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A traditional sweet pie from the Greek cuisine. Fanouropita is an old recipe that should only be made with 7 or 9 ingredients and served every year on the eve of 27th Aug. This recipe blends flavours from orange, cinnamon, cloves, olive oil, sugar, sesame seeds and nuts. A simple dish which is a perfect representation of a Greek food - stunning flavours packed with rich traditions. This cake is perfect for breakfast too!
My Grandmother was an exceptional baker. There was always some tasty treat being created in her kitchen, using local ingredients, fruit from the garden, and always a big pot of tea on the go.
One of my favourites, amongst others, was her excellent Victoria Sponge Sandwich, a staple in their house, and the perfect addition to a huge cup of tea for a typical English late afternoon supper.
She would bake, wireless blaring out various songs of the hour, the beaded kitchen curtain tapping gently in the breeze, as my Grandfather hopped over the garden fence, back from work on the farm for his midday dinner. The kitchen was always adorned with a vase of freshly cut flowers from the garden, and a warm and welcoming atmosphere. My happy place and definitely my happy meal all rolled into one.
Created using watercolour and ink, and a sprinkling of Photoshop.
While I'm not a big sweet tooth, this recipe is definitely my happy meal because this cake always reminds me of my favourite season - summer. It's especially nice if you get the pick the strawberries straight from the garden.
It’s hard to beat the warmth and comfort of a creamy, golden chicken pot pie. I didn’t have this until I was a teen, and I was immediately hooked! This illustration shows a basic collection of ingredients, but there are so many things that can be added to it.
Who wouldn't want to stroll by a little bakery to see Cupcakes and Chocolates! This delicious Dessert Menu is filled with many tasty bakery treats. The Dessert Menu depicts each little dessert that is shown through the glass window of this divine bakery!
1- Preheat the oven to 180 ºC.
2- Leave the broken dough at room temperature.
3- Line an oven pan greased with butter with the
dough covering all over .
4- Bake for a few minutes to slightly cooked before filling it up.
5- Cut broccoli in small trees and cook it with little wather with salt .Drain when still al dente.
6- Add the broccoli and cut it a little.
7- Season to taste and add the ham cubes and half of the
8- Place broccoli well distributed over the semi-cooked dough
9- Beat the eggs as for an omelette and mix with the cream.
Season with salt and pepper and add the nutmeg.
10- pour this mixture into the broccoli.
11- Bake between 20-30 minutes at 180 ºC
12- When curdled, place the slices of goat cheese and
return to the oven
13- Let stand a few minutes before serving while still hot.
It can also be served cold.
A traditional Nordic-Baltic Carneval treat: while some eat pancakes on Shrove Tuesday, there's a sweet bun frenzy going on all through the season in Estonia (also Sweden, Finland, Latvia) Made with wheat flour and leavened with yeast, filled with whipped cream and other goodness. Veganised of course but otherwise a traditional family method:)