treat for you today!
dulce de leche trifle over at Uru’s Go Bake Yourself. This beyond talented
teenager can put together words and whip up sweets like no other, and I love to
be sharing another recipe with her readers.
in Australia, a country I have a weak spot for even though I’ve never been
there. Weird, huh?
meantime I get to meet girls like Uru, who’s studying for her final exams and
has asked a group of devoted blogging friends to cover the holes while she’s
slaving at the books. Mmm…
this trifle has a peach pound cake, canned peaches in vanilla syrup that I made
myself last summer, dulce de leche and cream. Can you believe that? And so easy
slim chance you live under a food bloggers rock and don’t know about my aussie
friend’s blog. Either way, go over and check out the recipe. Can’t wait to
share it with all of you!
wonders and versatility of pesto.
sharing a spur-of-the-moment spinach lemon pine nut pesto with my wonderful
friend Alice, from Hip Foodie Mom, and her readers.
her plate more than full these coming weeks, from caring for her mother after a
surgery to moving to another state, while being mom to two darlings and trying
to juggle her everyday life.
now she’s on a much deserved vacation in Puerto Vallarta, sipping margaritas
and doing absolutely nothing. Good for her.
guest posting this pesto which I made with whole wheat pasta, all very rustic
middle name some weeks, I literally smother everything with it and call it a
If you’re wondering about the roasted asparagus and avocado panzanella salad you have before your eyes, thinking how good it would be to have it for lunch today or tomorrow with some grilled meat, let me tell you, you need to head over right now to Bea’s site, The Not So Cheesy Kitchen, and see my guest post.
The story behind that food blog is interesting and amazing at the same time. And so is Bea, the writer and cook behind it.
Her two daughters have a rare condition of dairy intolerance, which you can read about there, and she not only adapted the household diet to avoid all dairy, but also spends time researching and trying out recipes like dairy-free flan, oatmeal cookies, or pecan pancakes!. Now that’s what I consider an awesome thing to do.
Don’t you just love recipes that use up leftover or stale bread? I know I do.
So head over to The Not So Cheesy Kitchen, check out the recipe, and snoop around for a while. You’ll find some crazy interesting recipes that are dairy-free. Have a great time and say hi to Bea for me!
This is a favorite cake of late, and it´s a treat to be guest posting it at Tara´s blog, Noshing with the Nolands.
I´m sure you remember the citrus cake with limoncello glaze? Well, that was me doing my first post over there. It turns out that it´s a cake again!
With apples, raisins and a mysterious ingredient…
One of the best perks, hands down, of being a food blogger is having virtual friends like Tara. She will take care of any question and idea you might have. She´s a reliable blogger too, with an enormous talent.
In case you never snooped around her blog before, check the blue hawaiian bundt cake, or the morels in cream sauce with peas.
And check out the recipe for this brewed apple raisin cake while you´re there.
way to eat this brown butter date and pecan loaf than toasted. All the smoky
goodness of the nutty butter, medjool dates and brown sugar intensify. And that’s
good. And there’s a subtle wonderful aroma filling the kitchen.
recipe over at my very special friend Nancy’s blog, Gotta Get Baked.
person/lawyer/blogger/dog mommy/baker needed a vacation, so I wrote a guest
post to let her enjoy the sun and lazy days.
these junk food magic bars, and if you’re a smartie you already saved them to
your pinterest board or files. Or you already made them. And ate them too? Well,
you’d be crazy not to.
go over, like now, check the recipe for the brown butter date and pecan loaf here, and
spend the next hour stalking all those ridiculously good recipes. Because it´s
worth it. Trust me.
Start boiling the potatoes and when they are soft, set aside. SAVE the potato water (do not drain).
Let simmer for about 30 minutes and serve hot. Don’t forget to add salt, if desired.
For an added touch, you can add crisp bacon and/or parsley on top of the clam chowder after you ladle it into a bowl. Of course, you cannot forget the crackers!
Good morning everyone. See this gorgeous coconut lime cake, with a drippy frostingand lime wedges on top? Well, it turns out my friend Lora of Cake Duchess is taking a vacation in Italy with her family, and while she soaks up the sun and eats all that wonderful pasta , I’m guest posting over at her place with this cake.
for a summer full of paletas and popsicles? Really sure?
blogger, and there will be others every week, and your mind will be spinning
from so many different ice cream flavours when this season is over. So let’s start with the graham crackers cinnamon paletas I made for her, her readers and you too. So creamy and flavorful. So perfect to get in the mood to party.
who eats ice cream all year I just love it. And also love making it at home. And
probably want it more in the colder months. Who knows why, it’s the way I am. Manufacturer’s fault probably. Ha.
of the summer is going to be like. Paletas for everyone. Aren’t you happy you stopped by?