Caramel Cookies


These traditional Norwegian Christmas cookies taste amazing. In Norway they are called “karamellkaker”.
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Monday, 19 December 2011   2 Comments

Sandkaker (Sand cakes)


These traditional Norwegian Christmas cookies will melt on your tongue! They are easy to make and contain few ingredients.
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Sunday, 18 December 2011   No Comments

Jeri’s Gluten-Free Firebird Cornbread


This recipe is from our friend Jeri Denniston’s blog: www.myway2health.com in Arizona, and here it is in her own words;

“Every family has a favorite recipe for turkey or sides, and ours is no different. One of our favorites is firebird stuffing, which is cornbread based with chiles and cranberries.

The big difference now though, is that I have to prepare it gluten-free. After some searching and trial and error, I have developed the stuffing into a gluten-free Firebird Cornbread instead of stuffing.

So if you’re looking for a really good gluten-free cornbread recipe, try this!” [READ MORE… →]

Tuesday, 6 December 2011   No Comments

Gin meets lemon


“Gin meets lemon” is a step further compared to the traditional Gin and Tonic.
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Monday, 5 December 2011   No Comments

Shortbread


Shortbread is a classic Scottish dessert that consists of only three basic ingredients and is easy to make. The ingredients are flour, sugar and butter.
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Thursday, 1 December 2011   No Comments

Mini Pavlova


These small, sweet (!) ‘cakes’ of meringue and cream are perfect to serve if you get an unexpected visit. Allow the meringues to dry out and it can last for a while. When you get a visit, garnish the meringues with whipped cream and what you have of fruits and berries just before serving.
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Thursday, 24 November 2011   No Comments

Vanilla Cake


This is a cake that is quick and easy to make. It can be frozen and is perfect for serving if you get a surprise visit.
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Thursday, 17 November 2011   No Comments

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