Lime Yogurt Cake

One of the tastiest and simplest cakes out there: a French yogurt cake. It does not get more basic than this. Very easy to throw together for an impromptu dinner among colleagues at our compound in Juba.   I followed the exact recipe from The Cafe Sucre Farine, substituting lemon for lime, and adding a … Continue reading Lime Yogurt Cake


Pumpkin Pie

Last weekend the Canadians in our compound celebrated Thanksgiving. My task: bring the pumpkin pie. I started on Saturday night by roasting a pumpkin. Cut it up into little squares leaving the skin on and brushed the pieces with olive oil. Put them into the oven until they became soft. Let them cool overnight. The … Continue reading Pumpkin Pie

Blueberry Muffin Cake

Blueberries. A near impossibility in South Sudan - unless you have access to the UNMISS commissary (like a duty free store) in Juba which occasionally stock frozen blueberries, raspberries and strawberries. At what cost you may be curious to know? A 450g bag for $6. Today's recipe came from a quick scan of Pinterest using … Continue reading Blueberry Muffin Cake