Legendary baker Rose Levy Beranbaum is back with her most extensive “bible” yet. With all-new recipes for the best cakes, pies, tarts, cookies, candies, pastries, breads, and more, this magnum opus draws from Rose’s passion and expertise in every category of baking. As is to be expected from the woman who’s been called “the most meticulous cook who ever lived,” each sumptuous recipe is truly foolproof—with detail-oriented instructions that eliminate guesswork, “plan-aheads,” ingenious tips, and highlights for success. From simple everyday crowd-pleasers (Coffee Crumb Cake Muffins, Gingersnaps, Gooseberry Crisp) to show-stopping stunners (Chocolate Hazelnut Mousse Tart, Mango Bango Cheesecake, White Christmas Peppermint Cake) to bakery-style pastries developed for the home kitchen (the famous French Kouign Amann), every recipe proves that delicious perfection is within reach for any baker.
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Making Your Own Wine at Home: Creative Recipes for Making Grape, Fruit, and Herb Wines Easy ways to make delicious wine at home • Seasonal recipes for grapes, fruit, flowers, and herbs • Essential winemaking techniques • Basic terminology, tools, ingredients, and equipment • Tips for serving and enjoying wine
There is a popular saying thus; "A blessing in disguise" Literally meaning, "something good which is unrecognized at first". You might be pondering on the significance of this saying within the context of this article.Well, Just A Flashback.............While I was growing up, my family had more that one lime trees in our compound. Then, we would pluck the limes for several domestic purposes and s
These past few weeks have been so cold and the temperatures are falling drastically with cloudy skies. Nothing else comes to mind rather than only a selection of warm and spicy foods to complement the chilly weather. Among my long list of favourite foods for this nasty weather is couscous. Now you can understand why this easy couscous recipe is coming your way from me at this time of the year :D
The roasted chicken thighs recipe is fairly easy and straight forward to make. All you need is just a simple CALL TO ACTION! Grab your chicken thighs, wash and season them properly, allow to marinate for few hours and then throw them into a preheated oven to get them roasted and ready to eat. Just so easy as that.
Even avid gardeners would rather do plenty of other things than spend time pulling weeds. However, when most gardeners learn that some weeds are actually healthy, tasty and edible plants, they get a bit more interested in this dreary task. Consider these common wild plants that may be called weeds by some people and ingredients by others!Here are some five edible weeds that are good for you! Dan
This honey lemon roasted chicken recipe is not difficult to prepare, but it can take a little bit of time in terms of marination which is perfectly okay. It is important to marinate the chicken before roasting as this prevents it from drying out and also enhances its flavour and juiciness. For this recipe, I also used a dark soy sauce to marinade because I often use it all the time on preparing my chicken dishes. It gives the chicken such an amazing taste.
Anyone who has a cursory interest in improving their diet has probably read an article or two on superfoods. This term is used to describe foods which are considered superior when it comes to nutritional content and, therefore, often have enhanced health benefits. Nutritionists encourage people to maximize their intake of superfoods by aiming for a colorful plate of food as rich colors signify a h
Welcome to the second episode of this podcast. Blessing from www.globalfoodbook.com and Krystina from www.kouzounaskitchen.com are joined today by Kiki from www.thegreekvegan.com. In this podcast we discussed about traditional vegan meatless, diary-free and assorted food recipes which can be written, prepared, passed on and shared amongst everybody.
On this episode of health & food bloggers Podcast, Blessing from www.globalfoodbook.com and Krystina from www.kouzounaskitchen.com are joined today by Karen and Steffanos from www.steffanos.ca to talk about their kick starter project CONGELATO.
I have been searching for a better way to structure my question. I came up with; How often do you eat breakfast? or should I say; Do You know that it is very essential to eat breakfast? How often do you skip breakfast? Are you amongst the set of individuals that ensure that breakfast is a must for the day or amongst others that claim that breakfast is not necessary? Could your eating or skipping b
My sole aim of writing this blog is to suggest to patients going through dialysis (kidney failures) on the types of foods and the recommended daily fluid intake so as to minimise any complications associated with dialysis. Approximately two months ago, I had a chat with a nephrologist doctor friend of mine who currently consults in one of the biggest hospitals in Europe. We had a very good chat
Hi there,Welcome to the second stage of kidney failure series. In this episode, a very pertinent concern regarding fluid intake for patients with kidney failures will be addressed with possible recommendations offered. However, before addressing this topic, a brief description of the main function of a kidney will be discussed.Kidney helps to regulate the level of fluid that exits the body. Howe