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02/07/2018 dessert recipes
When it comes to dessert, the HuffPost Taste editors have got you covered. Just make sure your butter cubes are frozen, and your ice water is, well, ice-cold water. The almond and peach combo in this dessert is a real winner, but you could easily substitute apples (or any fruit of your choice) in this flour-free crumble recipe — just make sure to adjust the baking time accordingly.
Last evening I pulled a Ziploc bag of pineapple cookies out of the freezer for our dessert for supper. I was so timid that I didn’t even think of split pea soup or refried beans yet – much less cheese. So far, I’ve managed to eat a scrambled egg with cheese and tonight tried tuna salad.
These are all recipes prepared by my wife Maria – she loves cooking and I love eating, so we make a great team! I don’t have...Read More
18/06/2018 ice cream recipes
We’ve pulled together our most popular recipes, our latest additions and our editor’s picks, so there’s sure to be something tempting for you to try. You can mix and match cookies and ice cream to make this frosty, no-bake treat that’s also an easy make-ahead dessert. I would like to know if it’s possible to use this recipe for another ice cream. Omitting the eggs places all the emphasis on the flavors from the cream, milk, and vanilla.
You can use whatever stone fruits you have on hand, replace the jam with another kind of preserve and sprinkle almond flour to soak up some of the oozing fruit juice instead of graham cracker. I made this with homemade whipped cream(my 5 year olds new favorite thing to make because it’s easy and yummy).
For the most part the recipes in this collection call...Read More
12/01/2018 salmon recipe
Combine the honey, lime juice, miso, soy sauce and garlic in a small bowl and blend well. As a result of all of this, I’ve discovered a whole new world of cooking allergy friendly and finding amazing and delicious recipes to share. Also to reduce fat, frequent swimming is recommended in salmon inhabited waters – more healthy than ‘chemicalized’ swimming pools.
I made macarons using italian method.I baked using fan-forced oven with bottom heat for 17 minutes at 130 deg have nice feetn top and bottom are cooked but the innards are wet and too moist and they are not chewy at all. I told her that I’m still looking for the shortcut to make this super popular tarts, haha, now I think I can just copy this recipe & use it in the future!
When hot, add seasoned salmon fillets skin side down and imm...Read More