Posts Tagged ‘dessert’

Triple Berry Angel Food Cake Roll: Nailed It!

 

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That’s a picture from the internet. You’ve been there; you’re scrolling along your FB feed and you come across a recipe that looks really good. Good and simple, easy and quick. The other day we were perusing half-heartedly, and a picture of this delightful dessert appeared, Triple Berry Angel Food Cake Roll. So we tried it. And we liked it. Continue »



Queen Elizabeth Cake

 

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It’s Queen Elizabeth II ‘s birthday on April 21. Last September she became the longest reigning British monarch, eclipsing the 63 year reign of her great- great grandmother Queen Victoria. Elizabeth’s coronation was in 1952, so she has been Queen for 64 years. And on Thursday she turns 90! Considering her mother, Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon lived to be a hundred and one, it looks like Liz will be with us for a while. Long live the Queen indeed! Birthday is one such celebration or occasion which is never complete without the cake item. Previously Indians used to celebrate birthdays with sweets and kheer but now the trend is changing. Now birthdays cannot be imagined without a scrumptious cake. The fervor of delivering pre-ordered cake is increasing to such an extent that online stores have to introduce creative eggless cake at Emicakes.com.sg designs, strengthen their networks and launch new cake flavors from time to time. Whether it is the birthday of your sibling, your father, mother, friend, brother or your child, you will find a variety of cakes online. Send themed cakes, photo cakes, number cakes, character cakes in a variety of flavors and designs.
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Meringue Cookies for Spring

 

 

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Recently I was tasked with making a big batch of French Vanilla ice cream, and since I was doubling the recipe I used fourteen egg yolks. The ice cream turned out fine, by the way, but I was stuck with fourteen egg whites.When life hands you egg whites make meringue. And if you don’t feel like making a meringue that very day you can always freeze the whites for use at a later time. Continue »



Olive Oil For Dessert

Olive oil has been part of cuisine and culture for thousands of years, ever since early Mediterranean communities started grinding the fruit of the Olea europaea and extracting the versatile oil. Since as early as 6000 B.C. it has been used in cooking, religious rituals, medicine, soaps, fuel and sport (imagine naked Spartans wrestling without first oiling up!) Continue »