|Hot Mocha Fudge Cake|
Food Diary (February 05, 2012)
Breakfast: Rolled oats with raisins, coconut, sunflower seeds and flax seeds
Lunch: Spaghetti with caramelised onion sauce
Dinner: Sandwich, pickled vegetables
Baking/sweets: Hot Mocha Fudge Cake
Even though the recipe for this Hot Mocha Fudge Cake comes from the Cooking Light magazine, it is certainly not light on flavor. On the contrary, the cake is quite rich with a very deep flavor. The flavors linger in your taste buds well after the cake is gone. It is quite tempting to go back for more, great test of willpower.
The Hot Mocha Fudge Cake is incredibly easy to make, slightly gooey inside with a crispy crust. The recipe is available here.
Today's Favourite Photo
Source: One Perfect Bite
Today’s Favourite Blog
Source: The Wall Street Journal
Food statistics for Superbowl is staggering. More than 1.25 billion chicken wings will be consumed over the weekend. That's four wings for every person in the U.S. You need two chickens to produce four wings. I wonder what happens to all the chicken.
An estimated 4.4 million pizzas will be ordered from Pizza Hut, Domino's Pizza and Papa John's on Sunday. About 12 million adults will go to a restaurant or bar to watch the game. Another 48 million adults are expected to order takeout or delivery.
Health food is also making its mark. According to Grimmway Farms, one of the biggest distributors of baby-cut carrots, carrot consumption is 25% higher on Super Bowl Sunday than on a typical Sunday. 71.4 million pounds of avocado’s are expected to be consumed on Sunday.