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Rosewater Meringue Drops

Rosewater Meringue Drops

Just like my Pink Ribbon Vanilla cookies, these rosewater meringue drops were made for the Breast Cancer Research Ireland bake sale I hosted at work. Unlike the cookies though, these meringue drops were not as easy to make and I can safely say that up until that point meringues had been my mortal enemy. I had previously tried to make a lemon meringue pie and after seeing the damn thing…

Book tip November 2018: Souped up

Souped up

During the warmer months I'll always make sure to have salads for my lunch as much as possible, but when those colder months hit I find myself craving warmer lunches as well so I make myself a nice homemade soup every Sunday evening, so I can enjoy some nice soup at work at the start of the week. So far I've made butternut squash & carrot soup, roasted tomato soup, white…

Honey, Rosemary & Parsley Roasted Parsnip Chips/Fries

Honey & Rosemary Roasted Parsnip Chips/Fries

I must admit I'm one of those typical Belgians who just love their chips. Love love love! Every time I go home to visit my family, it's the first thing I eat: chips from my local town's chipper. So for me to venture out away from traditional potato chips is quite a big thing, but these last few months I've been eating sweet potato chips more often than regular potato…

Baileys Tiramisu served in cocktail glasses

Baileys Tiramisu served in cocktail glasses

Whether you like to keep things traditionally styled or want to stun your guests with a modern dessert? I couldn't choose myself so I just made both styles for you. My first one up was the more classical approach, served in a big casserole where you just scoop out your portion. Easy, traditional and always a great success! My second version is served in large cocktail glasses: stylish &…