Posted in /Cooking/Desserts/Cake on Saturday, August 31, 2019
This cake recipe came from the Alberta Agriculture District Office in Vegreville. It was gifted to me by an old German grandma. The Rhubarb recipe came from the need to deal with the prehistoric rhubarb plant in my garden.
Posted in /Cooking/Desserts/Cake on Thursday, December 20, 2018
Posted in /Cooking/Desserts/Cake on Sunday, June 10, 2018
Lava cakes are one of those fancy desserts you think needs to be made by a chef at a snooty restaurant. But this is defiantly something you can impress your friends with at the next house party. My students knocked it out of the park, so you can too!
If in doubt, do not add more time to the baking of these cakes. In order for the lava to flow you need to take them out before the centers are fully cooked. Don't worry they've been in the oven long enough to kill any bacteria from the eggs.
Posted in /Cooking/Desserts/Cake on Sunday, October 01, 2017
My students made these gorgeous mini chocolate cheesecakes and I can't ignore posting the recipe and the picture.
Posted in /Cooking/Desserts/Cake on Tuesday, August 08, 2017
Most people associate memories with flavours. This is the recipe that I associate with Nana and evenings after the sunset at the shore. The cookbook she uses for the recipe opens directly to the page of the recipe, proving how often it is used. This is not a fancy or secret recipe it's actually out of a very old copy of the Gold Medal Flour cookbook. I'm sure many families have used similar recipes, but it is one of my favourite flavour memories.