Anyone who lives in the Okanagan knows that there’s a sweet spot in the middle of summer where cherry and peach season overlap. It’s the definition of PURE HEAVEN! It’s as though Mother Nature had a burst of generosity and decided to completely spoil us rotten for a few weeks.
As a new mom of two boys, I now ‘get it’. I finally understand what my friends were saying when they told me that having one kid is like having a pet, but two is like having a zoo. I could write a whole post about this new experience of being pulled in opposite directions but I won’t digress; I’m … View The Post
Piles of fresh summer fruit are wrapped in perfectly flaky pastry in this rustic, simple but impressive fruit galette. The pie crust recipe makes enough for two galettes, so double the fruit filling if you want to make two. Otherwise the crust freezes really nicely for up to a month when packed in a plastic resealable bag.
This upside down cake is a bit of a show off. It is ridiculously moist with a delicious lemony flavour and a pretty display of peaches. You may be tempted to skip the step with the egg whites: don’t. It truly makes the cake light and airy. You will need 3-4 peaches for this recipe, depending on the size of your … View The Post
Eating gluten-free can be a challenge, especially when it comes to baking. Enter my friend and long-time mentor Patricia Chuey. When faced with the same food challenge, she stepped up to the plate and created her own gluten-free flour blend that knocks the socks off of any other gluten-free flour on the market.