Yogurt-White Chocolate Breakfast Bowl

by Kitchen Butterflyon October 30, 2015
A chance find of natural yogurt, and a gift of white Toblerone, shortly before I leave to catch a plan results in this – what I consider the discovery of the year. Well, that would be going a bit too far but I have to say this is an amazing blend. The beauty? Plain, unsweetened […]

Nigerian Desserts: Mangoes & Lime with Cardamom Yogurt

by Kitchen Butterflyon April 6, 2014
As much as I love lemons, they have nothing on limes. Even Meyers. I’m sorry. So sorry. Limes transport me to a place. Sharp. Vibrant. Fragrant. All at once. Yes, harsh but with the feeling and willingness to be tempered. I think one of the most sacred combinations of fruit and citrus lies in Mangoes […]

Yogurt in Paris, Damsons in Autumn

by Kitchen Butterflyon November 6, 2010
It’s a strange and wonderful life when all a girl thinks of in Paris is yogurt. Pots. Because the French are up there with the Greeks and Turks in making super delicious, thick-set yogurt as this young lady (me) found out recently. In my fine opinion, they beat all the competition primarily because of the […]

How to make Labneh & other exciting news

by Kitchen Butterflyon August 4, 2010
I wish I could go away and come back to news like this every single time. So Wales was FUN – as soon as the days ahead give me some time back, I’ll scribe up our experiences of rolling, verdant hills and stunning landscapes. Anyhow, we were in Wales when I got some exciting news. […]

No-cook Thanksgiving Desserts- gelato con olie e sale & gingered yoghurt

by Kitchen Butterflyon November 26, 2009
Dessert #1 is one of those recipes with high shock value – I think! It isn’t a combination that many people are used to and thanks to Jamie, I discovered it.