I would love to do more baking, but I don’t want to do the usual so I went browsing YouTube for different cakes from around the world. I came across the Kasutera (Castella) recipe by Japanese Cooking 101 and it piqued my interest. This cake definitely looks delicious and I want to give it a try. Visit JapaneseCooking101.com for the complete recipe and let us … Continue reading Kasutera Recipe
I have a chocolate addiction, like most, so this is good for someone like me. Check out this awesome chocolate brownie recipe with the addition of pumpkin, being everyone’s in a halloween/october spirit. Full credits: thecomfortofcooking Continue reading Yummy Moment: Pumpkin Swirl Chocolate Brownies
Tunisia a very popular North African destination with a climate that rarely dips under 20 degrees; basically, it’s literally a hot spot all year round. It offers superb beaches, spectacular desert scenery and a wealth of historical sites dating back nearly 3,000 years to when the ancient city of Carthage dominated the entire western Mediterranean.
Although the smallest nation in North Africa, Tunisia’s eventful and often dramatic history has been the result of its strategic position. Over the centuries, the country which was once the exclusive home of the Berbers, has, at one time or another, been settled on by most of the world’s greatest powers; from the Phoenicians, Romans and Vandals to Byzantines, Arabs, Ottomans and French. These people have come and gone, leaving their mark upon Tunisia in varying degrees, and providing a rich cultural and social heritage that is unique to this land. Continue reading “The Jewel of the Mediterranean”