Category : Recipes

Miss Jane’s Chicken Carbonara Recipe

Written by: Guest Post on 19/07/17

When it comes to the gastronomic canon, the Italians probably have theirs real good! Around the world, people from all walks of life have their own favorite Italian dish – from Pizza to Risotto, Lasagna to Panna Cotta, Ravioli, Prosciutto, the list goes on. However, amongst the most popular and perhaps one of the most … Continue reading “Miss Jane’s Chicken Carbonara Recipe”

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Healthy and Yummy Homemade Baby Foods for Kids 6-8 Months

Written by: Staff Post on 30/06/17

Healthy eating starts during childhood. If you let your child get used to fruits and veggies before the age of two, you won’t have a hard time feeding them vegetables in the future. Making their food at home helps you regulate the amount of nutrients your babies consume daily. Here are some easy recipes for … Continue reading “Healthy and Yummy Homemade Baby Foods for Kids 6-8 Months”

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Miss Jane’s Quince Paste

Written by: Guest Post on 19/05/17

For those of you who haven’t heard of quince paste – as the name suggests – is made from quince fruit, an intensely aromatic, old-fashioned, edible gift from Mother Nature. By definition, “quince is the sole member of the genus Cydonia in the family Rosaceae. It is a small deciduous tree that bears a pome … Continue reading “Miss Jane’s Quince Paste”

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Vietnamese Iced coffee Recipe (Cafe Sua Da)

Written by: Guest Post on 19/04/17

The Vietnamese word for coffee is ‘cà phê’, which comes from the French word ‘café’. The French colonists introduced drinking coffee in Vietnam in the late 19th century. Because fresh milk was not available these days the French and Vietnamese drunk their coffee with sweetened condensed milk from a can. Since then Vietnam also started … Continue reading “Vietnamese Iced coffee Recipe (Cafe Sua Da)”

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