My mind was set on baking an Irish bread for the alphabet I. When I started researching for breads that start with the alphabet I, lot of Irish soda bread came up. That was the first bread of choice
I am doing European cuisine this week and I chose to do Turkish Cuisine in specific. I love Turkish cuisine for the main reason being that there are many vegetarian recipes to choose from. One of the countries that I
17th April, 2015 This was one of the bakes from book marks that I was looking forward to make for a long time. This pie was so interesting when Aparna had chosen this for one of our group bakes last
This is the first bake for the year from the Baking Partners Group. Kofieebroodje was something very new to me and I have only eaten similar buns from bakeries and was glad that the process is much easier than the
24th Nov, 2013 Recently I have been bringing home a lot of cook books from our local library. This recipe is from one such book that I brought home this week. The book is called the Turkish Cookbook – Regional
29th July, 2013 A Kugelhopf (also spelled kugelhupf, gugelhupf or kugelhoph) is a yeasted sweet cake well known in the Alsace region of France, as well as in Germany, Switzerland, Austria and variations of this are also found in some
This month’s baking partners challenge was to make French macarons. The recipe was suggested by Swathi @ Zesty South Indian Kitchen & Vidhya @ A Portion to Share. This recipe was a perfect learning opportunity for recreational bakers like me.