My friend Sara started two blogs (culinary/crafty blog & garden blog) recently which I enjoy reading very much, and she kind of talked me into doing the same ;o).  So I started a garden blog a couple days ago and now I want to start blogging about my culinary adventures. As a mom of 3 little children I’m extremely motivated to make food look good, so when I make something special for the kids or a holiday, I’ll post pictures and recipes of that here…


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  1. You have 3 little ones … how on earth do you get time to make these fabulous creations? Are they three helpers?
    I can barely manage with one … she helps when there’s chocolate or sweet cake mixture involved 😉

    • No, they don’t really want to help with kitchen things. But I must admit, being in the kitchen and cooking, baking etc. is my way to compensate for the stress. Sounds weird, I guess ;o).

  2. I really enjoyed reading your blog,I like your writing style, the great recipes and awesome photos! You know what,Foodista is accepting entries for the best food blogs cookbook. It’s a full color book that will be published by Andrews McMeel Publishing this coming Fall 2010. You have made a wonderful blog here and I thought how great it would be if you could join in this event! You can find out more about it at this link.Sorry I had to leave this message here.I wanted to email you but couldn’t find it,so I dropped this one instead. Hope you do join. Thanks!

  3. This is why I love risotto! So many varieties to try. Savory is my usual choice, but your sweet versions sound great and using the risotto for arancini is another creative approach. I highly recommend the salmon/watercress – and I’m glad you kept the recipe to try.

  4. I hope it’s OK to contact you here, We came across your blog and We’d like to invite you to appear on our Foodie site – Foodierama. Have a look at http://www.foodierama.com and send us a note on our contact form if interested. Thanks and sorry to intrude , Dave

  5. Oh crazy me now I see where I picked up sara as your name. Now you know I have limited reading skills.

  6. You mentioned looking for a bake-in strawberry cake…

    Strawberry Cake

    2 cups Self rising Flour
    3 eggs
    1 cup Vegetable Oil
    1 Cup Sugar
    1 Pkg. Strawberry Jello
    1/2 cup Buttermilk
    1 1/4 cup of Strawberries , Pureed

    Pre heat oven to 350 degrees. Grease and flour two 8 in round pans. Sift flour into a bowl , set aside in another bowl beat eggs then add oil, sugar, gelatin, and buttermilk. stir untill well blended. Add flour to the mixtureand blend.
    Drain 1/4 cup of juice from berries and save for icing. fold in berries . pour in pans and bake for 25 to 30 min, or till browned. Turn out on a rack to cool.


    1/4 lb. butter, softened
    1 pkg. (8oz) Cream cheese
    1/4 cup berry Juice
    1 1 lb box Powdered Sugar

    Mix all until creamy and well blended.

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