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Month: November 2018

Applesauce & Almond Bundt Cake

I am craving fall flavors like apple and pumpkin pie spice. Something sweet but not too sweet. I know that I do not bake much at all, but I knew I could put this cake together.  This cake is dense, moist, and flavorful. So a little goes a long way to satiate my cravings, and it lasted close to a week without drying out thanks to the applesauce and the buttermilk. Applesauce & Almond Bundt Cake Ingredients 2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 Tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon pumpkin spice (or 4 teaspoons)…

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Chili – Slow Roasted Chicken & Chorizo Chili

I was not planning to blog this recipe. Having been told that some of my recipes are overly complicated and overwhelming, I thought this one should be skipped. I get it.  I know that the kitchen is not everyone’s friend. Truth be told, I made it up as I went along. I did not measure anything. Just winged it and used the power of taste to make adjustments as I cooked. I cook like this all the time, and it makes my sister’s go nuts because they do not share this ability. That said, I am continually reading recipes, and…

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Joie de Vie and Worth a Binge

Strong Coffee to Red Wine has focused on wine and food now for two years. Recently, I added travel as a pillar of focus.  And today I announce the fourth pillar, Joie de Vie. That means “joy of life” in French, but it is also part of the English vernacular as well. This Joie de Vie is the culmination of everyone and thing in my life. It is my glass half full mindset. And the humor with which I cope with life. It is what I do to relax, inspire, and learn. It is also the poignant moments in my…

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