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St. Martin’s day is celebrated in the evening of November 11 in Flanders, parts of the Netherlands and the Catholic areas of Germany and Austria. Children go by the doors with paper lanterns and candles, and sing songs about St. Martin and about their lantern in return for a treat, very similar to the American […]

Brioche Helsinki – New York All Night Long

Living in New York, I”?m constantly homesick for good bread. In my neighborhood bodegas, the bread is suffocated in plastic; the sweet stuff comes from Entenmann”?s and would survive a nuclear winter. A Dominican bakery that is just a few blocks from us makes fresh pastries every day – unfortunately the bakers there are rather […]

Ranskalainen sipulikeitto

S?in joskus 80-luvun alussa spriikeittimell? kuumennettua Knorrin pussisipulikeittoa norjalaisella leirint?alueella. T?m? kokemus pilasi niin sipuli- kuin parsakeiton maineen 25 vuodeksi. Silloin t?ll?in kun ravintolan ruokalistalla sipulikeitto on osunut kohdalle, olen nopeasti hyp?nnyt sen yli. Sin?ns? kummallista, sipuli kun muuten on suurta herkkuani. Nyt tilanne on kuitenkin onnelliseti korjaantunut; eilen valmiiksi karamellisoimieni sipulien pohjalta valmistui t?n??n […]

Jos ravintolan ruokalistalla on ankanrintaa, sit? todenn?k?isesti l?ytyy pian my?s minun lautaseltani. Moni kaihtaa ankkaa raaka-aineena aivan turhaan kuvitellessaan sen valmistamisen olevan jotenkin erityisen vaikeaa. Oman kokemukseni mukaan ankanrinta paistuu siin? kuin mik? muukin pala hyv?? lihaa. T?rke?? on malttaa antaa tarpeeksi aikaa marinoitumiselle, mieluusti t?ysi vuorokausi tai ainakin y?n yli. Ankka kuten lehm?k??n ei […]




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