Dear awesome and amazing followers (where are you by the way?),
Today I am sharing with you my dear friend Vanessa's blog. She makes the most delicious and gorgeous cakes ever. She is highly professional and extremely dedicated in getting her clients what they wish. I know this from my own experience since she designed and baked my wedding cake (it is the black and white one that appears on the righthand side of the page). My fav flavor is brigadeiro. What is yours????
Isn't marvelous to visit new places, try new flavors and bring new recipes and ideas home? And some times all we need is a quick trip around the corner for some inspiration. That's what happened this Saturday when I went to the new Deseret Books store in Draper. And here is a delicious and easy recipe that can be made as a healthy snack on a summer/fall afternoon or even as Sunday dinner. Enjoy!
Deseret Books sandwiches
1 package of Deseret Books rolls
1 can of peach salsa (also found at DB)
Cheese (I used cheddar and provolone)
Cold cuts (I used Turkey and Smoked Turkey)
optional: spinach + decoration
Serving suggestion: Raspberry ice and potato salad
I cannot believe it has been over a year since I last posted a recipe here. No, I did not stop cooking. No, I did not stop eating either! No way! Two small words can perfectly explain my long absence from my e-book of recipes: LAW SCHOOL.
In the last year, I accumulated a number of recipes and I will now do my best to post them one by one - and remember the exact ingredients, cooking time and secret ingredients. Phew!
And if you have any recipes you would like to share, send them my way. Keep in mind that this space is not only mine but yours too. Sem mais delongas, vamos ao que interessa. How about we start with some awesome, delectable, super easy pizzas? I think I just heard a YES! One of the things I enjoy the most during summer is being able to cook and eat outside. Have you tried making pizza on the grill? I do it and I love it. Recently some friends told me they had a hard time making pizza on the grill. I hope the same does not happen to you. Use a pizza stone and place in the grill for at least 10 minutes before you place the pizza. Start by placing the dough (no toppings yet!) on the hot pizza stone for 1-2 minutes. Do not let it bake completely. Once the dough is a bit harder than when it is uncooked, take it out of the grill, add the toppings and put it back on the pizza stone. Wait until the pizza dough is completely cooked and the cheese has melted! Mamma mia! Here I go again! How can I resist you! Pick your favorite and let the grilling season begin!