I got this recipe from a wonderful cookbook I got for Christmas called Gluten-Free Baking Classics. I’ve made several things from it and they’ve all been a hit. This cake in particular.
Posts Tagged ‘Lemon’
It’s winter and I’m obsessed with lemons. This happens every year and I’m not sure why other than they are bright and fresh and make me think of summer (which gives me the little lift that winter needs to be bearable). Also, I have an irrational, born in childhood, fear of getting scurvy.
I. Love. This. Pasta. I’m almost tempted to leave this post at that, but that wouldn’t be enough to tell you about it’s lightness, the brightness of the lemon, how quick and easy it is to make.
This picture can’t possibly do justice to the moist deliciousness of this recipe. The swordfish is rich, tangy, savory, and above all else, satisfying.
Ugly picture, I know, but I am in love with watermelon sorbet. It is to me, in some ways, the essence of summer. It’s light, it’s fruity; it’s refreshing; it’s thirst quenching; and it’s sweet. Sorbets are light in part because they have no dairy in them. Although, homemade sorbets need a little help since […]
We were away for the weekend recently and when we got home a once over of the fridge revealed a pint of blueberries in the back on the top shelf. They were caught in that unfortunate point of decay where they were still perfectly edible, yet they had lost the lustrous plumpness of their prime […]
If there could be a perfect food (and there are MANY depending upon my mood) that doesn’t exist but really should it would be a sweet lemon. I’ve bemoaned the lack of this masterpiece of food engineering to my husband, Adam, for years. I think he tunes me out now when I get all glazed […]