Posted by: marthabernie | July 1, 2020

Pasta Day In The Summer — How I Cook — by Graham Stewart

Today is our pasta day but since it’s summer and going to be 33 today a hot pasta doesn’t seem to be a good idea. My wife said last night maybe I should make a pasta salad which is actually a good idea. Salads are something we both like and with a good salad dressing […]

Pasta Day In The Summer — How I Cook — by Graham Stewart
Posted by: marthabernie | July 1, 2020

Black Forest Pavlova — cashmere & cocktails

They say when it rains, it pours, and last week I seemed to have found myself standing in the middle of a shit storm without so much as an umbrella to keep me cover. Without going into too many details, we had a cluster of family emergencies happen and I’m relieved to finally see the […]

Black Forest Pavlova — cashmere & cocktails
Posted by: marthabernie | July 1, 2020

Simple and Easy Chocolate Chiffon Cake —

This Chocolate Chiffon Cake is light, fluffy, airy and not dry. Just like how a Chiffon Cake should be. A simple easy cake that is great for any occasion, even on regular days.

Simple and Easy Chocolate Chiffon Cake —

Food on RTÉ‏Verified account @RTEfood 44m44 minutes ago Neven Maguire’s Baked Eggs make for a very tasty breakfast! – http://ow.ly/kBnE30hRlj9 #FridayFeeling

Neven Maguire’s Baked Eggs make for a very tasty breakfast! — Foodaware

This wonderful recipe is actually from last year, but as usual time got away from me and suddenly the asparagus season was well and truly over and it felt too late to post. This year I think I made it in the knick of time, as the season is drawing to an end, but if […]

Recipe: asparagus risotto with wild garlic butter and lemon — Scandelights

The summer season here in the States involves getting ready for our Independence Day celebrations. My family and I are so lucky and blessed to be able to have a huge 4th of July firework show right around the corner from us. There is food and music all day and they end the night with […]

30 FOURTH OF JULY RECIPES YOU WILL LOVE — Jens Life & Style

4th of July is one of my favorite holidays. In the Pacific Northwest, it seems to mark a turning point in the weather. It’s like summer has now officially arrived. (Although more times than not, we have low 70-degree weather and FREEZE watching the fireworks.) Another reason I love this holiday are all the fireworks!… via […]

4th of July Dessert Ideas — Holly Bakes — My Meals are on Wheels
Posted by: marthabernie | July 1, 2020

Salt and Vinegar Potatoes — What’s for Dinner Moms?

We can breathe again. My wife’s job is safe for now. It was tough just being on hold for a week not knowing if I should be preparing a grocery list for the next month or if I should be preparing a list of what needs to be fixed to sell the house. Dinners and […]

Salt and Vinegar Potatoes — What’s for Dinner Moms?

Kiddo is a fan of Chicken Cordon Bleu, as am I. Hubby, not so much. He’d rather eat thighs than breasts. He’s not a fan of cheese stuffed into chicken, but he does like a ham and cheese sandwich. Go figure.

Summertime Chicken Cordon Bleu Stromboli — Rosemarie’s Kitchen

Irish Grid Reference:- N 73908 75963. At the side of Church Lane, opposite the monastic site, in the town of Kells (Ceanannas Mór), Co. Meath, Southern Ireland, there is a curious little ecclesiastical building that is called ‘St Columba’s House’ or ‘the House of Columcille’ (Teach Naomh Cholumba), which dates back to the 9th-11th Centuries […]

St Columba’s House, Kells, Co. Meath, Southern Ireland — The Journal Of Antiquities
Posted by: marthabernie | July 1, 2020

Clonmacnoise — Philton Journeys

The ruins of Clonmacnoise Monastery sits on the River Shannon in County Offaly, Ireland. It was founded in 544 by St. Ciaran, and for centuries it was the most famous and important monastery in Ireland. The grounds include ruins of a cathedral, other churches, stone towers, and several high crosses. We visited there in September […]

Clonmacnoise — Philton Journeys
Posted by: marthabernie | July 1, 2020

Pavlova with White Chocolate Cream — artandkitchen

Pavlova is a meringue-based dessert with a crisp crust and soft, light inside, filled with fruits, cream or whipped cream. The dessert is believed to have been created in honor of the Russian ballet dancer Anna Pavlova who visited Australia and New Zealand in the 1920s. Years ago a friend told me about this wonderful […]

Pavlova with White Chocolate Cream — artandkitchen
Posted by: marthabernie | July 1, 2020

