The recipe I used for this cake was actually not a good choice. It’s called a Kentucky Butter Cake and I found it in the website www.allrecipes.com
I have to admit I was impressed with all the positive feedback the recipe generated. It’s just too sweet for our taste and if I ever do this cake again, some adjustments have to be made. First of all, I will not leave the cake in the pan as long as I did. It got stuck in the pan after I left it in the refrigerator for a day and took me a long time and a lot of hot water to get the cakes out.
So, instead of getting into the recipe, I’ll give you some tips for the assembly. Continue reading “Mr. Bean Car Cake”
“The following is a paid review:”
Hi, this is the Spouse chiming in here at The UnofficialCook. Mita and I have been enjoying working on this site for several years now. Recently I signed up with a company called ReviewMe which offers bloggers a chance to write reviews of products that advertisers want to showcase. We’ve been eagerly looking forward for the first appropriate assignment, and here it is. I’m sad to say it can’t be very positive, but hey, here at “The Cook” you’re always going to get the unadulterated truth. The product in question is a web site sales service known as:
Absinthe Alcohol Online. I strongly suggest you read the rest of this review before you run off to visit them, though. There are a few reservations .. well more than a few .. I have to share with you. I’m going to break them into two sections … Legalities and eCommerce concerns:
The very first thing that came to my mind is the question, is this legal? The answer is a little muddy on several levels. I’m going to address first the legality/illegality of Absinthe in the United States … because that’s where most of our readers are and that’s where the body of legal data is concerned with. If you live elsewhere then you need to check up on the local laws in your country because they likely vary widely from the US “take” on the issue.
Continue reading “More than You Wanted To Know About Absinthe”
I was at Hi-Top Supermarket along Quezon Avenue in Quezon City with Eldest and Youngest Sisters, the Father, the Spouse, the Nephews and Eldest Sister’s Youngest Daughter on Maundy Thursday. Hi-Top is one of my old stomping grounds and I’ll write more about it when I have a photo to go with the post. For now, take a look at the ice cream photo here. Have you seen a greener ice cream?! If you’re Filipino, you’d probably answer in the affirmative. We’ve all had Avocado Ice Cream after all. Yes, you read right – Avocado Ice Cream. Continue reading “Arce Dairy’s Green Tea Ice Cream”
This sherbet is made with young coconut which we call “buko” in the Philippines. Buko is perfect for a sherbet because the water from a young coconut has a slight sweetness that makes the perfect base. The tender coconut meat when chopped fine and churned with the buko juice also enhances the sherbet’s texture, making it amazingly creamier.
Continue reading “Arce Dairy’s Buko Sherbet”
Has anyone tried the new slow churned ice cream Dreyer’s has been advertising with that goofy commercial? I say goofy because I didn’t get it that the man who enters the supermarket is the manager…oh well, my brain was slow-churning I guess. Continue reading “Dreyer’s Slow-Churned Ice Cream”
I bought dried fish from the Filipino Sari-Sari Store the other day…my craving for a Filipino breakfast overcame my apprehensions about getting one of good-quality. This wasn’t so bad. But man…was it salty! My tastes must have changed more than I realized. I used to enjoy dried fish.
Continue reading “Daing: Dried Fish”