Food: Pumpkin Pasta For Dinner Tonight

Yummy!

I seldom plan a weekly menu when I go grocery shopping. I simply grab my favorite veggies, and meets and leave the store with meals not yet determined. Since today I am craving pasta, I plan to make this beauty of a recipe for Pumpkin Pasta with Balsamic Sage Brown Butter Sauce – yummy.

Here’s a suggestion if you aren’t into making your own fresh pumpkin pasta – you can order a similar version from Amazon or check your local specialty grocer. If you plan to make your own pasta, and don’t have the pasta making machine, then consider an easier method from here:

Ingredients

Pumpkin Pasta

Balsamic Sage Brown Butter Sauce

  • 1 stick (1/2 cup) salted butter
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 8 fresh sage leaves
  • 1/2 cup

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Pandan Sponge cake

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Pandan Sponge cake (adapted from Neo Sook Bee’s recipe)

Ingredients:-

6 eggs yolks – I used grade B eggs which is about 60g
70g corn oil
100g plain flour
Pinch of salt
50g pandan juice
50g coconut milk

6 eggs whites
100g sugar

Line the base of an 8″ round pan. Grease sides for easier unmoulding.

Preheat oven to 190C.

Method:

1. Put oil in a saucepan and heat on low fire until just simmering. If you have a thermometer it should read 70C. Remove and immediately add the flour and stir with a whisk until smooth.
2. Add in the coconut milk and pandan juice and stir to combine. At this stage the batter will become thick and lumpy.
3. Add in egg yolks and whisk with hand whisk until batter is smooth and runny again. Set aside.
4. Beat the egg…

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Vanilla Bean Cake with Vanilla American Buttercream

I love vanilla cakes! This one is a yummy beauty.

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I think I have finally found a good vanilla cake recipe. But people look for different things in a cake. Some like it moist and dense, some like it light and fluffy. So this recipe is the latter option since it is more of a sponge cake rather than a butter cake but still provides the structural properties for layering. vanilla-cake-41I have always preferred lighter cakes over denser cakes and I am sure most people do. If you saw the Raspberry Naked Cake Recipe, I used a butter cake recipe which is a  lot denser in comparison to this one. Vanilla cake 14.jpgI wanted this recipe to be as simple as possible. I didn’t want you to experience the tedious process of separating eggs or cooking them over a double boiler or doing this method called a liasion. So basically, for this cake, you simply beat the eggs and sugar until they are pale in colour – that’s…

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Wonder Woman, Parents, & the LGBTQI Community!

Source: Wonder Woman, Parents, & the LGBTQI Community!

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Blogging for LGBTQ Families Day, June 1st 2017

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Saying “we are all sinners” when talking about someone’s loving relationship, marriage or family is not loving or kind – it is unkind, unloving and disrespectful. It strips away a person’s human dignity when you compare the most important and cherished things in their life to sin. All any straight person has to do is imagine how they would feel if someone called their engagement, marriage, family sinful – which is why these words from Stan Mitchell are so important.

“We Are All Sinners” – A Step In The Right Direction But Still Not Enough by Stan Mitchell

A wonderful same-sex couple I know well have been monogamously, faithfully together for 30+ years. In that time, they have raised three beautiful, productive children (who all happen to be heterosexual, btw) and now have several grandchildren. While they will absolutely agree with you…

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An Open Letter to Rev. Franklin Graham from a “Small Church” Pastor

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Dear Frank

Can I call you Frank? This is just pastor to pastor. Feel free to call me Peter. Anyway, I have to say I was flattered when I learned that your Decision America Tour took a detour off the beaten path to call upon us “small community churches.” We are nothing if not small. We seat 30-40 on a good Sunday. And we are a century old fixture of our small community. Most often we are overlooked and overshadowed by mega-churches and politically influential religious voices like your own. We don’t hold a candle to an auditorium filled with the music of a one hundred voice choir led by professional musicians. We probably will never be recognized in any nationally syndicated media. After all, we don’t do anything really “newsworthy.” We just preach the good news of Jesus Christ; love one another the best we can (which sometimes isn’t…

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