Every culture with a temperate climate has a version of apple pie. This version from the cookbook Kaffeehaus is one served in the kitchens and coffeehouses of Budapest, Hungary. Very similar to our American version with some notable differences. Check it out!
Here we go – every journey begins with a single step and every attempt to bake one’s way through a book starts with the first recipe. This was a nice, easy introduction to what I expect will be a wondrous learning experience!
Fall is here and so is everything pumpkin – this Swiss roll is a nice introduction to the season. Baking a cake is one thing, but making a mission out of a book is quite another. More details inside!
In my haste, I forgot to provide the recipes for the tarts I made over the weekend. Apologies! Here they are, with a freebie for candied citrus peel. Enjoy!
My mission this weekend was to make up for the lack of posts during the past week with something spectacular. The ‘something spectacular’ turned out to be a couple of…
These sausage-filled pastries are great for lunch, dinner, or breakfast, especially when topped with poached eggs and Hollandaise Sauce!
Everybody is doing turtle brownies these days – BR gets in on the act with my own version!
A return to one of my favorite types of breads that I learned how to bake ten years ago. Little Italian grandmas bake focaccia; why don’t you?
Late summer and the fruit is ripening faster than can be eaten. Use it up in this end-of-summer baked treat!
Yes, hazelnuts again. It’s a bit of an obsession for me right now.