Carrot Cake — Scallionist

Carrot cake is usually baked around easter time but I suggest you have it much more often than that! First because it’s a classic and second because honestly, everyone loves it! It’s definitely one of my favorite cakes, light and delicious. I love making veggies desserts, they are such a great option whenever we are […]

Carrot Cake — Scallionist
Posted by: marthabernie | July 1, 2020

Apple Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting — artandkitchen

This is a great cake with great results adapted from Lynette’s apple cake recipe. I substituted the butter with 1/2 cup of sunflowers oil (only for personal preference) and I did not use butter in the frosting, Walnuts were my alternative to pecan (local product in Europe). I also made a bigger portion as a used […]

Apple Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting — artandkitchen
Posted by: marthabernie | July 1, 2020

Almost only Apples Cake — artandkitchen

This is he cake I was looking for, as I needed a cake, which include a lot of apples and as less as possible flour and fats! It is not my creation I found it on Eryn’s blog (http://erynfollecuisine.canalblog.com/archives/2008/02/06/7847617.html) and I adapted it to my ingredients. The result is awesome: juicy, tender, fresh and […]

Almost only Apples Cake — artandkitchen
Posted by: marthabernie | July 1, 2020

French Pear Cake — Adventures in every day life…

Today’s adventure is baking in my kitchen. I am attempting a French Pear Cake. I found this recipe quite a while ago on Pinterest. I found some perfectly ripe pears in the grocery store today and decided that it was time to try this cake. There are relatively few ingredients in the cake. The batter […]

French Pear Cake — Adventures in every day life…
Posted by: marthabernie | July 1, 2020

Old-Fashioned Cajun Cake — Adventures in every day life…

Welcome back. It’s Friday; otherwise known as my baking day. I found this recipe on the back of a package of pecans that I had recently purchased. It sounded pretty easy. There are only a few ingredients. So let’s get started! The cake portion comes together VERY quickly. If licking the spoon is any indication, […]

Old-Fashioned Cajun Cake — Adventures in every day life…

Hello and welcome to Friday! It’s my baking day. Spring has finally sprung and something light & lemony is a perfect choice. This week I am making a favourite old recipe. My mom used to make this, but her recipes were often difficult to reproduce. The ingredients list was a little ambiguous to be sure; […]

Lemon Crumble Breakfast Cake — Adventures in every day life…

Crème fraîche is an ingredient I’ve wanted to use for a while now but haven’t quite gotten around to baking with yet. My apprehension to baking recipes with this ingredient was based in my erroneous belief that I’d have to make my own crème fraîche by fermenting heavy cream in a recipe such as this […]

Baking Chronicle No. 89: Crème Fraîche Scones! — Adventures in Baking: A Journey Towards Baking Competence

These easy vegan scones will blow your mind. Crunchy edges, a fluffy, soft interior and tons of blueberry and lemon flavor come together for a scone that’s well, heavenly. Give it a go! via Heavenly Blueberry Lemon Scones — Let’s Go, Sho

Heavenly Blueberry Lemon Scones — Let’s Go, Sho — My Meals are on Wheels
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Blueberry Scones — Acacia Cooks — My Meals are on Wheels

I love a good scone, the problem is most scones aren’t good. Scones often turn out dense and dry, which is incredibly unappetizing. If your first encounter with a scone was at a hotel continental breakfast, you probably aren’t a fan. But when scones are the right texture and don’t leave your mouth akin to […] […]

Blueberry Scones — Acacia Cooks — My Meals are on Wheels

When I bake scones I prefer to use buttermilk to get a gorgeous fluffy scone that is full of flavour. via Buttermilk Scones — The Minimalist Chef

Buttermilk Scones — The Minimalist Chef — My Meals are on Wheels
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Mixed berries and Cream Bars — Sweet Tablescapes

Berries are the wonderful fruit of summer and Sweettablescapes never ceases to enjoy their flavor and color, They also always bring a very patriotic note to your table with their reds and blues; add some cream and the American flag stares you in the face. So this is a fun recipe for Memorial Day or […]

Mixed berries and Cream Bars — Sweet Tablescapes
Posted by: marthabernie | July 1, 2020

Key Lime Pie Ice Cream — Comfort du Jour

Comfort du Jour is all about twisting and turning to elevate your happy. This ice cream has layers of ginger snap cookies rather than graham crackers. The zippy spice plays so nicely with anything citrus, I just have to.

