I love eggs, for breakfast, in puddings, in desserts and even in cakes.
My mum fasts a lot and trying to make a cake so that everyone can eat all the times, becomes tricky. (more…)
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Whipped Cream and Chocolate! Oh my! by Lisa Orchard
Easy 4 Ingredient Scones by Lorelle
JB’s Sicilian Meatloaf by The Militant Negro™
I love to cook! by Carol
Yabba-Dabba-Doo! Green Garlic Galette! by Dolly
Home Sweet Home by Ritu
Cinque Terre Charm… by Lorelle
Children – Teaching, Reading, Storytelling, and More by Jennie
Zwetschgendatschi ala Oma by Ella
Just Call Me Martha Stewart, In Another Reality by Angela
Hello, I’m Judy by Judy
#Glutenfree baking with D.G. Kaye – Delicious Biscotti by Debby Gies
A Move Back In Time by Pete Johnson
Cook from Scratch – Multi-Vitamin on a Plate – Brown Rice Pilaf by Sally Cronin
The F Word by Suzanne
Gluten & Dairy Free Rice Krispie “Fairy” Treats by Colleen Chesebro
De Villiers Chocolate and DV Café by Robbie
A Unique Japanese Breakfast – Pancakes On A Stick! by johnrieber
The Nontraditional Irish Stew by fancypaper
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Please meet Christy Birmingham Freelance Writer and Author from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada @ When Women Inspire
When you imagine improving your cooking abilities, you may feel overwhelmed with the seemingly daunting task. I am nodding as up until about a few years ago I often felt less than adequate in the kitchen. Here are some pointers to help you navigate more easily and efficiently around the kitchen.
For an easy, no prep needed breakfast, egg muffins are perfect.
They can be baked ahead and refrigerated for a week. (more…)