Archive of ‘Food’ category

Giving Thanks on Thanksgiving Day

| Baking, DIY Projects, Food

The week of thanksgiving holiday has just gone by, yes, just like that, and as we go back to our normal daily routine, I encourage you to fill your day with a heart of giving thanks. It is not easy especially if we are having a watershed moment but may this Bible verse remind you of God’s love and faithfulness. Read more…

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How to Bake Soft Dinner Rolls

| Baking, Challenges, Food

Freshly baked homemade bread? Yes, please.
A couple of weeks ago, I bought an online tutorial taught by Chef Jeff Yankellow of King Arthur Flour (KAF) but I wasn’t really able to watch it until this weekend. The class was well made, pretty simple to follow and the rewind or play back button was/is the best! You’ll learn tips and tricks on the basics of baking bread.  Read more…

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Recipe: Homemade Guava Jelly

| Food

Have you ever tried eating guavas?  Guavas have a pungent odor and to some, they smell like a room full of sweaty people on a hot summer day in Texas.  Well, you have to taste it to enjoy it.  It’s a healthy fruit whose benefits are now being recognized – for cough and colds because […] Read more…

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Churros with Chocolate Sauce

| Food

Churros is a fried treat similar to the funnel cake. It’s simple and fun to make. The first few steps in making churros is similar to making cream puffs whereby you have to make a choux pastry. Read more…

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Recipe: Homemade Potato Balls

| Food

One of my all-time favorite appetizers are Potato Balls.   It was quite popular during my high school, aquanet hairspray and new wave music days.  The first time I had it was  when my friend had her birthday party at the newly opened Tokyo Tokyo fastfood resto that time.  The business is still around serving bento boxes […] Read more…

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Celebrate June with Hokkaido Cakes

| Food

Let me share with you this Hokkaido Cake that I made a couple of weeks ago. I tried the recipe from Ms. Corinne and it turned out pretty good. Hokkaido cakes are very popular in Asia. It’s basically a chiffon cake baked in small square muffin cups filled with cream and topped with a dusting of powdered sugar and fruits in season. It’s delicately sweet, soft and fluffy. Read more…

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