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  • Tag: cardamom

    christmas biscuits: cardamom slice & bake cookies

    Oh hi! 2016, hey? What a year! I bring cookies to celebrate the end of a true garbage?year. Cookies are?not going to make everything better, but it’s butter and sugar and cardamom and lemon zest and those are all good…

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    three’s a crowd: green lentil soup with coconut milk & warm spices

    Clearly, I am the reluctant food blogger. This space has taken a back seat to work. I now have 2 jobs – co-owner of a web design business that I run with my husband and now a hobby-turned-real-live-business, my greeting…

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    carrot cake with cream cheese frosting

    I love carrot cake. Besides my mom’s famous chocolate chip bundt cake, her other most requested cake was carrot cake. It was chock full of walnuts and raisins and it was thankfully without pineapple. I love pineapple but it’s my…

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    a good breakfast: creamy spiced oatmeal

    I’m breathing a huge sigh of relief. We’ve moved into our own home (well, it’s still an apartment, but it’s our very own place) and we’re totally thrilled. The act of moving was slow and steady – we decided to…

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    serious spice: vegan garam masala cookies

    If you were to do a search on my blog for garam masala you’d find the usual suspects. A pot of?lentils and apples might be involved. Maybe you’d stumble over?chickpeas and tomatoes or tofu with squash. Cauliflower and coconut milk?…

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    baking with booze: scotch whiskey oat cake

    I’m no stranger to baking with booze. I’ve used a red dark ale in cake and some Jack Daniels in a batch of vegan chocolate cupcakes. But I’ve never poured a decent, peaty-tasting scotch into something I was going to…

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    warm your weekend: speculaas muffins

    There’s something special about speculaas – the cookie I always referred to as “windmill” cookies growing up because of the dutch windmill stamped on every one. They were spicy and crunchy and foreign, which seemed quite appealing to my small…

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    old fashioned ginger apple pandowdy

    Apple pandowdy not something I grew up eating, but it’s similar to a crisp or a crumble or a grunt: rich biscuit topping and a spicy fruit filling. But the twist with a pandowdy is that molasses and lemon juice are mixed in with the apples so the flavour is deep and dark.

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