Hot, cripsy waffles, duck leg marinated in maple syrup and fried egg with a perfectly runny yolk - can you imagine a better way to celebrate the upcoming weekend? Being a fanatic lover of all things brunch, I acknowledge many dishes that combine breakfast and lunch, but this particular one is by far my favourite.
I hope you are having a lot of fun this holiday season! I would love to wish you all a beautiful new year and a magical New Year's Eve. You can celebrate with this festive pomegranate and rosemary cocktail.
Don't know about you, but personally, I absolutely adore Christmas wreaths. Thanks to them, the lack of snow and winter weather doesn't stop me for feeling the Christmas spirit. This year I've decided to take some pictures and decorate the blog as well.
The creator of this dessert definitely deserves a culinary Nobel Prize. It's vegan (use maple syrup instead of honey), gluten-free, egg-free, dairy-free and sugar-free. Surprisingly, it's full of flavour and almost ludicrously easy to make - all you need are three ingredients and about five minutes.