I like algebra, and, in fact, it was one of my favorite subjects in school. How about you? Do you like algebra? Do you like solving equations? How about solving this simple algebraic equation for me? Don’t worry, it’s petty easy!
Solve for X in the following equation:
A = peanut butter
B = banana
C = chocolate
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Today marks the one year anniversary of Daisy’s World, and I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for reading my blog and for giving me the opportunity to share my world with you. I am grateful for all of your comments and kind words of encouragement and praise. I have enjoyed writing about my culinary adventures and I hope you’ve enjoyed reading about them. My goal was to inspire you to create something delicious that showcases your own passion for food, and I hope I’ve succeeded. Continue reading
Starting today, and throughout the coming week, I will be featuring my organic, home-grown meyer lemons in various recipes. I’ve just harvested about 20 lemons today and there are probably another twenty ripe ones on my little tree that I will juice and freeze to use in the next couple of months.
When I think of lemons, the first thing that comes to mind is lemon curd. I love slathering it on a scone or using it as a tart filling, but most of all, I love eating it straight out of its container, a spoonful at a time. This particular recipe, from Spago Restaurant’s pastry chef, Sherry Yard, has been my go-to recipe for lemon curd for a while now. It is from her first book, The Secrets of Baking: Simple Techniques for Sophisticated Desserts. This lemon curd is a beautiful pale yellow in color with flecks of zest and has just the right amount of tartness. It is the featured component of these Mini-Lemon and Vanilla Cream Parfaits, which also have layers of buttery graham crackers and vanilla bean whipped cream. Continue reading