An experimental cook in the kitchen isn’t doing everything right if all the dishes are amazing and everything turns out the way you imagine it to be or the way its supposed to be; without the mistakes and little booboo’s here and there, its never a complete experience is it? Well not for me at least… and this is the story of how my wrong (which i can’t really pin point.. I really don’t know the science behind baking but I will assume that not reading the book properly had a huge part to play) turned out into something that was forgiving to say the least; quite forgiving if I may boast, colleagues at work were trying to breathe it in. Continue reading
I know what you’re thinking.. “How the hell can the words mexican and lasagna be incorporated in the same sentence?” and now you must also be thinking I am still suffering from a New Years hangover; either that or I have completely lost it.
This year one of my many resolutions is to try new things, things that may have amazed me or things that have never been heard of, even if it means testing on a few friends and poisoning a few others in the process. This breakfast lasagna was one such undertaking and I had invited my friend over to come and try out my so-called dish. When I spoke to her I was quite confident that I knew what I was doing and that there was nothing to worry about. Haha.. I think my brain was playing an April Fool’s joke on me a little too early… When I came back home.. even I gasped at my outrageous idea…”Mexican Lasagne ?!??” Continue reading