Category – Guest Post

A “Gateau de Pommes de Terre” – A Parisian Potato Cake

I love potatoes, and this is my all-time favorite dish - a "gateau de pommes de terre" - a "potato cake!" It's a dish I first had in with my wife Alex at the legendary bistro Chez L'Ami Louis in Paris. Here is my step-by-step process for making this iconic "gateau de...

The Culinary Alphabet…The Letter D

Welcome to my culinary tour of the alphabet it seems from the comments that you are enjoying it and for that I thank you... The letter D... Durian... The king of fruits  known here as “The Durian Fruit” In Thailand, Durian is often eaten fresh with sweet sticky rice,...

How going on a baking binge helped me write a book

Please come, sit back and relax and meet our next Guest JINA S. BAZZAR  Authors Inspirations. I have been invited to guest post here on Esme’s blog. Since this is mostly a food blog and I love to cook, I’m going to share here how baking helped me get published. It’s...

Food for Thought

Please meet our next Guest, Shalini a wonderful woman, a doctor, an anesthesiologist, and also a blogger, a writer, a reviewer, a beta reader, and a freelancing editor. A very fitting post and wonderful tribute days prior to Mother's Day! Just a snippet of history...

How To Make A Toast Bread Tuna Pizza 

I am so happy to introduce you to our next Guest here today, Thelma Alberts  She has a multitude of pages, see the end of this post where you can connect with her I was so surprised and happy when Esmé invited me to write a guest post to her The Recipe Hunter site. It...

Overcoming food shortages in Britain during WWII

Believe it or not, we have the famous Robbie Cheadle, from the Sir Chocolate book series as our Guest today. My mother was a small girl living in an English town in Suffolk during World War II. We have been writing the story of her childhood and memories and it has...

14 Ways You Can Save Time with Simple Productivity Tips

"How Lucky Can You Get" Well, I am so delighted and over the moon happy to have Janice Wald from Mostly Blogging as our Guest today!   Photo by Bram Naus on Unsplash HARRY POTTER author J.K. Rowling once wrote, “Words are, in my not-so-humble opinion, our most...