Chocolate Cream Pie

When I feel like indulging myself in chocolate, I tend to rely on this recipe. It’s fast, it’s simple and it’s extremely tasty. What you’ll need: 2 cups of Whole Milk 2/3 cup of Sugar 1 egg 3 tablespoons of cornstarch pinch of salt 1/3 cup of unsweetened cocoa powder 2.5 ounces of Ghirardelli Chocolate…

Crystallized Ginger and Greek Yogurt Cake

It’s not often I find something that I can eat everyday without every becoming sick of it, some of those examples would be french bread pizza, Filipino Adobo, Cinnamon rolls, pancakes, my wife’s ham and egg sandwiches, coffee, and now this.. This cake involves two rather strange ingredients. The first being Crystallized ginger. A quick…

Chocolate Covered Strawberries

I’m a strong, strong believer in romance and being romantic. However, if you’ve waited until the second week in February, on one specific day to show any sort of romance at all, then sadly, as the Internet Meme goes: Okay, fine, you are not romantic, you show no signs of an attempt at romance all…

Apple Cake, the Bane of my existence.

I’ve tried two times to make an apple cake, and so far I’ve failed to make a great apple cake. My first attempt ended up a little something like this: As you can see, the cake looks good. However, the bottom is charred beyond existence. I could have skipped this cake across the pond/lake if I tried. So,…

Pumpkin Pie

Yes, yes, I know. Pumpkin pie in July!? You’ll be relieved to know that I am not crazy. I just enjoy food, and believe that certain foods should be enjoyed all year around, not just on holidays. Here’s some history for you: Pumpkins are native to North America, The Native Americans grew and farmed the…

Reese’s S’mores

The history of S’mores is clouded and unverified. The original recipe dates back to 1927 (on paper, in the form of a Girl Scout publication), the credit goes to Loretta Scott Crew who reportedly would make the S’mores for her troop by the campfire. It’s unknown however, if the Girl Scouts are the first to…