This was my lunch today. Roast chicken breast with Sweet potato mash seasoned with red chilli, onion and feta cheese. I guess roast chicken breast without the skin doesn’t look too appetising, but it was very tasty!
KnitWits is a blog by Justine Bernhardt. Her lovely blog is almost entirely devoted to an art we all encounter and admire on a daily basis, knitting. In her blog description she also adds that she posts a number of inspirational images, her own knitting projects, knitting advice and plenty of humorous knitting anecdotes in between.
She’s even devoted one of her posts to thanking alpacas for their yarn/wool. Who doesn’t love alpacas/llamas?
So yeah, follow Justine and her awesome Knitwits blog :)
B-a-k-e is a lovely food blog celebrating all home-baked goods. Like my own blog, it’s still relatively young, but full of original ideas for baked goods, tutorials and simple to follow recipes with much more to come.
I am yet to try the sugar cookie recipe - I might actually make them later today :)
Follow, you won’t regret it :)
My cake has been featured on: [link]
A World of Goo cake which I made for the 14th November 2011 for a friendly bake-off at my husband’s work. My husband works as a designer at a video games company, so I thought the game theme would be most appropriate.
As you can see, this was taken at the office and is surrounded by the other cakes in the competition. Our cake won “Best Looking” and also got many compliments for being so tasty too.
Everything, except the sticks, is edible. The goo balls are in fact made from black coloured chocolate cake bites, instead of fondant icing.
The other cakes you can see are Day of the Tentacle, Brainslugs from Futurama, cake pops and our friend Rob’s Uncharted 3 cake.