Somehow, slices of winter’s citrus becomes an acceptable dessert for guests when showered with vanilla bean syrup. Â At least no one complained at our 24th annual World Christmas – Cuba style. Â Dr. April’s beansÂ and baked rice (recipe coming), a helping hand from the famous Porto’s Bakery, three batches of mojitos … Read More
What to serve guests in the morning? It bakes while you prepare coffee, slice fruit, and take a moment of quiet before this happens.
Oatmeal hasn’t been my kid’s thing, since he was a baby. Â Now that I think about it, maybe he always hated oatmeal but couldn’t avoid spoon-feeding. Â Once … Read More
Oh my god, I looooove them, myÂ twin nieces exclaimed, in unison as twins do, when I asked about the peanut butter treats their mom, my sister, makes. Remember these are the people who gave us swag barsÂ -Â kid-friendly treats without any guilt and a whole lotta swagger.
If you’re like me, … Read More
I struggle with home baking as a crunchtime solution until I realize that the time we devote at the onset, for the right recipe, pays us back with ready-made breakfasts and cinnamon baking kitchen aroma, signaling either fall is here or we’re staging our home for sale. Â Although we can … Read More
You know the term rising? It’s a summer term to indicate the grade a child will enter in the fall, as in will be a freshman or freshman rising. Â My daughter is now, at this very moment, entering her last summer rising. Â She will be a senior come September. We … Read More