Finally, I pushed myself to get this one off the easel, I had started this one a month or so back but left it sitting there and I got totally disconnected with this painting. Lately, I find myself to have an inconsistent attention span, I want to do everything and my painting gets pushed back, … Continue reading Peony Painting
Yes! Marscapone and Créme Brûlée a beautiful marriage- the richness of the Marscapone, as if the Créme Brûlée was not rich on its own, adds an additional creaminess that is quite amazing. This particular recipe is closer to a Crema Catalana, a little softer in texture, like a custard. Try to use the best ingredients … Continue reading Marscapone Créme Brûlée
Before mowing the lawn this weekend I was saddened to see 2 of my Honeymoon roses look like they are going to kick the bucket, I emailed Jackson and Perkins with the pictures in hopes that they will stand by their guarantee. Either way, I have 2 new roses that arrived on Friday from The … Continue reading Rosegarden update…
Day 3 of the 30-day challenge was started (only have 30 minutes of work on it thus far) and I will be finishing it later today and I will post the final this evening.
Yes, they are! Really they are, they're the love child of a moist Brownie and a Tiramisu, they are absolutely delectable and best of all...they are super easy to make. I used my favorite brownie recipe that I have been using now for about 15 years and simply added an additional step to make these … Continue reading The Best Marscarpone Brownies.
So here we are again... another Spring - and I must say I have been definitely distracted in preparation to this wonderful season, perhaps my favorite and I wonder why... I have been once again stuck in the garden - project after project with a painting resting on the easel that I have commenced and … Continue reading It’s SPRING! Rose Garden in the making.