Amarula Ganache and Spiced Pear Yule Log

The yule log is such an iconic dessert for the holidays. The French call it BĂ»che de NoĂ«l. It is a sponge cake with a cream filling rolled and frosted to resembled a log. I have made countless number of roulades before – it is even in my cookbook, but this is the first yuleRead more

Fresh Kiwifruit Tarts with Coconut White Chocolate Cream

Have you ever had a yellow-fleshed kiwifruit? The first time I’ve ever had one was a Zespri SunGold kiwifruit, it was surprisingly juicy and sweet. Also, they are rich in nutrients such as vitamin C, E, potassium, and fiber. Just cut, scoop & enjoy! I love the beautiful look of the seeds in the center, and their crunchyRead more

Salty White Chocolate Hazelnut Blueberry Cookies

I think the first time I baked a chocolate chip cookie was when I was in elementary school. I probably baked the recipe behind the Hershey’s Chipits package. I thought it tasted amazing the first time I had it fresh. But I always wondered how they make cookies chewy, you know, the big mass-produced ones sometimes foundRead more

White Chocolate Mousse

A while ago, I made this white chocolate mousse from a recipe found in a weekly Chinese food magazine from Ming Pao Daily Newspaper. That particular issue featured chef Corbin Tomaszeski’s demonstration of his Irish Cream dessert recipes. One recipe that caught my eye was the white chocolate mousse. If you watch Food Network Canada,Read more

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