Posts Tagged ‘chocolate’

Aztec Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

November 21st, 2016

We’re quickly gearing up to the holiday season, and if you’re wondering what to bring to the countless get-togethers your friends and family will undoubtedly be inviting you to, consider adding this decadent recipe to your rotation of treats! Full of rich chocolate and spiced with orange zest, cayenne and cinnamon, these tender cookies explode […]

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Fruit & Nut Chocolate Cheerios Clusters

October 24th, 2016

Need some treats in a hurry? This quick and easy recipe will have you ready for visitors in no time. Earlier this year General Mills sent me a few boxes of the cereals they’d relaunched with all-natural colours and flavours, and this was the very first recipe I tried. It turned out to be a […]

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Fizzy Champagne Truffles

January 15th, 2014

We’re only at the beginning of 2014, but so far it’s been a lovely year. And contrary to general expectation, things haven’t slowed down at all since the holidays. I’m friends with many January babies which means countless celebrations, and I’ve just begun a new position at work. As nature would have it, I mark […]

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Dark Chocolate, Brown Butter & Pistachio Cookies with Sea Salt

August 29th, 2013

It took me a few tries to get to my ideal cookie. I like them chewy on the inside, with a slightly crispy edge – and they should be thin-ish, not thick and cakey. These have the perfect balance of thickness and chewiness, sugar and salt – and the browned butter adds a slightly nutty […]

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Chocolate Covered Spiders

October 21st, 2012

Halloween’s creeping up on us! If you’re in search of spooky treats to distract hungry zombies (and maybe a human or two), arm yourself with an array of these sweet and savoury critters. You can even give them markings with sprinkles or decorative icing; I kept mine minimalistic. Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter & Pretzel Spiders […]

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Raspberry S’mores Pie

September 11th, 2012

It’s a good thing I have my 37Cooks friends to keep me going, for I recently started a new job and it’s been taking up much of my time of late. But everyone needs time to play, and the kitchen is where I indulge my fantasies. Having friends who enable, encourage and inspire me is […]

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Flourless Chocolate Cake with Raspberries & White Chocolate Confetti Wrap

June 1st, 2012

Ever since I saw it in Citrus and Candy, I’ve been wanting to make Damien Pignolet’s Eve’s Chocolate Cake. I believe in letting your ingredients be the stars of a dish – and with only four ingredients, his recipe does just that. So how did I get from that chocolate cake, which is more of […]

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Meringue Squares Two Ways

April 14th, 2012

I thought, since I’m Asian, that the curse of Friday the 13th did not apply to me. Little did I know that the 14th, an unlucky number in Chinese culture, was sneaking up from behind to attack. Somewhere between 12:30 and 2:30 am, my purse and phone were stolen from a club. And today has […]

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A Different Kind of Currency

March 30th, 2012

One-day pop-up store by chocolatier and “Purveyor to the Royal Danish Court” Anthon Berg served up confections marked with good deeds and promises instead of monetary prices. In order to purchase a box of chocolate, customers “checked out” by pledging the corresponding deed to a friend or family member. I love seeing these kinds of […]

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Sweet, Tart, Hot – Raspberry Chili Chocolate Hearts

February 13th, 2012

I’m not a big Valentine’s Day fan – at least in the usual, book a restaurant, get flowers and/or other gifts, be surrounded by other people going through the whole charade way. I do, however, enjoy any excuse to do something a little bit special or out of the ordinary. And because I speak the […]

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