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Potato & paprika soup Potato & paprika soup By a Palate and a Passport 02/21/13 14:59 During our winter this year, I have not made soup as often as the previous ones, but thought I had better snap into gear and do so before the end of our cool season. There is something quite satisfying about coming inside from the cold outdoors, to heat...
Almond biscuits & macaroons Almond biscuits & macaroons By a Palate and a Passport 12/20/12 18:00 Today, I am showing off this pretty, little jam filled biscuit, accompanied by the crusty macaroon. I can’t take credit for the recipe creation this time around ladies & gents, as friend Paul Schwendemann was kind enough to share his recipes with us all...
Almond biscuits & macaroons Almond biscuits & macaroons By a Palate and a Passport 12/20/12 18:00 Today, I am showing off this pretty, little, jam filled biscuit, accompanied by the crusty macaroon. I can’t take credit for the recipe creation this time around ladies & gents, as friend Paul Schwendemann was kind enough to share his recipes with us all...
Honey pudding Honey pudding By a Palate and a Passport 12/20/12 11:17 As I was experimenting with a few ingredients from the pantry today, I decided to add a liitle sunflower oil and semolina. The Semolina gives it a lighter consistancy. As a result, they make for a no fuss desserts with a mild honey flavour ...you could...
Honey pudding Honey pudding By a Palate and a Passport 12/18/12 20:14 Keeping dessert simple during the holidays with these honey filled puddings. As I was experimenting with a few ingredients from the pantry today, I decided to add a liitle sunflower oil and semolina. The Semolina gives it a lighter consistancy. As a result,...
Honey pudding Honey pudding By a Palate and a Passport 12/18/12 20:14 Keeping dessert simple during the holidays with these honey filled puddings. As I was experimenting with a few ingredients from the pantry today, I decided to add a liitle sunflower oil and semolina. The Semolina gives it a lighter consistancy. As a result,...
Honey pudding Honey pudding By a Palate and a Passport 12/18/12 20:14 Keeping dessert simple during the holidays with these honey filled puddings. As I was experimenting with a few ingredients from the pantry today, I decided to add a liitle sunflower oil and semolina. The Semolina gives it a lighter consistancy. As a result,...
Berry nectar and honey muffins Berry nectar and honey muffins By a Palate and a Passport 04/08/12 17:50 When Zuzana asked me whether I had heard of ©Forever Aloe Vera products; I automatically thought of the Aloe Vera plants that I would sometimes be lucky enough to find on the side of the road in Australia. I would slice open a part of the plants leaf and...
Aloe berry nectar and honey muffins Aloe berry nectar and honey muffins By a Palate and a Passport 04/08/12 17:50 When Zuzana asked me whether I had heard of ©Forever Aloe Vera products, I automatically thought of the Aloe Vera plants that I would sometimes be lucky enough to find on the side of the road in Australia. I would slice open a part of the plants leaf and...
Roasted tomato and basil soup Roasted tomato and basil soup By a Palate and a Passport 01/25/12 20:09 25 January, 2012 During my early autumn visit to Melbourne last year, I stopped for a soup at "In a rush" that is located in the grungy looking but hip centre place. I chose the tomato and basil soup that I found quite filling to eat and with what seemed...
Roasted tomato and basil soup Roasted tomato and basil soup By a Palate and a Passport 01/25/12 20:09 25 January, 2012 During my early autumn visit to Melbourne last year, I stopped for a soup at "In a rush" that is located in the grungy looking but hip centre place. I chose the tomato and basil soup that I found quite filling to eat and with what seemed...
Applesauce biscuits Applesauce biscuits By a Palate and a Passport 01/02/12 18:27 2 January, 2012 Do you sometimes find a jar of opened applesauce in your fridge, then don't know what to do with the left overs? Here's a sweet little treat to make with the remainder. Not only is the sauce commonly consumed with roast pork; in Germany,...
Applesauce biscuits Applesauce biscuits By a Palate and a Passport 01/02/12 18:27 2 January, 2012 Do you sometimes find a jar of opened applesauce in your fridge, then don't know what to do with the left overs? Here's a sweet little treat to make with the remainder. Not only is the sauce commonly consumed with roast pork; in Germany,...
Rösti with salsa Rösti with salsa By a Palate and a Passport 12/31/11 13:12 31 December, 2011 The Swiss Rösti served as a small canapé at a New Year's party, would also be an good alternative to this entrée portion that I have made for two. Using floury potatoes is the key in keeping the Rösti looking fluffy and golden and with...
Rösti with salsa Rösti with salsa By a Palate and a Passport 12/31/11 13:12 31 December, 2011 The Swiss Rösti served as a small canapé at a New Year's party, would also be an good alternative to this entreé portion that I have made for two. Using floury potatoes is the key in keeping the Rösti looking fluffy and golden and with...
Cheese & apple rounds (taler) Cheese & apple rounds (taler) By a Palate and a Passport 12/28/11 01:00 These small German pumpernickels are ideal for a party hand-around, as they will keep your guests truely satisfied through the richness of the bread...well maybe for a little while until the next round of nibbles comes along! Serves 24 guests 60 g old Gouda...
Meringue kisses Meringue kisses By a Palate and a Passport 12/24/11 16:46 26 December, 2011 Wishing you a happy holiday period..bake,eat and be merry! Today is a short post giving you the recipe for these little melt in mouth treats,combined with a little kitchy styling. What did you bake and eat these past couple of days?
Meringue kisses Meringue kisses By a Palate and a Passport 12/24/11 16:46 26 December, 2011 Wishing you a happy holiday period..bake,eat and be merry! Today is a short post giving you the recipe for these little melt in mouth treats,combined with a little kitchy styling. What did you bake and eat these past couple of days?
Yule log Yule log By a Palate and a Passport 12/21/11 18:57 22 December, 2011 Bûche de Noël is a Christmas sponge cake that has the appearance of the hard Yule log. As part of a French tradition, this long log is burnt during the festive season. During an advent weekend in Paris, we were able to view the artistry...
Yule log Yule log By a Palate and a Passport 12/21/11 18:57 22 December, 2011 Bûche de Noël is a Christmas sponge cake that has the appearance of the hard Yule log. As part of a French tradition, this long log is burnt during the festive season. During an advent weekend in Paris, we were able to view the artistry...
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