Hier geht's zur deutschen Version dieses Posts Preparing a favorite summer dessert, St. Colomba Cream, for the first time in Maine, I didn't quite know what to use instead of the Sahnequark (cream quark) the recipe requires.Well, it has cream in it, I mused, and so has mascarpone. And that's what I took.But instead of … Continue reading MY PANTRY: CREAM OR SAHNE – DAIRY CONVERSION
Light, fruity and lemony - just the right dessert for hot summer days!My family has two favorite summer desserts, both very light, tangy and refreshing.One is the famous Rote Grütze, made of at least three different kinds of red berries, a summer treat so popular that it slowly made its way from Denmark and Northern … Continue reading ERRÖTENDE JUNGFRAU – BLUSHING MAIDEN WITH CHERRIES
Hier geht's zur deutschen Version dieses Posts There are two things members of our patchwork family have in common - we love good food and we hate olives!Even the pickiest of our kids, Valerie, producer of the famous "square mouth" whenever I made her try at least one bite before she said she didn't … Continue reading OLIVE BREAD – DON’T THE ANDERSONS HATE OLIVES?
Hier geht's zur deutschen Version dieses Posts Our ABC July project was exactly what I needed to welcome summer after a rain drenched June: Blueberry Hand Pies, a recipe from King Arthur Flour. These cute portion-sized pies combine two major food groups: buttery pastry and fruit!Since our wonderful native Maine blueberries were not ripe yet, … Continue reading BLUEBERRY HAND PIES – OTHER FRUITS WELCOME!