The Great British Bake Off just wrapped its 7th season, and once again we were treated to a great variety of classics mixed in with whimsical desserts, the legendary, harsh but fair judges Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry, the funny commentary of Mel and Sue, and a dozen lovely home bakers, each more lovable than the next, all tremendously skilled in baking. 826 more words
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This IS actually a VEGAN Buddha Bowl, but we added baked chicken (which you could disregard). The spiced chickpeas are to-die-for & oh my on the red peppa sauce. 311 more words
When your sisters buy you shark mugs & send you a recipe, well – ya gotta give it a shot, right?
Full recipe download here: 79 more words
You know who I want to cook for me? Canadian chef Michael Smith. I never heard of him until the last year when I’ve turned on the TV and flipped around (or rather pressed) the channels and occasionally came across his show “Chef at Home” where he is cooking in his (very nice) house. 356 more words
Some have called it Breadxit. The Great British Bake Off, a massive flour-dusted island hit, is leaving BBC for the cash-colored pastures of Channel 4 in a £75 million deal. 1,860 more words