By Angelika Hanna I took Anna Olson’s classic pumpkin muffin recipe for my fall muffins and all I can say is that it was the right decision. There are countless recipes out on the web and sometimes this can be overwhelming in deciding for which one to go. Recipe: Prep Time: 15 min Bake Time: 30… Continue reading Anna Olson’s Classic Pumpkin Muffins
By Angelika Hanna Happy Thanksgiving! This year, I have used Anna Olson’s pumpkin pie filling recipe for my pumpkin pie. Also new this year, I bought a chocolate pie crust shell to fill. It turned out as a good choice; the pumpkin goes really well with the chocolate dough crust. Recipe Prep Time: 10 min… Continue reading Anna Olson’s Pumpkin Pie Filling
By Angelika Hanna I came across many apple crisp recipes on my google tour, and eventually decided to go for Martha Stewart’s. It sounded like an old-fashioned recipe with all its ingredients for a hearty apple crisp that seemed perfect for a first October weekend. As for the apple choice, I made my apple crisp… Continue reading Martha Stewart’s Apple Crisp
By Angelika Hanna We are in early September. The grocery stores are filled with harvest goodies in the produce ail. There are bushels of all kinds of vegetables and baskets with late summer/early fall fruits. Among the fruits we harvest in the late summer/early fall in Ontario (and back in Germany too!) are the purple… Continue reading German-Style Plum Cake
Today’s post is not about a recipe. We are in August and this post is all about fresh fruit. If you agree with me, there are no additional ingredients needed to enjoy a fully ripened fruit in the summer time. The fruits are naturally sweet and juicy. They are not only incredible delicious, but also… Continue reading Berries
Snowballs for July 1st! This is only a big YES when they are found as ice-creamy confectionery on a dessert plate.
Ina Garten’s shortbread cookie hearts transformed into successful fundraiser cookies. Thank you Ina Garten for this awesome and simple recipe!