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Oat and Cardamom Chocolate Florentines

September is usually the month where things slowly return to normality, the emphasis being on slowly. Everyone is back from their annual holidays, schools are starting again and universities are getting busy preparing for the arrival of a new intake of freshers and the return of second and third year students. 862 more words

Recipes

Roasted Corn with Brown Butter Herb Sauce

Of all the street foods you’ll find in Nigeria, roasted corn is definitely one of my favorites. Charred over a blazing hot fire, each kernel reaches just the right ratio of, let’s say, “al dente,” on the outside while retaining its juicy center. 308 more words

Single Ear of Sweet Corn

You can still get great tomatoes. Come January we’ll long for them. 

I was at a friend’s house and she made corn for us.

Butter, salt and fresh black pepper.   35 more words

Photography

Stuffed Thick Cut Pork Chops with Chunky Apple Mashed Sweet Potatoes & Broccoli with Fennel

I think here in the South, we like our pork just as much as we do our sweet tea. Rather it’s in the form of bacon or barbecued, Southerners can’t get enough of it. 512 more words

Southern Cooking

My thoughts on worldly current events

After this if you haven’t caught on my dear fellow,
the world powers are just cowards who bicker and bellow.
Who is wrong, Who is right, 46 more words
Butter

did someone say brown butter & sugar?

brown butter salted mocha cookies
I just have to share this recipe with you all… I found it on pinterest (please follow me if you’d like—I’m new on there and just getting up to speed) and it was amazing. 150 more words

Baking

BACK TO THE BLOG!! B is for Bread....Hokkaido Milk Bread that is!!

So it has been quite a while since i posted a recipe on this blog….and by a while i mean a few years!! After two whole momentous posts i unfortunately fell off the blog wagon and allowed my life to take over. 1,156 more words

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