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This year I will not be able to celebrate Thanksgiving with my friends as I would do normally, due to the lockdown. But at least I can think about them and share the menu we eat every year. Well except the pecan pie. This will be this years‘ taste of Thanksgiving until we can meet again.
No matter where, when and how you celebrate, I wish you a wonderful time!
This recipe has been a family staple since my mom received it as a newlywed from her landlady and friend. It’s also versatile: my sister likes it best without the cherries, while my husband prefers it with mixed fresh fruit. The panel is inspired by my grandma, who never decorated for the holidays the same way twice, but whose favorite color was plaid!
When I was growing up, Mom always decorated for Christmas with deep royal blue ornaments, silver garland, brass horn ornaments and flocked greenery. So beautiful, Mom! I thought this dessert would be a fitting tribute to her glamorous decor. The recipe for the meringue base for the pavlova is from Sallysbakingaddiction.com.
With all the yummy desserts and baking in the cold season, I thought it might be nice to share my recipe for vanilla sauce. Vanilla sauce goes so beautifully with lots of desserts, and adds just the little extra ooomph, right? The combination of starch and yolks makes it foolproof and uncomplicated.
And as there always is a scraped out vanilla bean left behind, I decided to add the way I make all my vanilla sugar as well. Have fun baking and creating!
This easy, healthy and delicious recipe is one of my favorite in autumn.
Instructions: wash, peel and cut all your favourite root vegetables - carrots, parsnips, beetroot, parsley root, celeriac. Put them in a bowl, sprinkle with some olive oil, add herbs, garlic and mix everything well. Bake in the oven for 30-40 minutes. Enjoy!
Watermelon radishes are the star of this creamy jewel toned salad. Colorful radishes, the jewel of the root vegetables, are accompanied by individual "gems" from pomegranates and ojia pixi wedges. Combined with the silky smooth texture of butter lettuce and mildly sweet dressing, this colorful salad pairs well with fish or poultry.