Culinary Adventures: I can’t talk about it.

I recently did something related to my baking that was very, very exciting! Unfortunately, I can’t discuss all the details about it just yet. What I can say is that it had me go on a whirlwind trip to the East Coast to visit states I’ve never been to before! I’m practically bursting at the…

Culinary Adventures: The baking never stops.

Once again, life had gotten so busy, I unfortunately neglected my blog…It doesn’t mean that I wasn’t cooking or baking. Ooooh, no no no no. It just means I didn’t have time to photograph and blog recipes to share with you all. As a humble apology gift, please take the endless scroll of pictures as…

Culinary Adventures.

Late June into early July has been an insanely busy cooking time period for me! First it began with camp. I’ve never been camping before, I’ve never been out doors for days on end and slept in a tent before. But thankfully, I was going with friends who knew what they were doing! For the…

Recipe: Corn and Cheese Muffins.

Muffins are normally thought of as something sweet, more than likely with fruit and is great for breakfast or as a quick snack. Well, for those of you who want a savory muffin, I have a recipe for you! What inspired me for this recipe is the fact that when you search for a corn…

Recipe: Chinese Smashed Cucumber Salad

I posted a picture on Facebook of my favorite, most addictive snack…My version of a Chinese smashed cucumber salad. It’s perfect for summertime snacking! Since then, people have been asking me what it is and how to make it. Since there’s a process on how to prepare the cucumbers, I thought I would do a…

Recipe: Vegan Chili with tofu.

Tofu is one of those things where you either really like or you hate it. I honestly think people who don’t like tofu hasn’t tried it well seasoned. But then again, I could be biased since I grew up eating the stuff and love it. This recipe for vegan chili is hands down my favorite…

Recipe: Sweet Potato Cake with Cranberry Orange Relish.

Christmas has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean that holiday baking has to be over – especially since winter JUST started. For me, holiday type of baked treats don’t stop coming out of my kitchen until late January. Most things that are branded as “for the holidays” are spiced with cinnamon, cloves, and all…

Recipe: Layered Apple Cinnamon Coffee Cake

It’s fall y’all! And that means time for apples and pumpkin and warm spices like cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg. I will admit that I am a fanatic for the apple cinnamon combination. So when my coworker gave me some Braeburn apples from his tree and asked me to do something with it so he could…

Recipe: Plain Scones

Scones are one of those things where everyone has various different recipes for them and their own special way to make it. It’s like American biscuits – some people have recipes handed down for generations, or they have a certain way that they’ve been making them for as long as they can remember. A lot…

Recommended: Citrus Bundt Cake from Baking Bites

Bundt cakes are one of my favorite types of cake to bake when bringing it over to someone’s house. I like to think of it as a casual elegant dessert. It looks really fancy, but there isn’t much work involved in making it so presentable – unlike a layered cake with frosting. I had an…