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The Body Is The Temple

Plant-based is absolutely the best way to go and I go that way naturally and that diet is also compatible with my blood-type as our blood-types have a lot to do with our distinct personalities ( In the early nineties a little over twenty years ago there was a health food store that I use [] read more »

Fresh, Pure And Wholesome

I take good bites out of life; the chunks that I know are going to be the most nutritious and beneficial for me. I eat and live very health-wise. Aside from feeding our bodies we also have to feed our brains and without a healthy constitution our minds will lack the virility that it needs [] read more »

My Lifestyle Delights!

I am free today and I have the entire weekend off and I am thrilled that I am in the mood to write today and my mind is on my taste buds and how I have been able to grocery shop and continue to find my favorite foods that go in accordance to my vegetarian [] read more »

BEST Brownie in a Mug Recipe

How it all started I had the last 2 days off, and if you didnt already know, I work in the lovely world of retail so lets just say, I definitely have my days at work. You can always read read more »

A Wee Bit of Irish

I’ve been told that it is happy hour somewhere, so I might as well have a drink. Although it was enough reasoning for me in college, that’s hardly the case now. It may be a little too excessive to drink whiskey and heavy cream with my morning coffee even if it is St. Patrick’s Day. This Irish coffee mousse is a great way to be part of the party without the unwanted side affects of too much alcohol. Its also a dessert you can get away with eating anytime of the day, including breakfast. With St. Patrick’... read more »

My “Appetite” For The New Year!

Id like to kick in the New Year by doing one of the things that I like to do best and that is eating. Chilling again this New Years Eve as I did the last in the comforts of home in the cozy dim light of my bedroom snugged in bed with my favorites of [] read more »

Orange Custard Pudding

Like oranges? I enjoy those delicious sweet vitamin C loaded fruit. I enjoy seeing what all I can do with the oranges. Here is a simple pudding that has all the vitamin C and very aromatic. ½ c. of sugar.¼ c. of cornstarch.Pinch of salt.1 ½ c. orange juice.3 medium egg yolks, beaten.1 c. of plain yogurt.2 tbsp. margarine.2 tsp. orange peel, finely shredded.2 c. fresh orange segments.Combine the sugar, cornstarch and salt; then stir in the orange juice. Cook and stir until bubbly. Gradually stir 1 cup of... read more »

5 Ice Cream Stores in Metro Manila that Offers ...

Scoop of Heaven. Ice cream is the most popular dessert refresher for those people who feel their... read more »

Lets Make Whoopie!

Okay, okay. I'm not talking about that kind of whoopie, I'm talking about the fattening, addictive and delicious treat whoopie pies. Whoopie pies has been around longer than I can remember and I've been around for quite some time now.Here I'm giving you four of my favorite recipes, that I've been using for many yeas now. Hope you all will enjoy them as much as I have. Easy Whoopie Pie I’ve seen these pop up everywhere….and couldn’t wait to try them. But it’s a weeknight, and I don’t have the time to ... read more »

Local Food at the Buzz Wine Dinner

Another good wine dinner at the Buzz in Boise. This time, Cristi pared wines from the NW, and Idaho, with Idaho farm products. Some interesting information that Cristi presented. (This is a great food, wine and educational affair every month!) 99% of the mint used in the USA comes from Idaho. 90% of the trout [] read more »

Grillin’ At The Buzz

Now this was a different Monthly Wine Dinner with the Buzz Wine Club. One outstanding dish Aussie Grilled Chicken Burger with Mexican Street Corn. I suggested to Cristi and Tommy that this sandwich go on the Bistro Menu. Tommy said maybe on special weekend events. Just let me know, Ill be there. Its that [] read more »

Earle Swensen's New Menu Offerings: Bigger, Bet...

Sponsored Food-TastingEarle Swensen’s, the top of the line eatery by Swensen’s recently revamped their menu with a whopping 13 new dishes and 2 new sundaes to create a whole new gustatory experience for its diners.With this new menu, Earle Swensen’s not only offers new flavours, but also a healthier experience which started earlier this year when they replaced their ice cream range with health friendly gelato. We began the tasting with the new Oven Roasted Drumlets ($10.90). They come with a choice of t... read more »

Sili con Tsokolate Eh! Best of the Philippines ...

