July 2009

White Sauce for Christmas Pudding

A simple white sauce to accompany your favorite Christmas pudding. I think I might prefer the yellow sauce version which uses egg yolks for added richness. I might also take the suggestion to use rum as [...]

Caraway Pork Meatballs with Tzatziki

Meatballs are likely one of the most perfect foods, especially when cooking on a budget. You get big flavor from little money and you can use them in so many different ways. This batch of meatballs [...]

Basic Vanilla Sauce

A simple vanilla sauce notated as 'regular' vanilla sauce. Perfect for drizzling over baked puddings or cakes, the sauce is thickened with corn starch and doesn't include any eggs.Try this sauce with one of the growing [...]

Caprese Salad with Olives

I should have titled this post, 'shamelessly simple'. It's quick to prepare and contains a powerful blend of flavors from the sweet tomatoes, creamy fresh mozzarella, salty pitted olives, torn basil leaves, salt, cracked pepper, and [...]

Chocolate Fudge Pudding

The more I read pudding recipes (i.e. the cake type of puddings), the more I crave them. I've only made pudding once and enjoyed it. Oddly, I never grew up with them even though my family [...]

Philly Chocolate Fudge

As the advertisement states, "make never-fail fudge in 15 minutes!". Quick and no fail? It would be hard for me to turn down this recipe.The texture and taste intrigue me. I don't think I've ever had [...]

Chinese Green Onion Pancakes

A flattened piece of dough stuff with green onions, then rolled into a straw, which is once again rolled into the flower bud shape in the photo above. Sadly, the bud isn't the final step but [...]

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