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Surfas Breadmaking Class: Bread #5: Brioche

I think it was my mother who once told me that if I want to quite eating sweets, I should make them myself. She said that if I see, first hand, how much sugar and fat are in it, I will surely quite eating it. 557 more words


Cooking in Prague!

My husband and I planned a trip to Eastern Europe. So I decided to take a class in the Czech Republic in the beautiful city of Prague.I found Chef Bara on the Travelove website. 390 more words

Cooking School

Surfas Breadmaking Class: Bread #2: Pain de Epi

I love baguettes. For me, they are the epitome of bread, and Pain de Epi is just another variation, and perhaps the most visually appealing, of the famous French loaf family. 597 more words


Cooking Basics


As Julia Child said: ” You need to learn to Saute before you can Souffle” you will find here the First things you need to know before getting anywhere near a stove. 24 more words


Old bikes and big breakfasts at Moto Vecchia | Hobart, Tasmania

Don’t get me wrong, Vietnamese food is insanely good!

Considering it took me 30 years to evolve from 2-minute chicken-flavoured Maggi noodles (often dry out of the packet…great playground snack!!) to ‘gourmet’ Mi-Goreng from the Asian food aisle at Woolies, I feel like over the last 30 days I’ve levelled up to the big time in all things noodle!! 853 more words


Some of the delicious things I learned to make at The Farm Cooking School

You’ve all seen that I love the classes that I’ve taken at The Farm Cooking School in Stockton, NJ. I wanted to show how the classes translate to food that I’ve made recently at home. 306 more words


Foodie TV for a Hot and Rainy Weekend

Here in Pennsylvania, we’re having one of those relaxing summer days. Rain on and off. A few thunderstorms. And humidity that makes one take shelter in the refuge of an air conditioned living room. 566 more words