Have a taste of sweet and SPICY by means of eating ice cream! Yes youve read it right, an ice cream with a spice. Sili con Tsokolate Eh! Thats chili con chocolate in translation. Brought to you by Magnolia, best of the Philippines ice cream. Description: Dark chocolate ice cream base made delicious with tablea bits [] read more »

Eat Me, Bangsar.

A few friends and I decided to go for a little food trip around Bangsar about 2-3 weeks ago (mainly at Bangsar Village Mall and the many shops at Jalan Telawi 1, 2, 3, etc.). After some research, Jac suggested that we stop by Eat Me, a dessert place next to KGB (Killer Gourmet Burgers) who shares the ownership.Sorry, no DSLR shots for this post. Oops.It's a small place with seats outside too but we prefer sitting inside as the ambiance is a little different from sitting outside. (and also cause I don't f... read more »

Nadeje, 3 Two Square.

Long story short, I received an email from Nadeje inviting me to re-feature their awesome mille crepes! Thanks for the opportunity guys. :)The sad thing is, I still don't own a car nor a P license after so long (oops) so I had to ask my mom to fetch me to the 3 Two Square Nadeje outlet. I wanted to go to the Malacca outlet as I was at Malacca the previous weekend but it was a crazy holiday weekend with unbearable traffic so.. here I am! 3 Two Square located at Seksyen 19, quiet and a little bit out of ... read more »

Anise Cookies

If youve never had an anise cookie, first and foremost you have my deepest sympathies. Sometimes called Italian Christmas cookies or Vienna cookies, anise cookies were a staple of the Christmas holiday growing up. If you dont like the licorice type flavor of anise you can always substitute vanilla. Ive made them both ways but [] The post Anise Cookies appeared first on The Cul de Sac Gourmet. read more »

Black Cherry Chocolate Muffins

OK, ok, I know Ive been on overload on the desserts lately but these muffins are a must try.  First, theyre chocolate. Secondyou need a second? With the addition of the cherry, talk about flavor! I also like that these muffins are rich and arent the slightest bit dry. The yogurt definitely keeps them moist [] The post Black Cherry Chocolate Muffins appeared first on The Cul de Sac Gourmet. read more »

Soy Nut Butter Cookies

The toughest thing, for me at least, about nut allergies is missing out on peanut butter. Weve found a good alternative in unsweetened soy nut butter. We like I.M. Healthy, which you can find in some grocery stores or buy bulk from Amazon. Just click the pic below!   It works out great for SBJ [] The post Soy Nut Butter Cookies appeared first on The Cul de Sac Gourmet. read more »

Healthy Wine Dinner at The buzz in Boise!

Cristi, in her Queen of Wine Crown, led us through a wonderfully different Wine Club Dinner last night at The Buzz here in Boise. (Her recipes for these dinners can be found at Buzz Wine Blog.) Several interesting points that she made. (1) Superfood is a marketing term used to describe foods with supposed health [] read more »

TiPsy Brew O'Coffee, Setia Walk.

After Big Spoon, we hopped to our next destination at random (well, still somewhere in Setia Walk) How do you like your coffee? Hand dripped? Siphoned?The first thing that I'd notice when I pushed open the front door to the cafe was the aroma of the coffee. That heavenly divine smell just called to every part of me.There are even books hanging from the ceiling! (hello phone camera)As I said in the earlier post, it was a weekday noon and we decided to relax a little and talk over food.There aren't many... read more »

November Wine Dinner at “The Buzz”

The Holiday Season was started last night at The Buzz and their monthly wine dinner. Many seasonal ideas were presented: Wrapping, fun gifts, culturally correct gift giving: Brazil avoid giving gifts of black or purple or in South Korea never anything made in Japan or North Korea. Just a few of the suggestions. [] read more »

4 Ingredient Apple Turnovers ~ A Quick & Easy S...

DISCLOSURE: This shop is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group® and Pure Via®, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #PureViaSweet You know that we love to have a little something sweet after dinner and with apples being so plentiful I decided to make a few turnovers Continue reading The post 4 Ingredient Apple Turnovers ~ A Quick Easy Sweet Treat appeared first on Fashion and Fun after Fifty. read more »

TVWS Offers Greek Wines and Greek Dinner

Its like we traveled to, and returned from, Greece in 2 hours! Surprisingly good wines and a good dinner. We really liked the format the Barbara Friedman and Greg Luttig used tonight Barbara presented the wine and then suggested that we eat, for instance, the soup and the salad. And with the next wines, [] read more »

