I was surprised to find that cherries were the one fruit I could not find at my local grocery store. They had pineapple, mango, even plantain! But no cherries. It was rather odd. So, to make my cherry jam, I ended up using frozen cherries. This really ended up being more of an experiment than I meant it to be. But it turned out nicely. And it is the perfect complement to my Bakewell Steamed School Pudding from Week 5 of my Season 8 Bake Off Challenge.
day, maybe it’s gotten a little too ripe and the only way to save it is to bake it. Whatever the reason, I have a few recipes up my sleeve to handle these situations and apple muffins are one of them. Apples are a remarkably interesting fruit to work with because they don’t really blend. They will stay chunky even if they have a soft texture that alternates the mouthfeel between the dough and tender apples. Continue Reading →
I can’t lie, I love chocolate. Chocolate chip cookies have always been my favorite but this recipe allowed me to indulge on chocolate even more. And the soft texture is absolutely perfect, it feels like this cookie is the perfect combination of chewy and soft that I’ve been aiming for. I do believe this recipe will end up being one of my go to recipes as these got devoured very very quickly. Continue Reading →
I find myself on the road often, even in a Pandemic, and in order to be safe as possible I try to order online and avoid restaurants whenever I can. One of my favorite types of foods to eat on the road is Mediterranean because it’s generally healthier than many of the other options. And I would be lying if I said the Rice Pudding desert wasn’t alluring. So, against my better instincts, I decided to add it to my order, and I was sent into a blissful food coma. Rice pudding is just so good, being lightly sweeten with that hint of vanilla and the milky goodness absorbed into the rice. I was a little nervous about making it because: having unlimited access is probably a bad thing and I was worried about the process. And fortunately (and unfortunately) it is super easy to make! And I have a feeling I will be trying it out more in the future. Continue Reading →