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This is a true South African heritage recipe! The recipe originally comes from the Dutch settlers of the Cape. It is a staple on the tea table in many South African homes. There is many variations but the almond essence(instead of vanilla) is what sets the South African version apart from the rest. Some South African recipes for "Melk Tert" also includes lemon or naartjie rind. It's so good, Jamie Oliver even has a version of the Milk Tart in his book "Jamie's Comfort Food".
If your sweet tooth is in need of a rush these little cinnamon sugar rolls are your fix. Once you bite into the warm delicious dough you’ll be hooked. The Ukrainian nesting dolls will help guide you to your way of a freshly baked goods smell in your house and soon to consumption. If you’re anything like me, who’s cursed with the ultimate sweet tooth, you can get creative by adding additional toppings. Like caramel and pecans!
This is one of the most versatile spice mixes around. Hailing from Chesapeake Bay, Maryland, this mix is best known for adding flavor to steamed lobster, crab, shrimp, and all sorts of seafood. It's added to crab boils and fish stews. But here's a little secret-- it's much more versatile than only a seafood seasoning-- dash into your bloody mary, stir into gazpacho, sprinkle a little on your popcorn, mash into your potatoes, rub some onto your chicken. The options are endless! Enjoy!