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Mlyntsi ~ Ukrainian Griddle Cakes

Posted on 04/25/2013 11:27:06 AM

This is a follow up to last week’s Cookbook Fetish post, whereupon I had a few requests for the pancake/griddle cake recipe…so instead of hoarding it, I decided to share it.  I know, highly amiable of me isn’t it? As mentioned, this recipe is pretty simple, but it is also ..

Quirky Quinoa Craving

Posted on 04/17/2013 06:33:15 AM

Ever have a really strong, unexplainable craving?  I mean, so strong a hankering that you will stop at nothing to satisfy it?  That has been me lately with quinoa.  The stuff has been on my mind for a couple weeks but I have not had the time to sit down to come up with something n..

Are herbal teas really tea?

Posted on 04/16/2013 09:26:03 AM

I want to look at whether herbal tea which by definition contains no actual tea can be considered a tea. To begin with let’s look at the definition of what “tea” is and what “herbal tea” is. Tea is a drink made from the leaves of the Camellia Sinensis plant. This plant ..

Wearing of the Green

Posted on 03/29/2013 08:41:37 PM

And other healthy pursuits We are lagging behind in posting SNB updates, but we are finally back at it.  March had provided a little too much madness for us to keep up.  There was, of course, the St. Patrick's Day holiday to maneuver.  The Sunday Night Blog took a look at the second b..

Drinking loose tea is better!

Posted on 03/28/2013 09:24:06 AM

Are you a tea lover but still use low quality teabags? Well it’s time to change to loose tea and I am going to tell you why the whole leaf is better! To begin with, let’s look at what teabags are. Teabags have only been a popular choice for tea lovers since the late 1960’s. Before ..

Tamarind is a Fruit Widely Known in Cuisines Around the World

Posted on 03/26/2013 03:58:31 PM

In the US, Tamarind is a less known fruit. The tamarind tree will not grow to produce fruit in temperate areas. Native to Africa and common in India, interest in alternate cuisines has made it somewhat more available in the US today.   My first experience with tamarind was in Guatemala. While l..

Wedding Cake Ideas & Trends | Jewish, Kosher Weddings

Posted on 03/25/2013 10:04:03 AM

6 Popular Wedding Cakes for Jewish & Kosher Weddings. Industry experts share the top trends in kosher cakes, including dress-inspired cake, colorful cake designs, fun and creative grooms cakes, and more! Top Wedding Cake Trends include: 1. Simple & Elegant - Couples are choosing elegant cake..


Posted on 03/25/2013 08:19:43 AM

The word “Biscotti” need not strike fear into a fledgling Baker’s heart!  These luscious cookies are so easy to make you will be on your way to becoming a Biscotti Queen (or King, I am sure that there are plenty of manly men out there that love to bake as well) in no time. The..

What is Blooming Tea?

Posted on 03/20/2013 11:28:46 AM

If you have never tried blooming tea before you will want to after you read this article! Sometimes referred to as flowering tea or flowerball tea, Blooming Teas are one of the most exciting and out of this world Chinese teas I have ever tried! To make Blooming tea, whole leaf green tea is hand sewn..

Three Quick Recipes for Cookies Without Heating the Oven

Posted on 03/13/2013 08:58:36 AM

Cookies are always great to make and have on hand. Sometimes the mess or thought of heating up the oven is enough to banish that thought. With these three recipes there is no baking required and kids love to help.   When looking at recipes for cookies, there is always the thought of the baking ..

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