellent if you are wanting to loose weight. Not yet convinced? Read more nutrition facts below: Thus,… Continue reading Blueberry Muffins with Brown sugar
Traditional Waffles from the West Coast of Norway - so deilicous. Try to just have one - I dare you!
Making traditional hard to find recipes with Lin's rare cooking challenge. This month I nominated to make a polish version of a Slice called Kremowka and I loved it!