I never thought seeing somebody making cock cupcakes would ever make me cry – but I guess life is full of surprises!
You see, the person who is making them in the video below is one of the most amazing women that I have ever had the pleasure to get to know.
That’s right! Candice is incredible with a capital I – a fantastic cake maker, mother, sister, friend, lover, business woman, runner – you name!
I’ve never seen her do anything that makes her look like she is so much in her own element like in this video. Her charisma, talent and wit is totally captivating and it has completely floored me! I’m so happy for her and proud that she has achieved this.
Anyway, enough emotions and more cake – if you have 5 minutes and want to know how to make the most delicious cupcakes (I guess the cock on top is optional – haha) then have a look at the video below.
And if you want to order cupcakes or cakes for any occasion – make sure you check out Cake by Candie!
As you know, I am a big fan of getting loads of meat for a great price and then roasting it. Mainly because it saves a lot of cash and effort because you can use the leftovers for various other things like salads and broths and so on.
This time around I thought I’d share my roast chicken thigh recipe as thighs with skin & bone are usually much cheaper to buy in bulk than other cuts, and they taste so much better than a boring old breast!
1 package of chicken thighs about 500-750g (with skin and bones there)
1-2 big red onions
Salt and pepper
Heat oven to 200C/180C fan/gas 6
Roughly chop up the onion and put it in a roasting dish
Put the thighs on top of the onions
Drizzle a little olive oil over them, add salt and pepper, and massage it in to the skin of the thighs
Scatter some spring of rosemary over the thighs
Add a little bit of water to the bottom of the roasting dish and put in the over
Roast in the middle of the oven for about 40-45 minutes (or until the skin is crispy and golden)
Take out and EAT!
If you’re having it as part of a meal, I highly recommend you to save the meat juices and onions to make a delicious onion gravy… Just saying ;)