Fikcles @ Taman Tun Dr Ismail

Price: Mid-range Cuisine: Western Catphobia-Friendly?: Yes Halal At a glance, Fikcles fits right in with the current quirky café troupe with its adorably-painted façade and its coffee-scented interior. But scan through the menu and you’ll find this genius creation that sets this cosy café significantly apart: We’re talking about the Salted Egg Squid Wrap (RM15.90). Have you ever heard of anything so delectable stuffed between tortillas? The generous portion comes with awesomely thick fries and ... read more »

Peach Pudding

A friend brought me some peaches that needed to be used within a couple days so I came up with an idea. I love Banana Pudding and I love Peaches and Cream so why not make Peach Pudding. I used my regular Banana Pudding recipe (the kind you cook from scratch) but instead of using bananas I used peaches. OMGoodness! This is so good. It isn't too sweet and you get the slight tartness from the peaches. I did make one mistake, that wasn't really a mistake but something I would change the next time I make this... read more »

Summer Fruit Cobbler

Summer is almost coming to an end and it was high time to prepare a typical summer dessert before the seasonal fruits become unavailable.You can in fact improvise and use any kind of fruit you have around. This dessert or comfort food is so simple, seasonal and delicious. I made mine with apples, blueberries, peaches and red currents. The merge of 2 sweet fruits with 2 sour ones gave it an amazing flavour and taste. I totally loved how my apple and peach crumble turned out the other day so I cooked the ... read more »

Too Hot To Bake Cookies?

How often, have we wanted to make cookies and it was just too hot to turn on the oven? Well there has been a solution over the years, but not many are aware of it. The Italians have been doing it for many generations. The Italians called this type of cookie pizzelle. It is believed to be, one of the oldest cookies in the world. Originated in the 8th century. Many families would have hand held waffle irons made, with their family's initials or crest on n the iron. They would then hold the iron over an ope... read more »

Mason Jar Dump Cake

Hello friends, are you ready for the weekend?  Here it is the middle of August so raise your hand if youll be heading to the beach or the shore this weekend?  Not me, but I will be hanging poolside, I hate traffic, I get enough of that during the week!   Todays Friday Foodie Feature Continue reading The post Mason Jar Dump Cake appeared first on Fashion and Fun after Fifty.r read more »

Wines of the World At “The Buzz”

The wines tonight came from around the world, Italy, Spain, New Zealand, Tuscany and France. The food came from different cruise lines and indeed was Cruise Food. And if you have ever been on a cruise and have eaten onboard, you know what a dedicated support team the kitchen Exec Chef has. When Cristi prepares [] read more »

Brownies in a Bowl | FAIL

Hello friends, I hope all is well in your world. Todays Friday Foodie Feature comes with a warning! I decided to make Duncan Hines milk chocolate brownies in a bowl instead of a pan.  I followed the directions on the box, however, since I baked them in Pyrex bowls they should not have been filled Continue reading The post Brownies in a Bowl | FAIL appeared first on Fashion and Fun after Fifty. read more »

Battling The Bulge and Losing.

I keep telling myself, not to indulge in eating too much sweets, but gosh darn it! I just can't help myself. For when it comes to making fudge, I'm weak and I'm proud of it. For how can you say no, to such delicious sweet fudge?Whether its chocolate, peanut butter or any other fudge, it is so very hard to say no. Especially if it's Brown Sugar Fudge.This is one of my favorites to make during the holidays or just when I have a craving for sweets. Its simple, quick and delicious. Brown Sugar Fudge3 c. Bro... read more »

Blueberry Blue Velvet Cupcakes

Hello friends, and Happy Fri-Yay! You guys know that I have been on this baking kick lately but I definitely need to scale back before the bathroom scale steps forward too much!  The problem seems to be there are so many new cake mixes on the market and those pretty colors just seems to draw Continue reading The post Blueberry Blue Velvet Cupcakes appeared first on Fashion and Fun after Fifty. read more »

Italian Night at Cafe Vicino in Boise

Wow! Such a great evening having some outstanding wines and an outstanding dinner prepared by Chef Richard Langston, a James Beard Award Nominee! A total of 7 courses and 7 wines. This superb restaurant is located at 808 W Fort St, Boise, ID 83702, (208) 472-1463. It might be a good idea to call for [] read more »

Oh Sweetie Pie! I Sure Do Love You!

