I’ve mentioned before that I love to explore all kinds of regional and ethnic foods and recipes, like my recipes for Mexican Breakfast Rolls , German Christmas Stollen, or Italian Semolina Bread in previous posts. And it’s always fun to discover a new-to-me food item, especially if it involves some kind of bread dough. If it includes cheese, I’m definitely going to take a second look! I find it endlessly fascinating to see how many different bread and cheese varieties there are in the world and all the ways to combine and prepare them. My most recent “discovery” is peinirli – Greek pizza boats Continue reading “Make This Peinirli – Greek Pizza Boats Recipe”
Well hello there, remember me? I took a wee bit of a break from blogging, but I have a recipe for you today that I just have to share, and it is really delicious! I call it Easy Cheesy Sourdough Crackers, and it truly is ridiculously easy…if you have a sourdough starter! During this world-wide pandemic and the lockdowns that we’ve all been under, a lot of people have gotten into sourdough baking because of a shortage of yeast.
I’m fascinated by the foods of other cultures and I can happily spend days researching authentic ethnic menus and recipes to create a special meal for family and guests. A few years ago I did just that when Joe and I invited good friends over for a Brazilian dinner and today’s recipe came about as a result of the research for that dinner. Continue reading “Blender Brazilian Cheese Puffs”
One of the gifts that I received for Christmas was a biscotti pan from our oldest daughter. I was delighted because this is a high quality pan, and because I’ve been wanting to make biscotti for a while Continue reading “Savory Biscotti With Parmesan and Rosemary”