Tunisian Brick à l’Oeuf is a delicious dish filled with tuna, onions, capers, harissa, parsley and a luscious runny egg yolk, all wrapped up in a delicate pastry.It’s time for the MENA (Middle Eastern & North African) Cooking Group. This monthly group has for goal to help us discover the culture and cuisine of the countries found in these parts of the world. The host of the month will choose two savory and a sweet dish from the country and the members pick one dish to make....more
Homemade puff pastry is something that has always been on my baking bucket list. I watch a LOT of cooking shows and it seems to be one of those things that people assume is too hard or time consuming to make from scratch.
Hello there! Was about to cook dinner and we had all the prep ingredients ready, some good smoked pork sausage, mature asiago cheese, sun-dried tomatoes and some already seasoned baby champignon mushrooms. The idea was to make a delicious salad, maybe adding some lettuce, arugula and finely chopped carrots, but the oven was on so we change the recipe, cooking an amazing puff pastry savory pie using the same ingredients, and still serving the salad, as side dish. ...more
Let’s start off by saying, that these pretty little pastries might be one of our favorite things we’ve baked. We upped the puff pastry ante by topping them with whipped cream cheese and fig balsamic glazed strawberries. Yea, you read that right....more
I've always had a soft spot for pastries.I haven't exactly been able to indulge like I used to since removing sugar, dairy, and gluten from my diet. That was until I tried my hand at a vegan, gluten-free version of Martha Stewart's pie crust....more
Another boozy baking post? I think so! This time, we will be making delicious tarts with a buttery, flaky crust, a creamy almond (frangipane) filling and smooth amber amaretto-infused caramel nut topping....more