While it’s still technically summer, I’m sitting here typing this with freezing hands– the thermometer read 40 degrees this morning! So that tells me that despite technically being summer, my taste buds are ready for fall and there’s nothing more fall-like than pumpkin. Sure everything sooner or later will start appearing in pumpkin spice form… Read More >
While I’m definitely more of a coffee person, I have come around to tea as time has gone by. One of my favorites, especially when I’m feeling under the weather, is Earl Grey – it’s a classic that I’m convinced has healing powers when mixed with honey and lemon. That gave me some inspiration for… Read More >
If you’re only drinking your beer, you’re missing out! Beer is a great ingredient to use in the kitchen for desserts like this Guinness & Bailey’s ice cream, as well as more savory dishes like beef and beer chili. This time around, I turned on the oven (despite the blistering heat and humidity) and used… Read More >
Sure, we’ve all heard of pineapple upside down cake, but what about that same type of concept with a different fruit? This easy dessert recipe for plum upside down cake is traditional with a twist – the plums at the bottom cook with a caramel and the end result is a jammy plum top to… Read More >
Traditional cheesecake is a classic dessert that people always love. This Key lime cheesecake recipe has a light citrus flavor and is the perfect dessert for when things get hotter! Use fresh Key limes if you can find them. If not, plain limes will work, too. Here’s the recipe: Key Lime Cheesecake Recipe Adapted from… Read More >
Biting into a tasty piece of cheesecake is surely one of life’s most amazing pleasures. It’s also one of those desserts where each bite that you take is even better than the last! Even though it’s delicious to eat a piece as is, it can be fun to experiment with the leftovers! Here are some… Read More >
Pineapples naturally complement cheesecake because the tart sweetness of the fruit goes well with the creamy sweetness of the cheesecake. Instead of baking the filling into a traditional cheesecake, this recipe turns it into delicious bars, instead.
Although key limes are typically in season from June to September, there are some varieties that are available all year. If you can’t find key limes in your local grocery store, substitute by using bottled, unsweetened key lime juice. Garnish each slice of the pie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or lime or… Read More >