With good ingredients you make yourself the most delicious marzipan. With the Holiday season on the way it’s the perfect time for it! The best tip I can give you is to grind the almonds with the icing sugar, because if you just grind the almonds the oil from the nuts will leave you with… [Read More...]
This pie has already been called ‘dirty good’! Klik hier voor de Nederlandse versie I got this excellent recipe from my dear neighbor. It’s a favorite family recipe from New Zealand and has been for many years. We made this pie on several occasions and each time it was a big hit. Over the years […] [Read More...]
This is a our own version of a recipe Ed’s grandmother got when she got her first gas oven in the 1950’s. The recipe was published in a booklet from the gas company. The cookies are very crisp with an intense buttery caramel taste. Perfect as a little treat with a cup of hot cocoa or earl grey tea.
You can conjure up all kinds of variations with this basic recipe… [Read More...]
With this recipe combines the best of two worlds: The buttery, sandy dough of the Dutch ‘appeltaart’ with the filling of a pie from Normandy. So, no cinnamon this time, but you do get the long lingering scent and taste of Calvados… [Read More...]