Key Lime Pie Ice Cream — Comfort du Jour

If you’ve always wanted to make macarons, what better way to get started than with a recipe from Macaron Queen Pooja Dhingra herself. Borrowed from The Foodhall Cookbook, these melt-in-the-mouth meringues are light and airy, with a cinnamon and ginger flavoured ganache filling! Preparation time : 45 minutes Cooking time : 15 minutes Makes :…

The Foodhall Cookbook: Spiced Macarons — The Foodie Diaries

Today in My Kitchen : we are celebrating 4th of July ! INGREDIENTS Juice and zest of 1 lime1/4 c. honey1 tbsp. olive oil1 small watermelon, cut into 1″ thick wedges Freshly torn mint leaves, for serving Heat grill or grill pan to medium heat. In a medium bowl, whisk together lime juice and zest, […]

Watermelon on the Grill — Lisa s Everyday Life — My Meals are on Wheels
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Fruit & Flipz — In Dianes Kitchen

This is a simple and fun dish to make for your Fourth Of July celebration. It combines white chocolate covered pretzels with fruit and all in red, white and blue. It disappeared fast when my daughter brought this to our celebration. To see the printable recipe card click HERE. http://www.InDianesKitchen.com

Fruit & Flipz — In Dianes Kitchen
Posted by: marthabernie | July 1, 2020

Scottish Shortbread — Chloe’s Cravings Journal

Instructions Preheat oven to 325 degrees F and prepare a baking tin lined with parchment paper. Cream the butter and sugar together until well combined, then add 3/4 of the flour and mix. Sprinkle, on a clean surface, the remaining flour. Knead the dough for 5 minutes, adding enough flour to make a soft dough. […]

Scottish Shortbread — Chloe’s Cravings Journal
Posted by: marthabernie | July 1, 2020

Raspberry Crumb Bars — Chef Chelc

Hi all! I’m sorry I’ve been a bit MIA. I feel as though I will continue to apologize for that the rest of this month hah but I’ll do my best to keep sharing recipes! I’m very happy to report that I hit my fundraising goal for the month of June in care package sales. […]

Raspberry Crumb Bars — Chef Chelc

Shrimp is so versatile and there are so many ways to use it in a recipe. It also can be prepared in many ways such as roasting, stir-fries, shrimp cocktail or grilling like in this simple recipe, but always oh so good. The best thing is the meal can be entirely cooked on the grill. […]

Grilled Shrimp Scampi in a Foil Pan with Lemon Butter Sauce — cookingwithauntjuju.com
Posted by: marthabernie | July 1, 2020

Baked Rice Pudding — Stephanie’s Slice Of Life

Rice pudding is a dessert I have loved since I was a child and I always got so excited every time my mother would get ready to make it and take out her Betty Crocker cookbook. This is one of those childhood desserts that regardless of whether another recipe make look or taste better, I […]

Baked Rice Pudding — Stephanie’s Slice Of Life

My favourite cake ever! I’ve been looking for blueberries since the the lockdown began, I couldn’t find any! Thankfully I found some this week. I did a dance when I was told blueberries was available. All I had on my mind was folding them into my cake I forgot to save some for a photo […] […]

Lemon Blueberry Pound Cake — Ounje Aladun — My Meals are on Wheels
Posted by: marthabernie | July 1, 2020

Popovers For Piglet — Stephanie’s Slice Of Life

I have had this Pooh Cookbook since I was a child in the 70’s and the only recipe I ever remember making from it were the Popovers For Piglet. Despite the fact that I can no longer get the popovers to actually pop, I refuse to make any other recipe because every time I make […]

Popovers For Piglet — Stephanie’s Slice Of Life
Posted by: marthabernie | July 1, 2020

Italian Zucchini Boats — Penny’s Food Blog

And just like that zucchini season is upon us, I wish you safe travels my friends as we navigate the zucchini wilderness. I’m coming up with new zucchini recipes since my kitchen counter is already covered with the little beasts and they sit there mocking me . . . and this one is a winner, […]

Italian Zucchini Boats — Penny’s Food Blog

Ingredients For the polenta cake: 225g Kerrygold Pure Irish Salted Butter 225g Caster sugar 110g Polenta 110g Dessicated coconut 110g Ground almonds 3 Eggs (M) Zest of 2 lemons Juice of 1 lemon 1 tsp of baking powder 1 tsp of vanilla essence To serve: Lemon curd or fresh cream Directions Beat together the butter […]

Our next #AtHomeWithKerrygold recipe is this delicious Lemon Polenta Cake from @ShamHanifa — Foodaware

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