Matcha is love! I haven't met a single person who doesn't love matcha. YET. So as long as I've not met this one matcha-unloving person, then I shall choose to believe that that person does not exist! So I had matcha powder, earl grey tea, and cherries at hand and in my awesome little brain, decided … Continue reading Earl Grey Matcha Cherry Cakelets.
I'm Ba-ack! Flo and I spent the last weekend trying to get this new blog site together, cleaning things up, recategorising, and basically trying to make it look more pretty and organised. To be honest, Flo did most of the work and spent hours trying to figure out how to configure everything. I tried to … Continue reading Hey Honey, It’s Cranberry and Pistachio.
As mentioned in my previous post, I had some passionfruit curd left over from after I did the two big birthday cakes for Aunty YM's 70th. Unfortunately, I could only upload 2 photos here because I've taken up ALL my space on WordPress for now. I'll be spending this weekend with Flo upgrading my blog … Continue reading No Such Thing As Leftovers.
Starting off this post with a rainbow of Pierre Hermé Macarons specially hand-carried from Paris. I had a blast catching up with Les, Zen and Marc on Sunday at Symmetry. Zen was the sweetest, surprising me with this collection of yummy macarons which he brought back from his flying around the world - Zen's a … Continue reading Friendship and Cake.
A couple of weeks back, I decided to change my hair colour back to its natural colour. It was quite a big change for me having not seen my natural colour for half my life! To go back to a colour just a shade lighter than black when I've been having brown hair with red … Continue reading Blueberry Cornmeal Cake
What happens when I have a bunch of fresh Rosemary leftover from when I made my man grilled Rosemary Lemon Chicken the other evening? They go right into my baking experiments just as another bunch did in a batch of blondies I made a while back. This time, I decided to use them in some … Continue reading A Rose(mary) By Any Other Name…
I've always been intrigued by the idea of using beer in cakes and finally got round to buying a can of Guinness Stout in order to find out just what kind of flavour profile it would lend to my bakes. To be on the safe side, you can never go wrong with chocolate. So it … Continue reading Guinness Guinness.