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Chocolate Brownies

Anna invited S and I for a coffee today and asked me to bring something. Initially I was planning to go there empty handed as Anna always has plenty of super good food prepared, but a couple of hours before the coffee time I started feel bad and began looking for a quick and simple […]

Pasha is a traditional Finnish Easter dish, especially in the eastern parts of the country. It was brought here by the Russian Orthodox church hundreds of years ago, and is eaten to celebrate the end of the lent. You may know pasha with a little different name – pascha, pashka, or something similar. Pasha is […]

I bought a can of Libby’s pumpkin pur? more or less a year ago, but never quite remembered to use it. Finnish Father’s Day was a little while ago, and I wanted to bring something easy yet tasty for the Sunday meal’s dessert. I remembered the pumpkin can, and read the back label which had […]

Pasha is a traditional Finnish Easter dish, especially in the eastern parts of the country. It was brought here by the Russian Orthodox church hundreds of years ago, and is eaten to celebrate the end of the lent. You may know pasha with a little different name – pascha, pashka, or something similar. Pasha or […]

Syntinen mustan mets?n kakku

T?ss? viimeinen jouluksi leipomistani kakuista, syntisen suussa sulava ja toivottoman ep?terveellinen suklainen kirsikkakakku, eli Schwarzw?lder Kirschtorte. Maistoin ensimm?isen kerran t?t? suklaista herkkua viitisen vuotta sitten, kun mustan mets?n syd?mess? Freudenstadtissa vuosikymmeni? asunut t?tini Aila tarjosi sit? heill? vieraillessani. Mik??n muu tuntemani suklaakakku ei ved? t?lle vertoja, ja wienil?isten ylpeys sacherkin joutuu n?yrtym??n sen edess?. Schwarzw?lder […]




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