Bialy - Bialystok Kucken # Project We Knead to Bake - 5

Bialy – Bialystok Kucken # Project We Knead to Bake – 5

  Family traditions counter alienation and confusion. They help us define who we are; they provide something steady, reliable and safe in a confusing world. Susan Libberman ,New Traditions Until I got down to baking this month’s bread,  Bialy to me,  was the mighty Bagel’s fancy cousin – stuffed with toppings and looking all pretty. It’s […]

Malpua with Banana & Ricotta Cheese

Malpua with Banana & Ricotta Cheese

    Let’s count the reasons why the Malpua with Banana & Ricotta Cheese is Sinful. It is filled with whole milk Ricotta cheese, it is deep fried in ghee and then dipped in a sugar syrup.  All those things make it sinful. Now let’s see the reasons why it is oh so delicious.  Well.. all […]

Grilled Herb Shrimp - Ina Garten Fridays

Grilled Herb Shrimp – Ina Garten Fridays

  Ina Garten  – The woman who rekindled my passion for cooking.  It was a very boring rainy afternoon in the Keystone  resort.  Boring because it was almost fall but not quite the colorful fall, it was not winter yet and we were at a ski resort doing nothing because it was raining with lightening and thunderstorms.  With […]

Tandoori Spiced Salmon With Black Rice

Tandoori Spiced Salmon With Black Rice

  It is a bitter sweet moment, writing this post today. Today is the last post of the Power Foods Blogging Group. I learned a lot on this journey of 38 power foods with the blog group. The stories from each one of the bloggers kept me entertained and the facts about power foods kept […]

Hokkaido Milk Bread with Tangzhong

Hokkaido Milk Bread with Tangzhong

The smell of good bread baking, like the sound of lightly flowing water, is indescribable in its evocation of innocence and delight… – M.F.K. Fisher, from The Art of Eating I think when MFK fisher said that she was thinking about the Hokkaido bread made with the Tangzong method.  Well may be not really, but a […]

Hot and Spicy Schoolyard Shrimp - Guest Post for Creative Culinary

Hot and Spicy Schoolyard Shrimp – Guest Post for Creative Culinary

“Food is humanitarian: sharing it bridges cultures, making friends of strangers pleasantly surprised to learn how much common ground they ultimately share.” ―Anthony Beal Food is how I met Barb, the creator of the wonderful blog-  Creative Culinary  .  She started The Front Range Food Blogger group for the local bloggers to get together and meet and talk […]