Trunk of the Yule – Another Great REcipe from Alexander!

My friend Alexander gave me such a great guest post, that i felt i needed to accept another from him! His site is mostly about wiccan spells, but he has some great recipes too. You can check out his blog for more information if you like. This is a spell for wiccans that enjoy cakes. It is…


A Short History on Wiccan Cooking

My friend Alexander at Greatest Magic Spells of the World recently shared a great post for new witches to try out. It merges the basics of cooking while practicing a diet dedicated to witchcraft. You should take a look at it if you are interested! You can find his post here. The Evolution of Cooking…


Gluten-Free, Xanthan Gum and Chocolates?

Just as I was ready to voice my concern about the extensive use of xanthan gum in gluten-free product, a study reported by the International Journal of Food Science and Technology informed me about the beneficial effects of the gum in baked products. Food scientists tested xanthan gum by adding various concentrations of it to…


…And the “Gluten-Free Made Simple” Cookbook Winners are…

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE WINNERS! 1. Lisa from http://www.lisasglutenfree.com – whose readers will be excited to receive all the updated information Lisa will offer them from the book 2. dj6ual at http://dj6ual.jigsy.com – I am really happy that “dj6ual” (DJ Harris ) won this book. She is an MS survivor, that does not allows her illness to take over,…


Ask the Expert: 7 Top Food Photography Tips

Guest Post By Katherine Martinelli, a Food and Travel Writer and Photographers. When Georgette of Chocolate and Figs invited me to do a guest post on the importance of good food photography on food blogs, I wasn’t just honored, I was blown away! I’ve been an admirer of Chocolate and Figs for some time now…


Easy gluten-free pumpkin cake

WOW! I cannot believe it is October already. September is always such a busy month for me that it disappears without me noticing. I am always hoping that next year I will be more organized; meaning I will have less stressful September days. Oh well, one can always hope. But finally I have a few…


How to Make Easy, Creative Tiramisu in Less Than 30 minutes

Another year has passed and once again we ask the same question: where did this year go? It seems as if we just celebrated 5771 (yes, that is the year that just passed). I guess by now I should realize that time is not static. Another traditional thing we do every year is asking for…


Somlói Galuska: How to Make the Perfect Hungarian Trifle

Hungary is famed for its fine pastries; many relate to our long Austrian association. There are dessert recipes, however, that are purely Hungarian. Somlói Galuska (SHOM-lo-i GAH-loosh-kah), a kind of trifle on steroids, is an easy cake recipe and delicious member of the Hungarian dessert family. To me, Somlói Galuska is Hungarian comfort food. No…


GIVEAWAY – Gluten-Free Made Simple Cookbook

I’ve been looking for an opportunity to give back to all my loyal readers. A few days back, we reviewed a cookbook, titled: Gluten-Free Made Simple,written by the women of the Dahlstrom family. Since then I became friends with Marcia Dahlstrom, co-author of the book, exchanged ideas and I even baked a blondie from the…


The Food Police Made Me Do It.

Who says that a blog that writes about food always need to have a new recipe, a new photograph of a cake, a new cookbook review and so on…? I did not see any recipe police checking all the food blogs and gives out summons to those having a recipe or a photograph more than…