Keeping a few logs of cookie dough in the freezer, guaranties having freshly baked cookies in no time. Continue reading “Pecan, Orange, Dried Cranberries and Maple Sugar Cookies”
Raw Cacao, Red Wine, Raisins and Pecan Cookies
The following cookies will delight anyone who loves chewy cookies, with a crunchy, sugary coating. Continue reading “Raw Cacao, Red Wine, Raisins and Pecan Cookies”
Oatmeal-Spelt Cookies with Nuts and Dried Cranberries
Oatmeal cookies are among my favorite cookies, and I always enjoy experimenting with finding new flavors for the basic recipe. This time, since I like the unique flavor and texture of spelt flour, I decided to combine it with the oatmeal in the following recipe. Continue reading “Oatmeal-Spelt Cookies with Nuts and Dried Cranberries”
Lemon Oatmeal Cookies with Dried Apricots and Pecans
The following tasty cookies are another version of my earlier all-oats gluten-free cookies (find the recipe HERE).
This time, I decided to rely even more on both oats flour and rolled oats, instead of using nut meal in the dough. I chose to add a lemony flavor to the cookies, which worked well with the other additions, of chopped pecans and dried apricots. Continue reading “Lemon Oatmeal Cookies with Dried Apricots and Pecans”
Baked Brie with Quince in Spiced Red Wine
Baked Brie is a festive and easy to make dish. The warmed, creamy cheese is served with crackers, fruit and nuts, and the combination of salty, sweet and creamy flavors is irresistible. Continue reading “Baked Brie with Quince in Spiced Red Wine”
Blue Cheese, Rosemary and Pecan Crackers
Homemade crackers are so much better than any store bought ones. Not only that when you’re baking them at home you can control the quality of ingredients used, you can also prepare them exactly to your liking. Continue reading “Blue Cheese, Rosemary and Pecan Crackers”
Chilean Sea Bass with Pecan-Bacon Crust
When I saw this beautiful fresh piece of Chilean Sea Bass at the store, I knew it will result a wonderful dish. This fish has such a rich sweet flavor, and a silky yet firm texture, that can be best described as “buttery”.
Lemon, Banana, Pecan and Cranberries Cake with Lemon Glaze
This tasty and light cake is very easy to make – it doesn’t even require a mixer. Just make sure all the ingredients are at room temperature and mixing will be a breeze. It is a great cake to have on hand, served as a snack or a light dessert.
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