Wanting to bring "something chocolate" to a recent treat day at work I made these beauties. They were fairly simple to make but came out quite stunning to behold. I think the raspberries gave them an elegant flair. And they tasted amazing too. Woof!
This Easter I finally got around to making the infamous "Kit Kat Cake". It was really quite simple to assemble and made for a pretty impressive presentation. The hardest part was picking out just the right ribbon. Woof!
One of my very first ventures into the whole food world was way back about 15 years ago when I won a Blue Ribbon for my Cinnamon Rolls at the local County Fair. This is not the same recipe, but it sure is worthy of a prize. Woof!
Can you believe all this authentic Indian food came out of my kitchen? Thanks to my lovely friend Nina, it did! Nina came over to show me how to make Sagg Paneer, Yellow Potatoes, and Basmati with Dal. Yum and woof!
I had my lovely friend Nina over for cooking school. One of the recipes Nina requested was frosting free Carrot Cake. The bundt pan was a nice way to present the cake sans frosting. A new take on an old cake, and I got to enjoy Nina's company. Woof!
I was so excited when my dear, sweet niece asked me if I would make her an Olaf cake for her birthday. Of course! She happens to be a twin, and put in that her brother would like an Oreo cake. Made that too, but this post is all about this adorable Olaf cake. It was fairly easy to make, tasted good, and looked... well...a little like Olaf. Woof!