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Apparently today is National Coffee Day . Seems timely for me since I just recently reignited my espresso habit. And it's all thanks to this drink: The Coconut Whippuccino . I call it my "Would You Like Espresso with that Whip?" special.
This sweet treat of Pumpkin Pudding is a creamy blend of fall spices, maple syrup and cozy pumpkin. Pumpkin pie flavors of nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger are swirled into each spoonful. This is my go-to dessert recipe for fall because it is so simple to prepare in a flash. As easy to make as a smoothie. Yet elegant enough to serve at a fall dinner party.
I just got a look at the forecast here in New Hampshire for the next couple days. I generally don’t like when the icon shows a cactus, it generally means that the weather will be disagreeable to a cold-lover like me. You know how everyone signs up for gym memberships in the winter? I sign up in the summer.
Sometimes when I try to come up with a new recipe, it doesn’t work out so well. These were supposed to be truffles. But I messed with the conversions a little and ended up with not-so-solid chocolate mousse. Adding almond flour didn’t help either. What’s a girl to do? I ate them as pudding.
Hey everyone! Welcome to February. February is without a doubt one of my favorite months (other than October). My birthday is mid month, and there’s just something about the short month that I love. The days are getting longer, in a normal year we would have snow on the ground, and everything just seems cheerier than in January.
Italian Lentil and Vegetable Soup December 18, 2006 I didn’t have much time to blog this weekend, but I did spend an hour or two adding a new category to the blog’s recipe index: Readers’ Favorites. I looked back over the comments for every recipe posted since this blog began back in January and took into consideration emails that I’ve gotten from you [...] Read the full article → Rainbow Stir-Fry
Confetti Cornbread July 26, 2007 During the summer, one of my most frequent meals is “fresh from the farmers’ market”: fresh peas, some greens, and cornbread. By “peas” I mean one of the many varieties of field peas available here in the South in the spring and summer, such as blackeyed peas, lady cream peas, pink-eye purple hull peas, and [...] Read the full article → Berries and Spice Muffins