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Rhubarb Curd

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No, your eyes are not deceiving you this rhubarb curd is indeed yellow. You know the saying ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’,  well don’t think by this not being pink that isn’t doesn’t taste it like rhubarb, it definitely packs a zingy rhubarb punch. 516 more words

Hawaiian Luau Dessert Shooters

Are you ready to get your Luau on?  I hope so and I have the perfect soundtrack for your whisks, your pans, and your sieves!  One of my favorite movies, … 798 more words

A collection of curds

It is true that I love a tart and tangy curd. It is also true that I was obsessed with making curds this past week. And it is true that I’m not going to stop here. 492 more words

Fruits And Vegetables

Dairy-Free Fruit Curds

So it was a sunny day, and I decided to make some dairy free fruit curds; here’s the recipe

This recipe can be used for both dairy and dairy free curd. 415 more words


Lemon Macarons

There is something about biting into a macaron that I love… the smooth, thin, but slightly crispy crust of the shell, that hides a soft, but a little chewy texture, and then the filling: smooth, light, but firm, for me every bite is a unique experience, so I want the best! 241 more words


Curd is the Word

We’re always told not to judge a book by its cover.

I’m a big supporter of that advice, but I think so many of us are guilty of the name game, too. 1,469 more words

Food For Thought

Fruit curds - Passiflora edulis versus Citrus × limon

There is a war raging in our household and, sadly, I’m not sure if – and when – there will be a winner. The war concerns which fruit curd is best. 875 more words

Urban Garden Eating