Z for Zopf / Züpfe | Swiss Braided bread

  Zopf or Züpfe literally means ‘braided bread’. This is a Swiss special bread that is usually eaten on a Sunday morning (can be eaten other days as well). This is a simple enriched bread made with flour, milk, yeast, butter

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V for Vanillekipferl | Austrian Vanilla Crescent Cookies

  Vanillakipferl originated from Vienna in Austria and is a very famous cookie during Christmas. These cookies are very popular throughout Europe and can be found in every coffee shop. Vanillakipferl cookies are shaped in the shape of crescent moon

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O for Obi Non | Uzbek Flatbread | Vegan Flatbread

  Obi Non, a flatbread from Uzbekistan was the first and only choice I had decided for the alphabet ‘O’. Obi Non is made with just a few ingredients and has no fat in it. The bread is traditionally baked

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N for Nazook / Nazouk | Armenian Pastry

  Nazook / Nazouk is a very flaky, tender Armenian Pastry that is served with coffee. When looking for recipes to make with alphabet N, this was the first recipe my husband looked. I fell in love with the name

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L for Lagana Bread | Greek Lenten Flatbread | Vegan Flatbread

  I really should be thankful for my wonderful, food loving husband for helping me find these delicious and different breads for my blog. When looking to bake for the alphabet L, I wanted something savory. We have had enough

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J for Jan Hagel Cookies | Dutch Shortbread Cookies

  I was very excited to find this cookie recipe to make for the alphabet J. The name of the cookie was very attractive to look into, and I was drawn by the easy procedure and ingredients that the recipe

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