I started the year with a new country to cook from, for Taste the World. Last year I cooked only a few meals and the deadline is approaching, so I’ll cook more and more international recipes. Soupe a l’Oignon a la Normande or French onion soup is one of the recipes I’ve made for France.
This Christmas I asked my husband to take pictures of all the food so I can make a round up of what I cooked. The only two things I had no pictures of where the soup, panna cotta that hubby made and shop-bought Christmas pudding. I wanted to finish all the preparations fast and set
The title says Mulled wine for kids, but it’s a little misleading because the recipe doesn’t have wine, obviously. I don’t have kids and I didn’t think of a non-alcoholic mulled wine before having something similar in the goodie bag from Holland & Barrett event. I enjoyed that mulled punch so much, that I wanted
I was so happy when I got the invitation for Christmas Bake Off. It was a really special event organized by Holland & Barrett. I had the chance to meet Ugne from Great British Bake Off, I baked a cake, we had lunch and cakes and lots and lots of fun. It was amazing. The
Hubby got a huge snowflake cookie cutter for Saint Nicholas Day. It was a fun gift, but I had to bake some cookies with cinnamon for him. I wasn’t sure how I would use this cutter, as I thought the cookies might break due to their size. It was incredible easy to cut them and
Panna cotta is a lovely dessert that isn’t usually vegetarian because it has to be made using gelatin. I used agar instead of gelatin and after a few trials, I found the perfect balance. It’s a fairly new dessert, made in the 20th century. Ingredients for 6 servings of Vegetarian Panna cotta: – 300ml double
I made beautiful mince pies last year and now I rather make them at home instead of buying them. I wanted to make a healthy version, so I came up with a vegan sugar free mince pies recipe. Hubby was reluctant because a sugar free dessert doesn’t sound too luxurious. But he ate 6 in