Brown Butter Coffee Chocolate Chunk Cookies

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That title is a mouthful. September is rapidly approaching and that means classes, moving-in, and even more work. I’m pleased to announce that Veronica and I have finally reunited after a summer apart.… Continue reading

Banana Coffee Cake

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When I first came home to Indonesia for my first long winter break, I did not expect to feel like a weight has just been lifted off my shoulder when I saw my… Continue reading

Camille’s pretend-Chicken Tikka Masala

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I’m not really sure what to call this dish. Actual chicken tikka masala is basically a dish of chicken bits with sauce. Chicken tikka refers to marinated chicken that is roasted. The masala… Continue reading

Banana Blueberry Upside Down Banana Cake

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My lack of care for bananas when I was younger is so incomprehensible considering how much I love bananas now. When my siblings and I used to play golf regularly, mom always nagged… Continue reading

Fruit Pizza

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All of the cakes and desserts I have eaten, this fruit pizza is undoubtedly my favorite. I will happily shun any birthday cake, German Chocolate, lemon curd-filled, and all other frosting-laden layered treats… Continue reading

Almond Lime Cookies

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I know, I know, too many cookies and dessert things lately. What about my beach bod? Oh well. Right now, the bottom of our fridge drawers are littered with limes and lemons of… Continue reading

Bourbon Brownies with Salted Caramel

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I think there are two type of bakers. One who plans everything and another who kind of wings it. I used to think I was the first one. Now I realize that even… Continue reading

Fried Carrot Kale Fritters

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These vegetable fritters need no lengthy introduction. Shredding veggies and mixing them into a pancake batter is a tasty way to use up stragglers and leftovers lurking in your refrigerator. And being fried… Continue reading

Peach Cobbler

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My introduction to the humble peach was dredged in sickly corn syrup and cut in perfectly smooth halves. The canned variety was always in reach, always in season, always available for cheap in… Continue reading

Salty Anzac Biscuits

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Coconut is something I have been a bit apprehensive about lately. Now, I love fresh coconut. Back in the Philippines, I fondly remember drilling young coconuts open for the water and whacking them… Continue reading