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Homemade condiments

Daring Cooks
December 2015

Hello friends! I am Jenni, and I blog at The Gingered Whisk. I started my blog back in 2009 with the express desire to join the Daring Kitchen! I have loved being a member of this community and learning so many wonderful techniques and recipes, and gaining new friends, too! I’m really excited about this month’s challenge! We are going to try our hand at making our own condiments!

Cheesecake Crumble Pie

Daring Bakers
November 2015

Hi! We are Krista & Nicole of “Two Cups of Sugar.” We are two sisters who share a love for baking and have been blogging about our adventures in the kitchen since 2005 when we joined the Daring Bakers. We are super excited to be hosting this month’s challenge and wanted to share one of our favorite local treats - Cheesecake Crumble Pie.

Pakora

Daring Cooks
November 2015

Pakora

Hi Friends! I am Vimala Lakshmi from cooking club17. I have been blogging since 2012 and I love cooking and baking. I am a home baker too and I take baking classes for beginners in India. I am a lover of food and I love to explore world cuisine. I have joined hands with you here to tell you something about our Indian cuisine. Indians are very fond of snacks. We like munching something with our evening tea/ coffee. Come, let’s fry some pakoras and bondas to enjoy with our family.

Macarons

Daring Bakers
October 2015

Hi! We are Rachael from pizzarossa and Korena from Korena in the Kitchen and we are very excited to bring you the French Macaron! The Daring Bakers tackled the macaron back in October 2009, however with so many new members we thought it would be a good challenge to re-visit. Macarons are a quintessentially French pastry – beautiful, delicate, and a bit finicky – but with a few tips and the right technique, they are completely achievable for the home baker.

Have a rice day

Daring Cooks
October 2015

Rice is a cereal grain. It is one the most widely consumed staple foods. It is actually the agricultural commodity with the third-highest worldwide production, after sugarcane and maize, according to 2012 FAOSTAT data. Rice plays an important cultural role in many parts of the world, especially in Asia where they have many festivals that are centered around rice harvest time. It is also a symbol of fertility in many cultures.

Irish Soda Bread

Daring Bakers
September 2015

Hi everyone! My name is Meredith and I have been a member of the Daring Kitchen since 2011. I started baking alongside my mom as a child and haven’t looked back since. My favorite things to bake are breads, cookies, and cakes, and now I’m enjoying passing down the love of baking to our two children. I joined Daring Kitchen to broaden my knowledge of baking and conquer new baking challenges. I have learned more than I ever expected here and am so grateful to everyone who has hosted a challenge.

Modak

Daring Cooks
September 2015

Hello folks, Namaste from India. This is Rutvika and I blog about baking and life in general at sizzleanddrizzle.com. I have been blogging since early 2013 and I love to experiment with modern cuisines with our traditional ingredients.

September is the month when we celebrate the Ganesha festival throughout Maharashtra, a state in western India. Ganesha, the elephant headed God, is worshipped for 10 days with passion and excitement. A holy offering is made to Lord Ganesha in the form of “Modaks” which is then consumed by everyone as “prashad”.

Gluten-free Seed and Nut Loaf

Daring Bakers
August 2015

Hi! I’m Susan from The Kiwi Cook. I’m a born and bred New Zealander (as you can guess from my blog name!) and this is my first hosting experience for The Daring Kitchen (which is being run concurrently with another challenge for The Daring Cooks'). The theme of both challenges this month is ‘whole and healthy’!

Raw, whole and healthy cheesecakes

Daring Cooks
August 2015

Raw, Whole and Healthy ‘Cheesecakes’

Hi! I’m Susan from The Kiwi Cook. I’m a born and bred New Zealander (as you can guess from my blog name!) and this is my first hosting experience for The Daring Kitchen (which is being run concurrently with another challenge for The Daring Bakers).

Yafawi Sfeeha

Daring Bakers
July 2015

Introduction: Hi, my name is Manal Obieda, known as Manal’s Bites. I am thrilled to be hosting July’s 2015 Daring Bakers' Challenge. In this challenge I am bringing you a great authentic dish from Jaffa in Palestine where my mother comes from. The dish is called “Yafawi Sfeeha” (translation: meat pies from Jaffa). I hope you enjoy the experience of making these delicious and interesting meat pies that come in a spiral shape. Traditionally this dish is made with meat but I am introducing more options that are vegetarian and sweet.

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