It contains only bananas, rice and tapioca flours, sugar, coconut and coconut milk. My experience with the market in Chiang Mai, Thailand all began when we were trying to decide what to do for my birthday which just happened to fall in the middle of our month long trip around Southeast Asia last October
Adding a little Grand Marnier and some sparkling wine was all it needed. Your email. Welcome to Cocktail Day, a multi-blogger event co-hosted by Kim of Cravings of a Lunatic, Liz of That Skinny Chick Can Bake, and Donna of Cookistry
SPARKLING PINEAPPLE PUNCH. An oldie but a goody recipe. I'm back at our annual family Christmas party, waiting for Santa to drop by and give me a candy cane while I sit on his lap posing for a picture that my mom can't seem to take because the "camera isn't working right"
5 Gently flatten the bottom of the shu mai. 6 Repeat with the remaining wrappers and meat. 7 Place a pea in the center of the meat on each shu mai and top the meat with a thin coating of oil. 8 Place shu mai in a steamer basket and steam for 12-14 minutes over high heat
If you're looking for great entertaining and Holiday recipes, look no further. As I have been hosting the "Make to Impress" Side Dish Challenge at The Real Women of Philadelphia this week, I've been blown away by everyone's creativity