Another recipe adapted from the kitchen of Bernard, the classic Marble Cake. The marbled effect is attributed to the delicate swirling of a white vanilla batter withe a slightly denser dark chocolate batter. Some of us may be over-zealous with the swirling, ending up with a mostly a chocolate cake rather than a marbled one. Well, I come bearing good news: this is a no-swirl marble cake! the marbled effect is achieved by spooning the vanilla and chocolate batter side by side (make possible the the formed batter), sort of like a checker board. As the cake bakes, the cake rises and merges the two batters beautifully.
This is simplicity at its best: a butterflied (meaning cut open like a book) freshwater fish, lightly salted, and roasted in the oven to crispy perfection! That is literally the entire recipe! Continue reading “4. Roast Freshwater Fish”
The first recipe is not quite a culinary wonder, but is most certainly a comforting one.
Handy on a chilly night, during a cold, or merely because you feel like it. Continue reading “1. Rice and Corn Soup”