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Coconut Bread

Everybody loves a family recipe right? One of these days a good friend of mine was telling me that he had grown up eating Coconut Bread, that his mother used to bake it all the time. A few days later he manage to get the recipe from his mother and today I finally found the …

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Nana Wanda Honey Cake

This Honey Spiced Cake is also called Pão de Mel (Honey Bread) in Brazil and despite of being an European recipe is very popular there and frequently served filled with Dulce de Leche and completely coated in chocolate. The texture is firm, something in between a cake and a bread and the spice flavor is …

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Orange and Almond Cake

Some years ago, a colleague of mine that used to spend most of the week traveling from town to town, was sitting in a pub with me and other people from work when he confessed that he really felt like home when returning back from a busyness trip and opening the door of his unit …

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Too Easy Banana Bread

This Banana Bread is so easy to make and so good!  It is a recipe of a mother of a very good friend of mine that was a woman ahead of her time, an excellent golfer, a world explorer and an awesome cook that actually was lucky enough to do some culinary training at Cordon …

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Devil’s Food Cake

If I had to pick up only one of the many chocolate cake recipes I ever tried for sure it would be the Devil’s Food Cake: very moist, dark and covered in luxurious chocolate cream. Nigella Lawson recently made this recipe very famous however in early 1900’s Caroline King (a popular 20’s food witter) had …

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Passion Fruit Cake

Passion fruit recipes always have a “je ne sais quoi” of tropical exoticism. The tanginess of the Passion Fruit pulp makes this cake pleasantly not-so-sweet, fluffy and moist.   The Seeds give it an extra dimension of texture and are a nice surprise.   The Passion Fruit Compote is optional but it certainly adds a bit of …