One of the recipes I made several times on The Eczema Diet is the sesame-free hummus. I make it with several types of beans and also like to bring it to parties and potlucks with celery sticks and crackers. Before going on a stricter salicylate-free version of the diet, I made this delicious dip with beet in it. Roasted beet and garlic give a lovely
I love cranberry juice. While the extra tart flavour of cranberries is usually toned down by either sugar or sweet fruit juice, here beets have that function, yielding a hearty and not-too-sweet flavour (and beautiful color). There is even some greens hidden in there, and parsley to detoxify after some holiday partying!
Summer and sangria are like two complimentary words. I don’t drink sangria often, but when I have friends over I often make some because I love creating new sangria mixes. So for the dinner I organized so my friends could help me eat my cheesecake, I also made a yummy pitcher of sangria. I decided to make a rosé sangria because I love it but
Today marks 3 years since I created Sweet Salty Spicy on August 13, 2010. After three months of sharing recipes on my previous blog, I decided to make a new blog where I would share more about my life. While I do write longer posts about how I made recipes etc and sometimes share more than recipes… let’s face it, I just ended up creating
I looooove making cinnamon rolls. I get happy when I see my proofed yeast. And kneading dough relaxes me. But making cinnamon rolls takes a loooot of time. So I need to have a lot of time to make some. And guess what… I had some time! And I made the best rolls I ever had the joy of eating. Cherry Pie Dark Chocolate Rolls