Category: David Lebovitz

Baking Recipes, David Lebovitz, From the books, Mad for Madeleines, Simple cakes

These Matcha Financiers will make teatime even classier

Sometimes, friends are the antidote to stress and fatigue. Last weekend I went out with two of my close high school friends and I realized that it has been AGES since I’ve done any of that. I’ve been so drained from work lately (how many times have I mentioned this?) and this little meet-up proved …

Baking Recipes, Cupcakes & Muffins, David Lebovitz, Simple cakes, The Breakfast Bin, Timeless Treats

This Black Bottom Cupcakes Recipe is pretty close to my heart

It annoys me whenever I have to be MIA from the blog for a long period of time, but I’ve been getting attacked by these headaches lately that I think is caused by tired eyes. That means less time on the computer, but I’ve been working on the blog behind the scenes. Even though I …

Baking Recipes, David Lebovitz, Frozen treats

This ice cream is so decadent it should be illegal

Sometimes ideas start out just like that– ideas. It isn’t until you act on it and find a way to execute it that it becomes a reality. Cravings are the same way. They bloom in your mind and don’t go away for a fair amount of time until you acknowledge them. But unlike cravings, ideas …

Baking Recipes, Brownies & Bars, David Lebovitz, From the books, My Favourite Ingredients, My favourite things

These brownies have changed the way I feel about brownies

Happy new year, everyone! How fast did 2014 zoom past?! I actually feel a bit like I accomplished nothing the past year because of the way I constantly lost track of time. I have a lot of high hopes for this year though, mostly in the way of personal productivity and improvement. And not to …

Baking Recipes, David Lebovitz, Experiments & experiences, Foodie Life, Frozen treats, I scream for ice cream (I do), My favourite things

My first candied bacon creation

I find this whole candied bacon phenomenon quite fascinating. I think it’s rather nice that people are beginning to become more playful with their palate, opting for combinations of flavours instead of just straight sweet, or straight salty or spicy or sour. Sometimes it really pays to be a bit more adventurous with the food …

Baking Recipes, David Lebovitz, From the books, Simple cakes

My first ever deeply dark Flourless Chocolate Cake

As the Lenten Season comes to a close once again, I thought I would sneak in one more recipe that I feel can be welcome addition to any Easter spread. Lent is the most important time for us Catholics to recognise the sacrifices made by Jesus on the cross and I think this can be …

Baking Recipes, David Lebovitz, From the books, My favourite things, Simple cakes

A cake drenched in rum for the new year

There will be no Top 10 lists or year-end recaps on this blog for 2013. No sir. (You’re probably tired of seeing that everywhere else.) But it has to be said that even though I managed to write about 20 less recipes this year compared to last, I am more than happy about the variety …

Baking Recipes, David Lebovitz, From the books, Frozen treats, I scream for ice cream (I do), My Comfort Food, My Favourite Ingredients, My favourite things

Some much needed zen and ice cream

I think I’m beginning to fall hard for matcha. I went on a holiday to Hong Kong recently and I managed to get a taste of various matcha-flavoured food throughout. With the Matcha Espressos and Matcha Panna Cottas I enjoyed, it’s safe to say that Hong Kong has discovered the magic of this wonderful green …