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Kalo Pasxa, Happy Easter!

Happy Happy Easter to everyone!!! I wish you the best Easter Sunday with your family and friends. I am sharing a few pictures of all the food I made. I went a little overboard. 🙂 Spanakopita, Tiropita, Basil & Garlic Hummus, tsoureki, Koulourakia, Baklava, Rosemary Potatoes, and of course our meat is barbecuing now.


I am wishing everyone a lovely weekend, and a happy Saturday! What are your Saturday plans? Today I went grocery shopping with one of my food buddies, and we discovered some new chocolate at Whole Foods. I love Whole Foods, but they are too darn pricey! I do recommend their semi sweet chocolate chips. I am planning Valentine’s Day for my Etsy Shop, and soon you will see some yummy truffles. I haven’t revealed the kinds yet, but nutella is involved! 🙂 Saturday’s Food For Thought: Egg Whites Egg whites have… Read more SATURDAY’S FOOD FOR THOUGHT: EGG WHITES

Fun & Interesting Facts In The Kitchen

Here are some fun facts about substituting ingredients in your kitchen!  Substituting Ingredients You all know it can be a pain in the butt when it comes to missing ingredients,… Read more Fun & Interesting Facts In The Kitchen

Sunday’s Crazy Ingredient Is: Dates

Dates is our main ingredient today!!! Who would ever think that dates and coconut will go together but they do. Coconut- Date Balls Recipe Ingredients: 2 beaten eggs 1 cup white sugar 1 cup dates (chopped) 2 tsp vanilla flavoring 1 tbsp butter 3 cups rice crispy cereal 1 cup flaked coconut Directions: In a medium saucepan over medium heat, combine the eggs, sugar and dates.  Bring mixture to a boil, stir occasionally and boil for about 4-5 minutes. Remove from the heat and stir in the butter and vanilla.  Add… Read more Sunday’s Crazy Ingredient Is: Dates

~Meringue Tips~

For the holidays coming up I know many of you will be making sweet treats and some that include meringue in them. Here are some tips below to help you with your holiday baking.  Meringue Tips For The Holidays- Start by making sure that there is no egg yolk specs anywhere. Having egg yolks in your egg whites can keep from whipping properly.  Separate the eggs while cold. Separating the eggs while cold, will help keep the egg yolks from bleeding into the egg whites. Beat the whites at a… Read more ~Meringue Tips~

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