• Marijuana

    2019 Updates on Medical Marijuana

    Following the continuous legalization of marijuana, an entirely new market has developed up in the United States. Medical dispensaries, as well as recreational shops, are opening to supply marijuana to a broad base of consumers. However, what exactly does this market look like, and what can we expect from it in the near future. As of November 2018, 10 states have legalized recreational cannabis while 33 have approved it for medical uses. Legal cannabis is on the rise. Out of all 50 states, 43 allow some form of marijuana use, although the majority of them only allow it for medicinal purposes. However, 10 of these so far have legalized marijuana…

  • Food

    Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Brownie Cookies

    Hello everyone! How is the new year going so far? Mine is going pretty well! Very occupied again, but very happy to be! Lots of fun stuff going on! As you can see I didn’t have much time for the blog in the last few weeks and it might be like that until summer, but I have a delicious recipe for you today! In fact I was supposed to do mallows again with a twist but a couple of things went wrong so I turned around and made PB frosting instead of the marshmallows. My man was happy, he’s not really into marshmallows and even before things went wrong he…

  • Sauce

    Easiest Apple Sauce

    I must admit that when it comes to apple desserts, I always find that the longer process is to peel the apples. So when my friend showed me how she made apple sauce, no peeling and no coring (no waste!), I knew I would always make apple sauce this way! The advantages of this apple sauce: less time coring and peeling, almost no waste and much more nutritive (include the skin)! What you need: Apples Optional: Brown sugar, spices of your choice (cinnamon etc.) Preparation, Baking & Blending: Preheat oven to 300°F. Wash the apples and remove the stem. Optional: cut the apples in half or in quarters (speed the cooking).**…

  • Desserts and Sweets

    Malted Chocolate Choux with White Chocolate Whipped Ganache

    Hello dear readers! Let me begin by wishing you a great week! I wanted to thank you all for 6000 (!!!!) likes on Facebook! Wow! This is truly incredible and, for the most part, due to the decorated cake rolls! When there is a lot of like coming my way, it always seems to be  because someone shared one of the cake rolls! It’s how it all began on Facebook and it’s how it’s continuing now It’s ok, I love them too! So, a HUGE THANK YOU everyone! Here is a little recipe (but Oh! So delicious) for you! Malted Chocolate Choux with White Chocolate Whipped Ganache Yield : about 26 choux…

  • Fudge

    Peanut Butter Chocolate Fudge

    Hello everyone! I’m so sorry I’ve been away for so long. It turns out that my clinical training is very absorbing (and friggin’ wonderful!!!). But when I get one or two relax days, I’m missing baking very much! So I made fudge! Not any fudge, no, PB chocolate fudge. I don’t need to tell you that it is SOOOOO good! And, it’s a foolproof recipe. Your fudge won’t get burned and you don’t need a thermometer! Peanut Butter Chocolate Fudge Yield : about 40 squares Ingredients 2 1/4 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips 1 (14 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 1/4 cup peanut halves 1/2 cup creamy…

  • Food

    Cookie Dough Trifle

    Hello everyone! How is the first month of school going on for you and/or your kids? Is life going so fast you don’t even believe it’s almost the end of September? I do. Wait, wait, wait, I need to pick apples before the season is over, I need to take vacations, I need to do desserts for the blog and do my spaghetti sauce, oh, and sell my condo too No matter all this, I’m very happy to be back to school because it’s the beginning of our clinical training, so I’ll be seeing patients very soon! Yay!!! Still school, but not quite, it’s a new beginning that looks more…