Whenever I have guests over and need to prepare a dessert in no time, I think about verrines — these cute glasses bursting with deliciousness. My idea of a great dessert isn’t a fruit salad, so I always make sure to have at least something sweet to end a meal with. These verrines come in handy
Guys, I’m so excited to share this pear compote with you. Not only is it completely sugar-free, but it’s also: (1) so easy to make (2) so delicious you’d want to eat it by the spoonful (3) and just so perfect in baked oatmeal, on toast, on yoghurt, on pancakes…basically on pretty much anything you like
When it comes to food, Jon and I are so similar yet so different. We both favor home cooked meals above all, we both can’t get enough of desserts and veggies, and we both love watching all TV shows about cooking — from Top Chef and MasterChef to even the most random documentaries about culinary events
A meal is never truly over in my house until we finish dessert. I grew up in a family where desserts are the first thing we think about when preparing a menu for an upcoming lunch or dinner party. Desserts are so precious to us that they are also the first thing we look at on a restaurant’s menu.
We finally received our wedding video, eight months after our big day. We had been impatiently waiting for it, wondering if it would be as amazing as we remember the ceremony and party being last summer. We tore the package immediately after we received it and watched the one-hour-and-a-half video before dinner on Friday night. All the wonderful
I shouldn’t be even sharing this recipe with you. It is so darn easy. I used store-bought ingredients. I didn’t make my own puff pastry. Hell, I didn’t even make my own pesto rosso or olive tapenade! As you know, dear reader, I am completely and madly in love with easy recipes, although I do fancy