Nothing beats coming home to a perfectly cooked Slow Cooker Cranberry Pork Roast dinner. It is moist, flavorful, and fall-apart tender.
Elegant Hasselback Potatoes are a great choice when celebrating an event or having company. They are easier to prepare than they look.
Kari Debal (Devil Curry) – a Portuguese Eurasian community specialty in Malaysia and Singapore. It is a fiery chicken dish usually served during Christmas.
A deliciously moist and dense two layered chocolate cake with apricot jam in the middle covered with a chocolate glaze.
Treat your family and friends to this festive and delicious Mixed Fruit Braid. It is has a sweet filling and is perfect for the holidays.
These buttery and fragrant Peanut Butter Stamped Cookies uses only 4 ingredients. They make a delightful tea time treat or snack.
Sweet and nutty Persimmon and Walnut Pinwheel Cookies combining chopped dried persimmons and walnuts swirled with a buttery dough. A must try!
Tasty and eye catching Spiral Vegetable Tian using summer’s bounty from the farmer’s market. These individual servings are sufficient for a light lunch.
These fragrant and delicious Coconut Candy flavored with pandan paste are sure to delight. Can be made ahead for all your parties and gatherings.
These Antipasti Kabobs are made with colorful striped pasta, cheese, grape tomatoes, and mint leaves. They are a fun and tasty addition to any party table.
Easy to make Antipasto Rollups made with naturally colored striped pasta that are both pleasing to the eye and palate. Great as party finger food.
Today, I am honored to be guest posting at Nami’s blog, Just One Cookbook while she visits family in Japan. Nami writes an amazing blog filled with Japanese recipes and beautiful photography. If you have not visited, you are missing out. There are very few blogs out there giving the English speaking world a glimpse…
As the Andy Williams’ song would have it, Christmas can be the most “wonderful time of the year”. Shopping, gift-giving and of course, cooking tends to push the season from busy to hectic in one short month. But I would like to pause and reflect on the “wonderful” part that makes Christmas the apex of…
Make a Gingerbread Nativity with your family this Advent season. It is a fun and tasty way to explore the story of the first Christmas.
These Coconut Cherry Chip Cookies are so pretty, festive, and irresistibly tasty. They are a gem of a cookie! With traditional and gluten-free versions.
Fun, festive M&M, Hugs, and Kisses Holiday Pretzels with an irresistible sweet salty combination. Takes only minutes to prepare.
These sugar-dusted, jam-filled, egg-free, and sweetly scented Lavender Linzer Cookies are a must-have for the holidays. They are so festive and delicious!
These Savory Cheese and Bacon Biscuits are a tasty alternative to crackers for snack time. Recipe includes traditional and gluten free options.
Several weeks back I won a cookbook in a giveaway hosted by Cajun Chef Ryan. I was excited to receive the book as it was a brand new one from Emeril Lagasse called Sizzling Skillets and Other One-Pot Wonders that hit the bookstores on September 27, 2011. Chef Ryan was one of 20 bloggers chosen…
Creamy Fingerling Potato Salad topped with bacon bits and sliced green onions. The lemon juice gives it a hint of tanginess. Great with grilled meats.
Madeleines are very small sponge cakes with a distinctive shell shape. These delightful mini cakes are immortalized by Marcel Proust in his novel Remembrance of Things Past, Volume 1: Swann’s Way. Though I have not read the book, the renown Madeleine episode has been well quoted and his description of these scalloped cakes dipped in…