Monthly Archives: November 2020

Heath Sand – A German Christmas Cookie

In German these cookies are called Heidesand. They are traditional Christmas cookies but you can find them all year round today. This recipe is easy and perfect. Heidesand is a short cake, a tea cookie made of short pastry. In … Continue reading

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River of Times (A Mystery Story)

The weather was beautiful. The sun was shining, the air felt velvety soft, butterflies danced through the air and Adelais could hardly believe that it was already October. A perfect day to go swimming. Should she? Why not. There was … Continue reading

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Another of My Favorite Antipasto – Alici Marinate

A typical dish from Campania, a southern region of Italy, the ‘alici marinate’ once were a meal of the poor people. Easy to make it is also a way to preserve ‘raw’ fish. Antipasti in Italy, meze in Greece and … Continue reading

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One of my favorite Antipasti – Eggplants in Olive Oil

Preserved food is one of the best ways to eat vegetables or fruits from the summer season also during the winter season when only little fresh food is growing outside. Preserved under olive oil in Italy it becomes a great … Continue reading

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