Some recipes are special. This one is one of my favorites not because of the taste (it is pretty rockin though), but because of how it looks. Continue reading
After months in Vietnam, I’m finally reunited with my oven. I was so eager to bake (and eat!) something, that I forgot to take good pictures, so you will have to trust me when I say these bars are divine. Continue reading
You may have noticed that I love to come up with recipes where you don’t need a lot of ingredients. It seems like if you can throw a recipe together from whatever you have laying around in your pantry, that’s the one I would go for.
Except that doesn’t always work for everybody. Yeah, put that mayo away. Relax. Maybe follow a recipe for a change. Continue reading
It’s been a couple of days since I posted, and quite a lot has happened in my life. I successfully moved to Vietnam and I scored my first job as a teacher of English. I’ve been trying to stay on top of everything that is going on online, but it has been a challenge. In the last 4 days I came to Hanoi, moved to a different apartment, went to a couple of job interviews, partied with people I just met and gave my first lesson just today. Hopefully now my life will get more stable and I will be able to post more often. I don’t have an oven yet though, which might get in the way. Fortunately I have some recipes all ready to share with you, starting with this one. Continue reading
I think it’s safe to assume that we all prefer to make our desserts from scratch. However sometimes we don’t have much time or we just want to try something new, which is how I discovered this recipe. It starts out with a simple cake mix, but it doesn’t finish there. I mean, there is peanut butter. And condensed milk. And chocolate, so much chocolate. Continue reading
I came up with this recipe when I was left with half a can of condensed milk and no idea what to do with it. I also had some blueberries and chocolate, so I thought hell, let’s bake some cookies. Continue reading