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FLASHBACK FRIDAY - Dessert sauces

In the culinary world, Escoffier’s five mother sauces are used as the base of many “daughter” or “secondary” sauces and are defined by their base ingredient and thickening agent: 284 more words

Pastry Basics

lemon tartlets

Yesterday was my father-in-law’s birthday!  Happy Birthday, Duane!

Duane loves a good lemon bar/pie/dessert; so this year I decided to try a lemon tartlet. Our lemon tree has yielded a few late bloomers that have proven to be sweet and zesty! 991 more words

Baking

Chocolate Mousse

A mousse is a light preparation, whisked and folded together. A chocolate mousse is one of the most decadent and indulgent desserts around. Its got a very simple procedure and it hasn’t changed in any way, for years. 246 more words

Desserts

Foods for Diabetics: Red Grapefruit

Red Grapefruit
Sweet, juicy, and delicious, ruby red grapefruit packs more antioxidant power and more health benefits than white grapefruit. In a 30-day test of 57 people with heart disease, those who ate one red grapefruit daily decreased their LDL (bad) cholesterol by 20 percent and triglycerides by 17 percent. 332 more words

To Your Health

Light Sabayon With Pomegranate And Pistachios

Autumn has finally arrived and soon Foodfulife will turn two years old! Yep, two years ago I decided to start this incredible journey and Foodfulife is still going strong! 486 more words

High-fibre Food

Summertime Recipes: Fresh Summer Berries and Peaches with Sabayon

Summer is a time of intense flavors. There’s nothing quite like the bursting flavor of corn kernels, cherry tomatoes, or berries, delivering  a rush of sweetness to your taste buds. 379 more words

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Sausage pinwheels and the virtue of patience

Good for lunch or dinner with a beer and a veggie of some sort.

Sabayon ingredients ready to be whipped unmercifully for the next half hour. 627 more words

Baking