I think this recipe would work very good even with plums or apricots. I tried it with apples and pears and it was delicious. if you serve it warm you can try to add a scoop of vanilla ice-cream on top.
Great appetizer! you definitely need to try this for your next party and you can make it the day before and just warm up before serving.
I just made this Chocolate Vanilla and Walnut cake last weekend and my family loved it. The recipe looks long but it’s pretty easy to make.
Sorry for not posting too much lately, I promise to get back to it. We just got back from a trip to Romania so here are few pictures from my hometown – Brasov, the most beautiful city in the world.
One of our Estonian readers sent me some recipes she has from her grandmother. I’m really excited about sharing and also trying these recipes, they sound delicious.
There is also an Estonian Cooking group on facebook, so you can also go there for more Estonian recipes.
Thank you for sharing your Eastern European recipes with us!
I hope everybody had a great Holiday Season and looking forward to more cooking in 2012.
Happy New Year!
I usually prefer to go shopping to a produce market instead of the grocery store. I like the small store feeling as it resembles the eastern european stores and the produce market is more likely to work with local farmers and have really fresh products. Here are some pictures from a produce market in Greenwood, Mississippi. Continue reading “Produce Market”
Since this is the pumpkin season I thought I would post a really easy dessert idea – Baked Pumpkin topped with butter, walnuts and sugar. My grandparents used to make this every fall. Continue reading “Baked Pumpkins”
Cleveland’s West Side Market reminds me of the produce markets in Eastern Europe. If you happen to be in Cleveland you should definitely stop by and taste some of the products. Continue reading “Cleveland’s West Side Market”
You should definitely try this delicious dessert recipe!