Easy to do savory crepes with a spinach and cheese stuffing, and a review of Julia Child's My Life in France.
You grow up on chocolate on bread and you grow up on crepes, if you grow up near my part of Europe.
We call them palačinke (pah-lah-cheen-keh) and the batter is more or less the same as the French crepe batter. (Although, if you follow the blog, you may've read about Read more
A fancy, special-occasion Chocolate Hazelnut Cake that will quickly become your favorite dessert. Not only are the hazelnut health benefits sky-high, but the taste is reminiscent of both Nutella and meringue. This moist chocolate cake is a perfect marriage of substance and tenderness.
People are more terrified of baking than any other food related activity. It has a terrible reputation. As if a few lucky bastards were born with ... Read more
Perfect three ingredient jam crescent cookies (butter, eggs and flour) filled with the preserve of your choice, then baked. The result is a buttery soft crumble-in-your-mouth perfection. Happy New Year!(BOSANSKI) Dry cookies? Not so! What we are doing here falls under the category of "dry cookies." I find "dry" to be a misnomer, but because there are so many ... Read more
UPDATED: Extra-crunchy puffed rice and cornflake bites congealed with chocolate. I promise, you'll never look at cereal the same way.(BOSANSKI) I'm usually not a fan of combining many flavors. This may surprise you, but I also don't jump at the opportunity to try new food. ... Read more
Dagara is a straightforward lamb and veal stew. First seared on stovetop then baked in a clay pot infused with juices from several vegetables. Each layer of ingredients adds a new dimension to this traditional Balkan delicacy. (BOSANSKI) Dagara is not a dish for the weak-hearted. It's a meat and veggie stew I didn't want to try at first. If you read the blog you'll know how unusual this is. I'm a lover of Read more
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