Ivy on April 14th, 2013

Continuing my older posts with apples,  I have two upside down cakes, the first one made with Greek yoghurt and the second one which is more recent was made using cream cheese.  The method making the caramel for each cake is different but both are equally tasty.   Every bite of these awesome desserts is […]


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Ivy on April 13th, 2013

  A few days ago I made an amazing Apple Tart, which I wanted to post, but looking in “My recipes to post” file, I saw that I had a lot of apple recipes I made using apples, which I did not post.  Some of these recipes have been made even four years ago. So, […]


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Ivy on May 10th, 2012

I know I have virtually disappeared and it will take some time until I am back and start visiting your blogs. My husband was operated and had his gallbladder removed (cholecystectomy).    Although technically it’s not a difficult operation if it is done laparoscopically, however the doctor began laparoscopic but had to proceed to an […]


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Ivy on May 22nd, 2011

I have always found desserts with sponge cake exciting because there is so much you can do with it to meet your taste bud’s satisfaction. After making the sponge you can experiment in so many ways and with so many different ingredients and flavour. It’s been quite a long time since I last posted a […]


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Ivy on October 7th, 2009

I found this recipe here on The Food with extremely high ratings and since I have been seeing a lot of Tyler Florence recipes in the blogoshpere, I had to see for myself what this was all about. I must say I was not disappointed, although the caramel made the pie extra sweet, too […]


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Ivy on February 14th, 2009

I love making spoon sweets and every time I write about one I end up saying that it is my favourite.  Each one has a different taste and when raw even if it is bitter like the walnuts or citrus or tasteless like water melon rind, when it is done it is transformed into something […]


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Ivy on October 25th, 2008

Whenever I go to the farmers’ market I never plan what to buy.I know, of course, what the basic things I need are but there are things which I buy depending on the price, which are not in my plans.This week for instance I bought some pomegranate, quince, pumpkin, apples, bananas and grapes. (The bananas […]


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Ivy on September 29th, 2008

This month’s Sweet & Simple Bakes event , created by Rosie, of Rosie Bakes a ‘Peace” of Cake and Maria, of The Goddess’s Kitchen, called us to make a Vanilla Apple cake. The recipe was simple, straightforward, a few ingredients and this time I followed the recipe as much as I could. To start with […]


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