Not every muffin has a story! A number of years ago, our friend, chef Urs, owned a fish shop/deli/catering business around the corner from where we live. The day I baked these muffins for the first time I thought “I’ll bet
For the past couple of years, in the fall, I’ve been making lovely little Coronation grape cakes for dessert. And while doing a freezer tidy-up recently, I found a small bag of the grapes tucked away. Hmmm…well I don’t have
Getting a “leg-up” on my Christmas baking by starting with these buttery little morsels that have just a hint of anise flavour. They’re good keepers and freeze well! You can use either blanched or unblanched almonds to make the cookies.
Mom made these every Christmas, we loved them. Talk about getting caught with your hand in the cookie jar! So buttery and delicious! When I worked as a corproate chef, I must have made thousands for work, us and family members
I wasn’t going to put this recipe for German shortbread on Oracibo for some reason or the other…but after receiving rave reviews all Christmas Season…I think I should! This is only the second time I have made them; the first time was back
Check out this new recipe! Deliciously comforting apple cake…great with coffee or tea and also as a dessert with, perhaps a dollop of ice cream or whipped cream! Or if you are really wanting to live dangerously…for breakfast! For the
Both my hubby and I are of Scandinavian descent, which puts this cake most definitely in our lane! Makes one 9” Round Cake 3 – 4 medium-size apples 2 Tbsp. sugar 1 tsp. ground cinnamon 2 cups sifted unbleached flour
It’s well known that I adore the combination of berries with lemon! Here is a lovely quick bread that’s easy to make and darned right delish! The lemon glaze topping is addictive! Makes 1 Loaf For the Loaf: 1 ½