Today is the Easter Bank Holiday Monday, nearly the end of the Easter holiday! Have you got a wonderful time?
In the old days, I liked to make some event for my kids when they’re little so they can play in the garden with an Easter eggs hunting. Or busy in the kitchen with all the paints and paintbrushes everywhere to paint their own signature Easter egg. If the weather is sunny and dry, we can have a picnic somewhere. Those precious memories still fresh in mine. Wish my children remember it!
For St. Patrick’s Day~ Matcha Crumble Top Mousse Cup
Today is the St. Patrick’s Day! It is an annual festival from Ireland, lots of places have a celebration. Party and parade celebrate in London is no exception. This year it takes place in Trafalgar Square from 16 – 18 March. They line the streets from Piccadilly to Trafalgar Square and cheers on a stream of leprechaun floats, traditional musicians and squads of Irish dancers. The main stage at Trafalgar Square will be surrounded by a street food market and a ‘tea tent’, with a line-up of Irish bands. Basically, it’s a big, rip-roaring one-day festival, only the pints are a shade of Gaelic green.
I am not sure it is called preserve or relish, but it is either one of them. I get mixed up sometimes!!! I know relish is made from fruits and/or vegetables. Also has a sharp and spicy flavour, balanced by sweetness and tang. Today I have nectarines and grapes at a bargain price, so that’s it the main reason I decided to make.
Since the half-term of October has passed, the sunlight got shorter. Apparently, the winter has landed quietly here. Can you believe it is December already? The weather drops down to 0°C some of the night time.
I am planning to make some holiday treats for Christmas gifts to all our family and friends this year. Any ideas? I’m pleading for your help, can give me some idea generously, please?
The dairy condensed milk is far too sweet than this vegan version with a lot of unhealthy white sugar that’s all I know. It is not an essential item in my kitchen cupboard. But why do I make it? Silly? NO. I make this vegan condensed milk for some special reason!
Yay, my blog 5th Happy Anniversary today 16th August.
Blogging is an amazing world, can’t believe my blog still stay safe here. Thanks for all nice people who follow me since the very beginning 2012. Also, I need to say thank you to some of my loyalty friends, who support me when I get a hard time whenever I cry out for help.
What you guy want to do in the steaming hot weather? Are you still staying in the hot kitchen to cook and feed your families? Do you have to or do you love to? Tell me honestly!
Luckily, I don’t have to if I don’t want to sweat all over for cooking. 😍 :p Sometimes I just fancy a snack or a bowl of salad full of goodies, or maybe a bowl of cold noodle. What’s yours in the hot summer?
I started up my Instagram account more than a year since. Looking up all my favourites bloggers is the most relaxing time. Also, is my normal routines now. I can catch lots of ideas for my cooking or baking.
This is one of the bloggers called: nice cream. Every time, he or she put the post on the IG, drooling is only my expression! I altered the recipe a bit and satisfy my intense cravings.
Vegan Coconut and Avocado ‘Nice’Cream 純素椰子牛油果雪糕
1 can Full fat Coconut milk, chill overnight
2 Avocados, peeled and scoop out the flesh
4 to 5 tbsp Maple syrup or Agave nectar
2 tsp Fresh lemon juice
Put the avocados, maple syrup and lemon juice in a high-speed blender. Blend until smooth.
Use an electric whisk to beat the coconut milk until smooth, mix with the avocado mixture.
Store in an airtight container, and chill in the fridge for at least 2+ hours before serve.
If you have any granola on hand, you can sprinkle some on top of the ‘ice’ cream with more syrup before serving. Or other chopped nuts will do!