These basic cookies are a perfect dessert that can be prepared ahead of time and kept on hand for surprise guests. They can be frozen, thawed and baked and still retain the delicate buttery mouthfeel.
You will love every bite.
Paula Deen’s whole wheat and honey bread is a wonderful soft sandwich bread with a slight honey note.
With its crunchy cinnamon topping, this classic German Apfelkuchen is an autumn’s delight.
Spread it on bread or crêpes, or…spoon it straight from the jar 🙂
Like every Moroccan dish, this salad offers an explosion of flavors and colors. It can be served as a side dish, however it is hearty enough to be eaten as a meal by itself.
A tipsy jam with cherries and wine. Enjoy!
Wiśniówka is a Polish nalewka – an aged cordial. The most common types are made with fruit and either vodka or rectified spirits. This recipe for cherry nalewka or wiśniówka is traditionally made with Morello cherries, a sour type of cherry. If Morello cherries aren’t available in your area, you can use other sour or sweet…
This garlicy sauce adds piquancy to balance the potatoes’ caramel-y sweetness.
Any variety of orange- or red-skinned, orange-fleshed sweet potato can be used in this recipe. When shopping, look for sweet potatoes that are uniform in size. Personally, I prefer smaller potatoes. Top potatoes with butter or with one of my two suggested sauces; Garam Masala Yogurt or Garlic and Chive Sour Cream (recipes follow).