from das grosse buch vom backen; for zaar tour 6. i was translating german so i hope this is right, lol. coasty helped with that dratted metric.
very fresh flavor with slightly sweet taste and a crunch thanks to the almonds and celery. i love to make a huge batch of this and keep it in the fridge for sandwiches for the week. tastes great on croissants and is always a hit at parties when i serve
not quite steak and eggs as a full aussie brekkie (breakfast) often is, but another great australian export - lamb! this is a full breakfast that can be eaten all day or will set you up for the day, if eaten in the morning! my dad's aussie colleagues intr
this dessert is like homemade apple pie with 90% less effort. served al amode with a side of vanilla ice cream, this dessert is both rich and easy. i found this recipe and am posting it for the world to see courtesy of: http://frumteacher.blogspot.
based on a recipe from the april 2004 issue of saveur magazine, featuring an article on madhur jaffrey’s cookbook, indian passages. the intro to the recipe in the magazine says, “in testing this sri lankan recipe from author jaffrey’s book, we found that
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