Eaton Mess is a uniquely British dessert. It’s said to have first been served after a cricket match at Eaton College in the 1930′s. The original “mess” was served with only strawberries, meringue and cream but I think it’s fun to add your favorite combination of berries. In fact, you don’t have to stop with berries, try bananas, pineapple or stewed rhubarb.
Ratatouille is a dish made of lots of vegetables. There are many ways of preparing it, the way we prepared it was by layering it and baking it.
Prepare these great light biscuits easily by following this recipe. They are delicious!
This recipe is used for making a large amount and putting the mix into Mason jars and giving them as gifts with baking instructions typed on the gift tag. They are wonderful Thanksgiving and Christmas gifts. These are very moist, delicious Bran Muffins. For family size baking, cut the recipe in half.
Learn how to prepare delicious apple pear tart by following this step by step recipe.
This tropical milkshake makes a very nice change from a chocolate milkshake. It works great with coconut sorbet as well.
Is there anything better than ice cream? Well, one thing comes to my mind - ice cream with this sweet sauce of macadamia nuts.
This no bake cookies are one of the heaviest chocolate cookies you will ever taste, great for chocoholics.
Haupia is a delicious coconut dessert. This dessert is not a pudding exactly - it’s more solid than a pudding. More like a creamy jello but made with coconut milk and thickened with cornstarch.
You can find chicken long rice at many world food stores, but it goes by the name of “cellophane noodles”.