I'm posting this just a wee bit late, but I love these images (although, I loved the cake more!) of this delicious Beet Kale Chocolate cake! Last January, I had the pleasure of interviewing Shuko, an incredibly gifted and versatile baked. At the time, she was supplying Boxcar Social with her yummy baked goods. You can now find her baking away at Neo Coffee Bar.
To read the whole interview, visit Wild Thyme Blog!
Hot July weather calls for a refreshing cold smoothie to keep you cool. I'm obsessively making this delicious pineapple raspberry banana smoothie!! You can find the recipe on Wild Thyme Blog.
What are your favorite ways to stay cool during hot summer weather?
The topic of green juices seems to be a somewhat polarized subject. The two extreme points of view oscillate between claims that such juices heal Parkinson’s to assertions that their detoxifying potentials are outright harmful. Added also to the general consensus is that these juices are, to put it lightly, not very tasty.
A solution to the last issue is easy enough — stop making crummy tasting juices and try the delicious recipe here!
Super easy to make, and well worth the effort!
And, I'm too excited not to share my mom's awesome recipe. So, here it is:
- 2 whole eggs
- 4-5 egg yolks
- 2-3 cups (500-750 mL) white flour
- Place flour inside medium-sized bowl, creating a well-shaped hole in the center.
- Mix yolks and eggs in a cup — beat with fork.
- Pour into flour and stir to achieve make dough consistency.
- Knead until smooth.
- Divide into two equally portioned balls, though repeat directions below for each ball.
- Flour work surface and rolling pin.
- Roll the dough out to desired thickness.
- Leave dough to dry for about three hours, turning it over every half hour.
- Once dry, stack two flattened circles on top of each other.
- Roll the stacked dough tightly together, like you would a carpet.
- Slice as thinly or thickly as you like.
- If you don’t need the noodles right away, store them inside your freezer inside a plastic bag.
- Cooking Directions:
- Boil water.
- Noodles pick up the flavor of what they’re cooked in, so either season your water or consider boiling them in broth.
- Drop in noodles.
- Stir occasionally on medium heat.
- Cook for 8-9 min.