When I taught myself cook I went through old recipes that my mom used to make, one of our favorites was roasted red pepper soup. It takes a lot of peppers and patience so I don’t make it often; but when I do I’m generous […]
52 weeks of baking – Cakes, cupcakes & muffins I have unique feelings about muffins, they can be delicious but they also cause mischief among students. When I first joined Sorlandet the ship board director (the principle) told me a lot about how the old […]
52 weeks of cooking – Poaching As a sailor you’d think the crew would be eating fish all the time, nope, we hardly ever eat fish. It comes down to two factors, it’s expensive and we don’t catch it often. We go into lots of […]
Most of the time I don’t follow recipes, I use them as guidelines. I’m not a big fan of taking measurements, everything is eye balled, tasted and adjusted. It would be wonderful if everyone learned to cook this way, through the power of your own […]
52 weeks of Baking – Biscuits I use to think I made great biscuits, then I went to the south and had a real biscuit. The students on Gulden Leeuw devoured my biscuits. I did have to argue on several occasions with them that they […]
52 weeks of cooking – Portuguese You know those dishes you’ve tasted while on vacation that are so fantastic they stick in your memory forever? I’ve got a few of those and most of the time I can recreate them to some degree, but when […]
52 weeks of baking – Oats & Nuts Starting your day with a big pot of tea or a single cup in the afternoon was a ritual I hadn’t taken part in until I stayed with friends in England. My husband and I went to […]
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Single Serving Edibles: Cannabis Carrot Cake for One (or two) Single Dose Edibles Recipe – Whole Grain, With No Refined Sugar This single dose edibles recipe for Cannabis Carrot Cake is quick and easy to make. It’s a single-serving edibles recipe so it only makes one small cannabis carrot cake or two cannabis carrot cake muffins. This recipe for carrot cannacake uses whole wheat flour and natural turbinado sugar. White flour and white sugar contribute to inflammation and should be avoided. Cannabis Carrot Cake Edibles Using Cannabutter or Cannaoil This cannabis carrot cake recipe uses cannabutter or cannaoil (See my tutorial
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A breakfast so good, I could eat it all day long :)
Ever since the Etruscan times, then the Romans, mixing flour and water has been very popular. To these days, an ancient Etruscan stove top bread called Torta al Testo is still part of the Umbrian diet.