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I am really excited to announce that I am teaming up again with my dear friend John Ondo, Chef at Lana restaurant in Charleston, South Carolina for a 4 day workshop in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, May 13th-17th 2014, combining cooking classes and photo/styling....! We were able to open registration to one more student thanks to the property we chose which is always good since our workshop always sell fast and with a wait list. Hopefully you will be lucky number 13! Yes, it's a good number (my birthday is May13th...) I have known John for many years and have photographed him and his crew many times. His food, cooking, restaurant are like home to us.

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| Recipes from a Young Lawyer Blondie Layer Cake with White Chocolate Icing Caitlin celebrated her birthday last week. And in preparation of the big day, I scanned my collection of recipes and cookbooks, searching for the perfect layer cake. Last year I made her the pumpkin crepe cake. untitled I’m always dubious of some of the designs requested in our custom collections. I like my collections to be cohesive and to make sense. Sometimes, well, a lot of the time, the collections make sense only to the client and the recipient. Here are some of the custom collections we created last week.

Roasted Cauliflower with Superspice – Love the Neglected March 2nd, 2012 Some vegetables are clearly under-represented in my kitchen and I can’t talk my way out of it. We do love our vegetables here, but salads, pumpkins and tomatoes get way more love and affection than others do. The Minimalists Tour Dates Everything That Remains Tour 2014 UPDATE: More than 40,000 RSVPs so far. Thanks! Throughout 2014, The Minimalists will embark on a 100-city tour across the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, & Australia to share their story of living with less and celebrate their new book, Everything That Remains. Cook Your Dream There's nothing better than real home prepared food. Even the simplest dish, when prepared with good quality fresh local and seasonal ingredients, can taste like a dream. That being said, all food taste best when enjoyed in the company of friends and family.

How does your cupcake tattoo go? By applecupcake on July 7th, 2010 . Filed under: Tattoos . Is it pink and pretty or evil and foreboding? Nordljus: Seville and Blood Orange Sorbet with Sichuan Pepper I know the first month of the year has already gone, but I hope all of you had a great start to the year. I’ve been working on some exciting projects, and winning this gorgeous selection of pieces must be an indication of more good things to come :) Thank you Nikole! We are still only half way through the gloomy British winter, but I can definitely feel spring in the air, and early January when these beautiful oranges start appearing makes me feel we’ve turned the corner. I’ve written how much I love Seville oranges before, and making this sorbet has been an annual ritual. I recently spotted some beautiful blood oranges too and couldn’t help trying a recipe that combines them.

50 Bloggers Making a Difference in Fitness, Health, and Happiness The Internet is a beautiful thing. Everyone and anyone can have a slice of the pie, which means there are hundreds of thousands (if not millions!) of blogs cropping up every day. The number of fitness, health, and happiness blogs out there can be overwhelming: How’s an average Joe or Jane supposed to separate the good ones from the garbage (you know, those “blogs” loaded with ads and made-up info)? Luckily, we’ve done the legwork for you. Here are 50 sites run by inspirational, creative, knowledgeable, and innovative bloggers.

Welcome! Welcome to the home of the The Daring Bakers! This is the site that lists all active members of the incredible baking group known as The Daring Bakers. To give you just a bit of a history lesson, the idea for the The Daring Bakers was born in November of 2006 when Lis of La Mia Cucina and Ivonne of Cream Puffs in Venice decided to challenge themselves by baking pretzels for the very first time using the same recipe. They each went ahead and posted about it. Having enjoyed that experience tremendously, they decided to try it again in December, this time choosing to bake biscotti. And to make matters even better, they were joined by a few more food bloggers.

Recipes A bout C ontact G allery P ress 101 Most Inspiring Quotes of All Time, Volume 1 by Celes on Jun 16, 2009 | ShareThis Email This Post This is volume 1 of the 101 Most Inspiring Quotes of All Time Series. Subbing all purpose flour for cake flour A question I get asked on a regular basis is “Can I substitute all purpose flour for cake flour?” It is far less common to hear the reverse (although I have actually done so in recipes when I was out of flour and couldn’t be bothered to go to the store), since if you have one kind of flour at home, it will generally be all purpose. The answer to the question is yes, but the substitution is not one-to-one. The general rule of substitution is 1 cup of all purpose flour minus 2 tablespoons (1c – 2tbsp) is equivalent to 1 cup of cake flour. If you want to substitute cake flour for all purpose, use 2 cups of cake flour plus 2 tablespoons (2 cups + 2 tbsp).

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