Sweet Matcha mini donuts with chocolate

These Sweet Matcha mini donuts with chocolate glaze pack a lot of lovely matcha tea flavor in a small guilt free format.

Matcha is green tea from the Camellia sinensis, with the entire leaf transformed into a very fine powder. Unlike other teas derived from Camellia sinensis, matcha has not been fermented. This is not […]

Gong Fu Chinese Tea Tasting part 2

Welcome to part 2 of the special Gongfu tea ceremony I hosted for a few friends.

It was the perfect way to enjoy the 5 tea samples I received from Teavivre. Make sure to check Gong Fu Chinese Tea Tasting part 1 to learn more about all the teas we tried and about the Gong […]

Gers Ogaily, an exotic perfumed cake from Kuwait

An exotic perfumed cake from Kuwait called Gers Ogely; with saffron, cardamom, rose water and toasted sesame seeds flavor notes.

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 […]

Gong Fu Chinese Tea Tasting part 1

I had an incredible eye opening experience. And I have to admit I never thought I would say this following a Chinese Tea Tasting, but I was left in awe after trying 5 very high grade tea samples from Teavivre. A high quality tea is so much more refined, pure and crisp. An excellent tea […]

Jordanian Tomato Soup

It’s time for the MENA Cooking Group (Middle Eastern & North African). 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 a savory and a sweet dish from the country and the members […]

Pork Sag Curry with the Clipso Pressure Cooker

When I moved out of my parents home I invariably inherited some kitchen items that my mom had in 2s or 3s, or some of my grand mother’s old things. One such treasure handed down to me was a dark avocado green aluminum pressure cooker. You know the kind with the chrome metal heavy weight […]

Smoky Brazilian Fish and Potato Stew

I have mentioned before that I have a black thumb, no green ones to spare. But I have tried to not let this personal fact stop me from trying to grow plants, flowers or vegetables. When I was about 15 I asked my parents if I could tear up a small section of the backyard […]