Tag "Dessert"

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Lisa’s Letters Home: A Very Comforting Jam Roly Poly

There are quite a few traditional English desserts that I haven’t attempted to make yet and there are some that I’m convinced are named solely as a joke for tourists

Fruits

Banana Pudding

Your guess is as good as mine why Esme started asking me for banana pudding about two months ago. I don’t believe she’s ever had it unless she’s making covert

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Strawberry Banana Bread

How is your March break going? I think Esme would say that her favourite part of her week off so far was spending a day with me at our lovely

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Chef Notes: Bread Pudding With Hazelnut Liqueur Sauce

I have such fond memories of my grandmother, most of which involve her cooking. My grandmother had no formal training, owned only a handful of cookbooks, and probably never heard of

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Lisa’s Letters Home: Chocolate Pots with a Side of Siena

It’s always a bit tricky when we have people over for supper. We don’t want to inflict our dietary choices on unsuspecting friends (“Here, I made you a crustless cheesecake

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Chocolate Mousse

As Laura noted in her post on Monday (holy moly, did you check out that bread pudding?) we’re hitting Valentine’s Day a little early here on SPC. I was a

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Chocolate Coconut Bread Pudding

Yup, we gone and did it. We started talking about Valentine’s Day well in advance of the holiday. We are officially hyping. Now, I’m not really a Valentine’s Day girl.

Birthdays

Lisa’s Letters Home: Coconut Flour Chocolate Cake

Back in the olden days, our mothers would haul us to the doctor’s every time we had a sniffle and the doctor would promptly prescribe some sort of antibiotic. When

Snacks & Desserts

Chef Amanda Makes Crepes

For Thanksgiving at my parents this year I made a traditional Beef Wellington. You may not realize that in a traditional Beef Wellington the tenderloin is wrapped in crepes before

Snacks & Desserts

Almond Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

Scarlett and I have gotten addicted to watching…wait for it….the Food Network. It all came about when she was home for a week in early October, sidelined by a nasty