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Silikomart is a company which offers a wide range of refined and innovative 100% food safe silicone products and were kind enough to send me some of their products to try.  They sent me a cathedral shaped loaf cake pan and a kit composed of 12 moulds shaped as butterfly, heart, star and flower to make ice […]

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Continue reading about Greek Yoghurt Ice Pops with Cherries and Lavender

“Härzlech willkomme in Lozärn” and welcome to the World Culinary ABC event.  We have enjoyed seeing bloggers hosting  and participating in this event where food bloggers virtually travel around the globe in search of recipes to cook for the country or town they are hosting. Today, the town I am featuring and hosting is Lucerne, in Switzerland. […]

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Continue reading about Birewegge – Pear and Dried Fruit Tart and Welcome to Lucerne

Ivy on January 14th, 2015

  Homemade tortilla chips are easy to make, cost almost nothing and are so tasty you cannot resist eating just a few.  You can flavour them with herbs and spices of your choice and in no time you have a delicious snack to serve with a dip, a sauce, to accompany your drink or eat […]

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Ivy on January 1st, 2015

Nanaimo bars are British Columbia’s (Canada) most popular chocolate dessert.   There are many stories about the origin and name of this confection.  According to Wikipedia the oldest recipe appearing in a cookbook goes back to 1953.   However, as I read in the official website of Nanaimo (where you will also find the recipe), […]

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Continue reading about Eggless Nanaimo Salepi (Sahlab) Bars

  Cheesecake is one of our favourite desserts. If you ask me which kind do I prefer, the baked one or the no bake one, it’s very difficult to reply because I like both but if I were to chose only one, I would say the baked one.   Today it’ s my eldest son’s […]

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Continue reading about Dulce De Leche Cheesecake and Milk Almond Chocolates

Ivy on October 2nd, 2014

“Viral” is a fashionable word these days. Something goes “viral” because everybody knows it, talks about it, wants it. Well, the European Community ABC didn’t go viral, but in reading again its announcement post from December 2012, I see that it talked about 16 blogs that were announcing together a virtual culinary tour of the […]

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Ivy on September 3rd, 2014

  In my previous recipe for Spicy Cornmeal Breadsticks with Graviera and Tomato Chutney, I had used some of this Tomato Chutney I had recently made. I’ ve been hearing about Tomato Chutneys for many years now, so it was about time to make some and see if it was as amazing as I had […]

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Continue reading about Tomato and Fruit Chutney

When it comes to a busy day I always resort to making a pasta dish which can be made in minimum time and still have a delicious meal.

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Continue reading about Four cheese, Carbonara with Bacon and Greek Yoghurt

Panna Cotta is an Italian dessert made with heavy cream. “Panna” means cream and  and “cotta” means cooked.  In panna cotta heavy cream is sweetened with sugar and thickened with gelatine. A dessert such as Panna Cotta with heavy cream is surely delicious and very easy to make.  However, it is loaded with calories, as any […]

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Continue reading about Healthier Greek-style Yoghurt Panna Cotta with Cherry Compote

Ivy on October 22nd, 2013

  I am sorry it took me so long to post but there were some problems with my blog, which were finally resolved yesterday.  Rather late than never, here is the recipe I was planning to post during the weekend. I hope I will make it up to you with this amazing recipe you may have not […]

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Continue reading about Chocolate-Lemon Posset with Savoyard Biscuits


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