Bet you're wondering who or what I'm calling a sweetie pie huh? Well there is a special lady in my eyes, but that's another story, but for today we will talk pies or cakes. Depending how you prepare it.Melopita is a delicious dessert from Greece. It is also known as a Honey pie.It is part custard and part cheesecake. Some call it Honey pie. But I call it yummy for my tummy. It is so versatile, that you will be finding yourself trying it in many ways. Whether it's like a pie, with top and bottom crusts, o... read more »

Decadently Delicious Duncan Hines Desserts

Hello friends, I hope all is well in your world. My family knows that I am not a real baker, you know the type that uses fresh ingredients and everything is made from scratch, nope, thats not me. If and when I do bake its usually from a pouch or a box, but that doesnt Continue reading The post Decadently Delicious Duncan Hines Desserts appeared first on Fashion and Fun after Fifty. read more »

Red White & Blueberry Dessert

Hello friends, I hope all is well in your world. Last week I stopped at Shoprite to pick up a few items for dinner and they had a sale on their pudding cakes, all flavors for $1.99.  There were so many choices but I settled on Blueberry. I made it a little more delicious by grilling Continue reading The post Red White Blueberry Dessert appeared first on Fashion and Fun after Fifty. read more »

A Pie Thing @ Damansara Uptown

Price: Mid-range Cuisine : Pies Catphobia-Friendly?: Yes Pork-Free Rest easy, Mrs Lovett did not have a hand in crafting the pies at A Pie Thing. The only “Mashacre” here is of the kind heaped with peas, potatoes and soulful gravy! Pies here are available both in savoury and sweet, with crowd-pleasing flavours available. They’ve got a cute system for ordering the pies too: Pie + Gravy (RM12.90) Pie + Peas + Gravy (RM14.90) Pie + Mash + Gravy (RM14.90). Or why not go all the way with the Masachr... read more »

It's Summertime! Bring on the Rhubarb!

Summer has finally arrived! Mother Nature has finally made up her mind.For me, summer means picnics, ice cream, swimming in the lakes or ocean (depending where you live), but most of all it means rhubarb. That wonder summertime fruit, whether it's pies, cakes or a crumble. I will eat it until I burst.I have came across an old favorite recipe for a rhubarb crumble, that has brought back many memories. I used to serve it warmed with a scoop or two of vanilla ice cream. Talk about a heaven's delight.I thoug... read more »

Baby I Got the Shakes For You!

Rich, creamy and smooth milkshakes are the perfect summertime indulgences. With a combination of ice cream, milk and flavors like strawberry, chocolate and vanilla. But you can also slip in your favorite pie, cake or even cookies, for that perfect flavor. So let your imagination run wild. Just a little history about milkshakes, before I give you my favorite recipes. The first "milkshake" dating back to the late 1800's, was an eggnog type drink laced with whiskey and served as both "a sturdy, healthful to... read more »

Hello Kitty Sweets, Taipei City.

After a little more than a week at Taiwan, I decided that two trips isn't enough. We stayed with my aunt's friend in Taiwan and the family is quite generous and plain awesome to bring us around Taipei. We stopped by Hello Kitty Sweets in Taipei City on a post-rain afternoon. Why this place? I love unique cafes and well, it's Hello Kitty.There's an array of cakes and desserts to choose from. You can even pack them home. Well, this is my first time to a Hello Kitty themed restaurant so I am a little ... read more »

A Fuzzy What???? Cheesecake?

I thought it would be fun, to share with you a cheesecake recipe, one of many that can be found in my cookbook titled "The Sinful World of Cheesecakes". This recipe is fun to make, but is more fun to watch people's expressions on their face when they find out what it is. So give this a try and enjoy. Fuzzy Navel Cheesecake Crust: 11 graham crackers, finely grounded 5 tbsp. Butter, melted 1/4-1/2 c. Sugar Filling: 24 oz. cream cheese, soften at room temperature 3/4 c. Sugar 1/4 c. Sour cream 5 tsp. Cor... read more »

Nadeje: Sunway Giza, Kota Damansara!

