nuts

ghost town – chestnut ‘montblanc’ tart

January 30, 2015
Chestnut 'Montblanc' Tart

  The biggest blizzard ever . . . didn’t land in NYC on Monday. In stead, we got a ghost town with just enough snow to briefly cover sidewalks and streets. People tried to get home before subways and busses stopped running. Stores and restaurants closed in the early evening.

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sweet memories – pistachio baklava cake

January 23, 2015
Pistachio Baklava Cake

  I started this blog back in 2009 with the intention of sharing my love for food. I’ve never done a blogiversary, nor have I kept many stats.  Week after week, I just make desserts I like and share them. Occasionally, I get comments and emails about how much someone has enjoyed the recipes. Some […]

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it’s a wrap – pistachio apricot cake w earl grey frosting

December 12, 2014
Pistachio Apricot Cake w Earl Grey Frosting

  As we pack our bags and get organize for our vacation, I want to tie up a few loose ends—such as a list of dessert ideas and inspirations that I wrote down throughout the year. Most have been tested and worked well. Others need a rethink. For my last dessert post of the year, […]

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asset management – apple almond cake

November 14, 2014
Apple Almond Cake

  It’s only the beginning of November and my dance card is full for the rest of the year with three major events. One is a gathering at our friend’s house for Thanksgiving, for which I’ll be helping out and turning out some desserts. The second one is M’s birthday. Yes, both occasions are celebration […]

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loafing – fig almond tea cake w coconut-honey glaze

October 10, 2014
Fig Almond Tea Cake w Coconut Honey Glaze

  The precision and the science of baking have intrigued me since I was in college—it was also therapeutic as a needed break from my studies in architecture.

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gift of nothing – french plum tart

October 3, 2014
French Plum Tart

  It’s been a rather quiet week with few pressing matters, so I got to settle into the groove of baking and use this perfect opportunity to come up with a fresh list of desserts. More time in the kitchen may not sound exciting, but when baking is usually squeezed between errands and obligations, an […]

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belated & beloved – german chocolate chocolate tea cake

September 26, 2014
German Chocolate Chocolate Tea Cake

  As much as I welcome fall, there’s still unfinished business to close out from summer—the birthday celebration of the Leos.

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change with paste – blueberry almond cake

September 19, 2014
Blueberry Almond Cake

  I said goodbye to summer in my last post and thought I’d be ready to move on into the Fall . . . not quite so, as it turns out. The weather may have cooled, but produce at the Farmer’s Market stated that summer was holding on.

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fruit high – ginger cherry plum galette

July 25, 2014
Ginger Cherry Plum Galette

  I keep thinking there’s plenty of time to savor summer fruits—then I realized that cherries are at their prime, and they won’t last much longer. Strawberries are gone, except in supermarkets, but blueberries and stone fruits are still plentiful in the farmer’s markets. I’m determined to bake full speed ahead on all desserts with […]

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a piece of memory – coconut custard pecan bars

June 13, 2014
Coconut Custard Pecan Bars

  It has been years since my dad passed away, Do I miss him? Absolutely, Do I think of him every moment? It’s less thinking and more of who I am; there will always be a part of him within me. My father had instilled a lot of wisdom in me yet his last words […]

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burst of health – orange walnut olive oil cake (vegan)

May 30, 2014
Orange Walnut Olive Oil Cake

  I adore olive oil desserts. The unexpected taste of olive oil imbues a savory note to an otherwise sweet dessert.

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