My Father’s Orange Tiramisu Recipe straight from Italy

I’m not a great cook (I actually I started cooking very recently) but there is one delicious dish that I have been doing for years and it’s my father’s Tiramisu recipe. As mentioned earlier my father is a great Chef in Florence, Italy, so it doesn’t get more authentic than that! Continue reading “My Father’s Orange Tiramisu Recipe straight from Italy”

Roasted Cauliflower Salad with Lemon Tahini Dressing – @BudgetBytes

“Salads aren’t just for the warm weather months, but when I get my vegetable cravings in the winter I change up my salads with heartier vegetables and ingredients that have warm, smoky flavors, like roasted vegetables and smoked paprika. This Roasted Cauliflower Salad is actually a play on one of my other favorite salads, Mediterranean Farro Salad.…”

via Roasted Cauliflower Salad with Lemon Tahini Dressing — Budget Bytes

Dessert of the day -Vegan chocolate mousse (with squash & hazelnut milk) – via Lalignegourmande

“It’s still crazy to find that it is possible to obtain a creamy and delicious foam, without a ton of butter and sugar. It really is time that everyone wake up and become aware of what nature can offer us beautiful and healthy, to realize that it is actually possible to have fun without damaging his body, but by doing well, simply. Yes I grant you, I preach to my parish and I ramble a bit. But I confess that every new discovery I am amazed by what some ingredients can make in the kitchen. ” lalignegourmande

via Mousse au chocolat vegan, sans sucre, sans beurre, sans pois chiche — La ligne gourmande

Soup of the day – the “All you can eat” Cabbage Soup via BudgetBytes

Do you remember the cabbage soup diet? It was one of those crazy fad diets where you were supposed to eat as much as you want of just one thing (in this case cabbage soup) and you’ll lose weight without trying. While I would never advocate eating just one thing over and over, I have to say…

via “All You Can Eat” Cabbage Soup — Budget Bytes