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.
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
The local blueberries are in! Have I been busy or what, making all sorts of wonderful things with them. This is an easy cake to put together, is really, really good and could be served for dessert, with afternoon coffee
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. A warm pasta salad that would go well with lamb, chicken or fish; it’s light, easy to make and fits the bill on a warm evening. Or you could simply
There is nothing like making this pesto when the garden provides ripe cherry tomatoes and fresh basil. It’s so easy to put together. Thanks to “Lidia’s Italy” for this one! On a hot day, with a glass of chilled wine, it just
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. These almonds were always a big hit with guests at the receptions I catered & no worries about peanut allergies! To this day I often make them to serve as a quick appetizer,
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. This recipe is made with roasted hazelnuts which is a nice change. They are always available at Farmer’s Markets in the Lower Mainland. But you could use toasted slivered almonds,