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A Treat for a Friend – a Winterly Apple Jalousie

A special visit was to come and I wanted something nice to treat this friend of mine. Apple pie is my first idea as a typical winter cake. Apple pie has a long tradition in some countries. And some are … Continue reading

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How I use too Liquid Jam

It happens to everyone I think once in a while: the jam doesn’t solid as expected and remains more liquid than usually. Sometime I cook it again with more pectin and lemon juice and it comes out perfect. But other … Continue reading

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My Little Winter Petit Four

Just a few days ago I saw in the supermarkets all those Christmas cakes and sweets. Normally I don’t even look at them but this time I saw some special ones I liked a lot before going paleo: Dominosteine. There … Continue reading

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Seabuck-Thorn – Superfood, Health and Beauty Secret

Now in fall I see in many places growing yellow berries on thorny shrubs. Those are seabuck-thorns – or also said sandthorns. They are of bright yellow-orange color and a really wonderful eye-catcher. It’s a long time I want to write … Continue reading

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Autumn Sweetness – Italian Crostata with Pears

Fall or autumn – however you call it – it’s a wonderful season. I love it because it’s the season when it’s still warm outside but in the evening I have to wrap a blanket around my shoulders while sitting … Continue reading

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