Pumpkin Doughnuts - Everyday Annie
I’ve talked many times before about the wonderful friends I have made through blogging. We’ve had numerous virtual parties to mark occasions we weren’t able to celebrate together in person. We email each other several times a day to keep in touch. A few weeks ago, I could hardly contain my excitement when one of […]
Carrot Cake with Ginger Cream Cheese Frosting
Carrot cake is one of my favorite cakes. Or maybe it’s just my love for cream cheese frosting. Either way, this carrot cake has it all. The batter a classic carrot cake recipe made with vegetable oil, which makes for a really light and fluffy cake. The addition of ginger in the frosting was something […]
Grandma's Rainy Day Kimchi Noodle Soup Recipe - Food.com
This is a variation of another dish my grandmother made when she stayed with us. Don’t let the number of ingredients freak you out. They’re mostly seasoning and spices and not a lot of chopping, mincing, or dicing. Bok choy and shitake mushrooms are two of my favorite vegetables and I added these two items to the recipe. I also switched out the anchovies broth for water and added dashida, which is a soup stock that comes in anchovy, clam or beef flavors. I use beef dashida.
21 chicken soup recipes you need right now
Everyone has a favourite chicken soup recipe. Find yours, whether it's floating with chicken meatballs or singing with spice and ginger. And nothing beats a classic chicken noodle soup to beat the winter blues.
Almost Instant Chai Recipe on Food52
This is the perfect blend of warming spices for a cup of spicy, sweet chai. The dried orange peel is hardly an authentic chai ingredient, but I love the little citrus kick it gives. Brew a cup of this to combat a chilly autumn day, a head cold, or the blues. You'll feel almost instantly better.
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Mrs. Z's Secret-Ingredient Baklava Recipe on Food52
This is my mom's recipe. I don't know where she got the idea for her "secret ingredient," but it produces the best baklava EVER. If you like baklava but can't get past the cloying sweetness, this is the one to try -- you will never go back or be satisfied with the stuff you get in Greek restaurants again. When my soon-to-be father-in-law (not Greek) tasted a piece that I'd baked for his daughter's wedding, he held it up and said, "This -- THIS -- is marrying into the family!"