for the love of chocolate – passion fruit truffle cake

May 17, 2013
Passion Fruit Truffle Cake

I had never tried to combine chocolate with any citrus, except for orange. The reason is I grew up with Orange Milano cookies from Pepperidge Farm–I thought orange and chocolate were the only possibility.

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tea time – matcha-coconut cake (gluten-free)

October 19, 2012
Matcha-Coconut Cake (gluten-free)

M and I are planning our Asia trip–Hong Kong as usual and  this time with a side trip to Japan with friends. We did our initial research for things to do in Japan–and just as important, what to eat. More importantly, food to savor.

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light my fire – inside-out s’mores cake

September 14, 2012
Inside-Out S'mores Cake

Fall is absolutely my favorite season. I love the chilly fresh air in the morning as the day begins and cool breezes at night for sleeping. I welcome the sight of falling leaves and squirrels hopping about to gather nuts for the winter. Fall may announce the end of the growing season, but it also […]

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for my father – chocolate cake w almond cream filling

June 15, 2012
Chocolate Cake w Almond Cream Filling

I never quite get the story straight about my Dad and his siblings. I grew up knowing aunt number one, two, three, five and six; my Dad being the youngest was number ten. This was where things got confusing—when the histories of numbers seven to nine were vague or nonexistent. The only clear fact – […]

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o say can you … play

June 28, 2010
Liberty Squares

When my Chinese doctor of Chinese Medicine told me I had to cut out dairy, eggs, and sugar to test for possible allergic reactions for a few weeks, I was mortified. I’ve done vegan baked goods before, but the minute I was told of the banned foods, I craved them even more. Still, the most […]

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the dark side

May 13, 2010
Chocolate Macaron w Bittersweet Mocha Ganaché

I don’t recall having a favorite children’s book or reading that much for pleasure outside of school work. I do recall Barbar and a few standard children’s books and comic books. They didn’t seem to resolve my need to express my imagination, however.  For that, I turned to Lego. Back in those days, Lego was composed […]

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