Fall and pumpkin pie are always friends. And who doesn’t love a good pumpkin pie?! But haven’t you been to a point when you get very excited about that pumpkin pie in the fridge before the big Thanksgiving feast, and realize that you’ve eaten too much and all you want for dessert is something a little lighter than a pumpkin pie?
Fried rice in Asian food is such a rustic food that is basically a combination of leftover rice with leftover anything to form a one-dish meal. And it actually brings out the beauty of fried rice – unlimited range of ingredients that can be used to create your own version of fried rice. This dish of baked pork chops with fried rice is one of them.
A perfect crisp fall weather here. So great that you can completely ignore the chill in the air, and forget about the fact that it’s only going to get colder, and eat all the ginger cookies!
For any day of the following week, if you come across with a problem about not knowing what to make for dinner, I highly recommend you this chicken pot pie.
I am the kind of baker who goes with real butter, full fat milk and heavy cream because I truly believe that full fat dairy makes the best desserts. Being said that, I never go crazy with sugar. I love my desserts with the right amount of sweetness. And I do always try to adjust the amount of sugar in my baked goods. Except it doesn’t work all the time. For example, buttercream frosting can be notoriously sweet thanks to the crazy amount of powdered sugar. Cutting down the sugar will only compromise the buttercream flavour and all you can taste is butter in your frosting!