“God Is Not A Respector Of Persons”

'I Am NOT Ashamed of the Gospel of Christ!'

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Our Father in heaven does not put one person over the other as more important in his plan. People on the other hand have no problem doing this. “My brethren, have not the faith of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord of glory, with respect of persons. For if there come unto your assembly a man with a gold ring, in goodly apparel, and there come in also a poor man in vile raiment; and ye have respect to him that weareth the gay (good) clothing, and say unto him, sit though here in a good place; and say to the poor, stand thou there, or sit here under my footstool: Are ye not then partial in yourselves, and are become judges of evil thoughts”.

(James 2:1-4).
    It is not good to disregard the ways man chooses in life as though all actions are equal. God does not like…

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Cinnamon Bun… with a twist

Sharing The Food We Love

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This is a much loved recipe of mine.   I fell in love with these cinnamon buns (bullar) in Sweden back in my teens when I lived there.  The spiced soft bread with the crunchy sugary bits were delish with coffee and a staple in every home I visited in the year that I lived in Sweden.  They are an essential part of morning or afternoon tea, taken on hikes, cross country skiing, or even just in the comfort of someones home.   Even now I’ll break out this recipe at least once a year for one reason or another.  They freeze well, have a great wow factor, and I’m yet to meet someone who didn’t like them.

The specific inspiration for making it this time was actually a posting I discovered on Pinterest.

cinnamon bun

I would normally make these in the traditional small snail style, but seeing this magnificent  loaf…

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Steamed taro cake (芋頭糕)

The Misadventures of MissC

Earlier this year I bought a proper steamer with the intention of making more steamed goodies. By proper, I mean one of those big ass Asian style steamers.

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See this is the type of steamer you need if you really want to make serious steamed treats, not those piddly little electronic ones. Before I got my hands on this baby, I usually employed a common trick and used my wok or large pot to steam things, but it had limitations. The trick is to: fill your wok with ~1/3 water, invert a bowl in the centre of the wok, balance a plate on top of the bowl, place the item you want to steam on top of the plate and cover with large lid. (See my very rudimentary artwork below, it should demonstrate how I’d used this method to steam fish.)

woksteamerThe problem with this method is that you are…

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Chinese steamed cake

Chinese steamed egg cake178g eggs (about 3 large eggs), beaten178g sugar152g cake flour, sifted twice43g vegetable oil1. In the bowl of a stand mixer attached to a whisk, on high speed, beat the eggs and sugar together. When ready, the mixture will be light and more than double its size, about 15 minutes. To test, drip the batter back into the bowl. It should be able to float for a couple of seconds before sinking.2. Gently fold in the cake flour until just combined. (I used a whisk as I found it more effective.)3. Pour 1/3 of the batter into a medium bowl. Add in the vegetable oil until just combined, then return the mixture back into the remaining batter. Gently mix until just combined.4. Pour the batter into the prepared bamboo steamer. Steam on medium fire for 20 – 25 minutes, or until the cake tester inserted comes out clean. Remove from steamer and cool on a wire rack. Makes one 6-inch cake.

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Chinese steamed cake

Bake.Eat.Enjoy.

Chinese steamed egg cake

178g eggs (about 3 large eggs), beaten
178g sugar
152g cake flour, sifted twice
43g vegetable oil

1. In the bowl of a stand mixer attached to a whisk, on high speed, beat the eggs and sugar together. When ready, the mixture will be light and more than double its size, about 15 minutes. To test, drip the batter back into the bowl. It should be able to float for a couple of seconds before sinking.

2. Gently fold in the cake flour until just combined. (I used a whisk as I found it more effective.)

3. Pour 1/3 of the batter into a medium bowl. Add in the vegetable oil until just combined, then return the mixture back into the remaining batter. Gently mix until just combined.

4. Pour the batter into the prepared bamboo steamer. Steam on medium fire for 20 – 25 minutes…

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