If you like sweet yeast pastry, this one definitely is for you! Rather simple to make and a real treat. (I didn’t even manage to snap a picture before my family had eaten half of it.)
The problem with all baked goods based on yeast dough: The yeast needs to rise and that may take some time. So if you don’t want to get up very early for a late breakfast that’s a bit of a problem. Unless… Continue reading “Sunday Breakfast: Yeast Krantz”
We have a nice collection of pretty cool cookbooks, but the resource I actually use most often is the recipe collection of the NY Times.
Actually it’s so much more than a collection of recipes: If you have an account you are able to build up your own recipe box, rate recipes, sync them with your Evernote account and learn the basics around cooking. You are even able to add recipes from around the web to your NY Times Cooking recipe box.
You’ll soon have your favorite cooks but it’s easy to browse all kinds of collections, search for ingredients or find some inspiration.
Check it out!
My Darling Lemon Thyme
I love reading food blogs, especially when they feature great pictures as well as interesting recipes. And all of this glutenfree! (You might even be able to cook these wonderful recipes with “regular” flower or noodles. 😉 )