RecipesDish typeCakeMini cakesThese cupcakes are simple to make, light and not too sweet. Enjoy with a cup of tea or coffee.25 people made thisIngredientsMakes: 24 cakes250g plain flour1 teaspoon baking powder4 eggs250g caster sugar340g unsalted butter, melted250g natural yoghurt1 1/2 teaspoons ground cardamom1 tablespoon rose water55g flaked almonds1 1/2 tablespoons chopped pistachio nutsMethodPrep:20min ›Cook:25min ›Ready in:45minPreheat the oven to 180 C / Gas 4.
We didn't even need anything else to eat today, it was so good. I served a double portion and instead of dessert I also served soup: D. I missed a soup with lots and lots of dumplings. Why was it so good? Probably because it contained new vegetables - true of ours not imported.
Sangria contains elements for booze lovers of all kindsShutterstock/ Brent HofackerHere’s another classic brunch cocktail.Fall is a great time of the year for many reasons. The temperature is cooling down, it’s boot season, you can snuggle by the fire, and indoor brunch parties are in full swing.Brunch is the perfect time to meet up with old friends, dig into a hearty meal, and drink your day away.
Pink’s Hot Dogs will open its first-ever location in Hawaii this MarchThe iconic stand has been patronized by legends like Marlon Brando, Michael Jackson, and Aretha Franklin.Pink’s Hot Dogs, the legendary Hollywood hot dog stand that counts Marlon Brando, Orson Wells, Steve Martin, and Aretha Franklin among its many fans, is headed to Hawaii, according to Pacific Business News.
EventsWinetender Series at Stems & Skins: Each Tuesday in April, Stems & Skins will host a local guest “winetender” behind the bar pouring some of his or her favorite wines. The event goes from 6 to 9 p.m., and Harry Root of Grassroots Distributing will be the first featured on April 4.Weekday Brunch at Poogan’s Porch: If you’re looking to get your brunch fix during the week, head to Poogan’s Porch from April 8 to 23.
Fast food chains are creating more and more individualized options these days to keep up with the build-your-own demand.Call it the Chipotle effect. Following in the footsteps of fast-casual restaurants, Wendy’s is now testing customizable burgers, where customers will essentially be able to build their own burgers from the bun up—choosing their own protein (one to three burger patties, grilled or home-style chicken); bun (including the beloved pretzel bun); American, Asiago, Cheddar or blue cheese toppings (which include jalapeños and sautéed onions); and custom sauces like garlic aioli and Asiago ranch.