Short And Sweet. Mango Brûlée With Lime.

January.

If you live somewhere in the world where January is cold (like Vermont), then a little bit of tropical fruit makes it feel just a bit warmer.

You don’t get many dessert recipes that are faster to make than this one. I loved how the sweetness of the fruit, the crunch of the sugar and the tartness of the lime all came together to make a very interesting, light and yummy end to the meal.

Mango Brûlée With Lime

Ingredients:

1/4 cup turbinado sugar
2 mangoes, halved and pitted
1 lime, cut into wedges

Directions:

1. Heat broiler to high with rack 6 inches from heat source.

2. Scatter 1 tablespoon sugar evenly over cut side of each mango half. Immediately broil on a foil-lined rimmed baking sheet until mangoes are softened and sugar is hardened and golden brown, 5 to 7 minutes. Serve warm with lime wedges.

Recipe from Martha Stewart Living Magazine


We’re going to Denmark for some short and sweet music from moi Caprice. If you like breezy, fun pop with plenty of infectious hooks this band will be right up your alley.

Here’s a short song.
moi Caprice-Summerfool

And a sweet song.

“Cause when artboy meets artgirl there’s gonna be love
if artgirl needs artboy enough

Then the world just stops and then everyone starts dancing
As they tell you about their symphonies and the poetry they’ve made
As they guide you through their galleries of all the wonders they create

More love, more love, more happy, happy love”

That’s pretty sweet. Catchy as all get out, too.
moi Caprice-Artboy Meets Artgirl

Check out moi Caprice on their Website and Myspace. In Europe you can buy moi Caprice’s music here. USA and Canada can buy the music here.

Cheers!

About I Sing In The Kitchen

Music obsessed cooking freak whipping up fab food one song at at time.
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