I've wanted to go to Nadeje's Sunway Giza outlet since they've opened an outlet so near my place. Attempted to go there a few times but failed so I took the opportunity when we were out celebrating my sister's birthday..It's a two-storey shop, with washrooms on the first floor.An array of cakes were waiting for us.On the left, Black Coffee (RM8.80) and on the right, Creme Brulee Latte (RM9.80). I had a Creme Brulee Latte because well, I've never seen one before and also, I have a sweet tooth. I have to ... read more »

Little Yum Yum @ Kota Damansara

Price Range :Mid-range Cuisine :Nyonya Halal : YesCatphobia Friendly? :Yes What started out as a wife's unbridled affection for her husband by learning the intricate ways of Nyonya cooking from her mother-in-law, is now one of the top Nyonya restaurants in town! We're used to Nyonya food being incredibly rich, and sometimes can be cloyingly so. What sets Little Yum Yum apart from most places, however, is how incredibly fresh and light their dishes taste! They also pay a defined focus on health, wh... read more »

Strawberry Yogurt Cheesecake Dessert

Ingredients for 4 servings: 200 g cream cheese400 grams of yogurt130 g strawberries, some blackberries, 1 kiwi or any fruit. 1-2 tsp natural strawberry flavour1-2 tablespoons powdered sugar5 g gelatine or agar agar (I had some of my halal gelatine which I brought from Malaysia)250 g strawberries for decoration Preparation : Dissolve gelatin in 2 tablespoonscold water. Add 1 tsp natural flavouring and heat in a water bath. Stir until dissolved. In a bowl mix cream cheese and yogurt. Add gelatin mixtu... read more »

Dao Kia @ One Utama

Price Range : Budget Cuisine : Soy drinks and desserts Recommended For : A vegan snack Catphobia Friendly? : Yes Favourite post-lunch desserts, right here! Who can say no to Dao Kia's silky smooth soy puddings? For a straightforward snack, a bowl of the Original Soy pudding (RM3.30) should do the trick! It's reminiscent of tau foo fah, but it's somehow smoother and has this luxuriantly delicate silky texture. We highly recommend the Coconut Bliss (RM3.60) flavour, as the soy pudding is infused... read more »

FIQS Gastronomy @ SS19, Subang Jaya

Price : Mid-rangeCuisine : Fine dining-ishRecommended For : Enjoying expertly crafted foods without the pretentious frou-frou settingCatphobia Friendly?: Yes siree! Fancy foods in a comfy, casual space? You're looking for FIQS Gastronomy.Tucked away in a random corner of SS19, the unassuming little eatery is truly a breath of fresh air! The menu is delicate and thoughtful, and we had quite the debate trying to decide on our dinner dishes! We went with the Roasted Gnocchi (RM18) for appetizers and re... read more »

Kampong Kravers @ Damansara Kim

Price Range : Budget Cuisine : Snacks and desserts (karipap is the specialty here) Recommended For : Tea-time snack Catphobia-Friendly? : Yes Fancy having a karipap version of pineapple tarts? How about sweet durian custard stuffed into karipaps? If you answered yes to the above, Kampong Kravers deserves a spot on your makan list! Specialising in the art of making karipaps, the unassuming cafe provides a wide selection of this staple Malaysian snack! The desserts versions are truly astounding! Our... read more »

Taking A Ride On The Orient Express!

Egg rolls are delightful and delicious for appetizers, but what about desserts? Also, do they really have to be oriental? To me, egg rolls can be filled with whatever your heart desires, and I desire something sweet and unusual. Like I always tell my friends and colleagues, I am not your every day normal chef. I have the tendency to be more of the abnormal out-of-the-box kind of chef, thinking of new ways to bring to the table, exciting and unusual ideas for the palate. Today's recipe, brings together Fr... read more »

A Cake Or Not A Cake?

Is this a cake or is it just a novelty dessert? It really depends on how you look at it really, for to me it is both. This can be a fun project, for the kids, grandkids as well as a holiday or birthday cake. It is quite simple and it allows much imagination as to what you can add to it. Popcorn Cake 24 c. Popcorn, popped 1 c. Spiced gumdrops 1 1/2 c. Peanuts 1 large bag of mini marshmallows 1/2 c. Oil 1/2 c. Butter Mix oil, butter and marshmallows in a large bowl, microwave at 20-30 second intervals.... read more »

Lost Cheesecake

Lost Cheesecake Recipe Found! The other day, I was going thru my recipe files and I came upon a recipe for a Cheesecake. Now, knowing my history, I have a very strong weakness for cheesecakes. How I overlooked this recipe is beyond me, but I was even more surprised to find a photo of the cheesecake as well. But what bothers me, is that I don't even remember making it. Guess the old age is creeping up on me. Lemon Basil Cheesecake Crust: 1/3 c. sugar 1/2 c. butter, melted 1 1/4 c. graham cracker ... read more »

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