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    Semla Bun ... as baking those ... the aroma of kitchen evokes the memories from childhood .














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    Quote Originally Posted by SpearBrave View Post
    Obsttorte, My wife made two of these last weekend for a BBQ we had.
    Forgive me, but these are not n blackberries? Despite my young age, I do not see so well anymore.

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    Griotten, a type of soft sweet Dutch liquorice



    Boterkoek (Dutch butter cake)



    Tompoes, a pastry from the Netherlands and Belgium (seems to be similar to the German Cremeschnitte)



    Manchester tart, a traditional English baked tart consisting of a shortcrust pastry shell, spread with raspberry jam, covered with a custard filling and topped with flakes of coconut and a Maraschino cherry



    Rhubarb pie, quite popular in the UK, where rhubarb has been cultivated since the 1600s. Also a traditional dessert in the United States.



    Lamington, an Australian cake, made from squares of butter cake or sponge cake coated in an outer layer of chocolate sauce and rolled in desiccated coconut. Lamingtons remain a popular treat across Australia and New Zealand. A similar but smaller-sized confection is known in South Africa as ystervarkies (porcupines), while in the U.S. city of Cleveland, they are called coconut bars.


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    Haven't had a piece of cake for years, but my favorite one would have to be something called 'Sarah Bernhardt cake', named after a French actress, and seemingly invented by the Danes (although in cupcake format), while it's made as a flat pan cake in Norway.

    It's made up of three layers, with a sugary mixture of grounded nuts and egg-whites on the bottom, followed by a layer of creamy butter and egg-yokes in the middle, topped off with a thin, crispy layer of dark chocolate. Stored in the fridge for a couple of hours after cooking, and served chilled. God damn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Žoreišar View Post
    Haven't had a piece of cake for years, but my favorite one would have to be something called 'Sarah Bernhardt cake', named after a French actress, and seemingly invented by the Danes (although in cupcake format), while it's made as a flat pan cake in Norway.

    It's made up of three layers, with a sugary mixture of grounded nuts and egg-whites on the bottom, followed by a layer of creamy butter and egg-yokes in the middle, topped off with a thin, crispy layer of dark chocolate. Stored in the fridge for a couple of hours after cooking, and served chilled. God damn.

    This one looks so yummy!!!

    Talking about Norway... I love the honey made in Norway, for example this one:



    The best honey I ever tasted in Norway was from local bee farmers... My favourite types so far are raspberry honey (yummy yummy!), that one above (lynghonning - not sure how it translates into English), and forest honey... Especially the last one, the forest honey, is richer in minerals and it has less pollen...



    Germans also have very good honey, the one made of spring flowers is one of my favourites!
    Die Farben duften frisch und grün... Lieblich haucht der Wind um mich.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vķšįlfr View Post
    This one looks so yummy!!!

    Talking about Norway... I love the honey made in Norway, for example this one:



    The best honey I ever tasted in Norway was from local bee farmers... My favourite types so far are raspberry honey (yummy yummy!), that one above (lynghonning - not sure how it translates into English), and forest honey... Especially the last one, the forest honey, is richer in minerals and it has less pollen...



    Germans also have very good honey, the one made of spring flowers is one of my favourites!
    Yup. Honey is good ... and can vary a lot


    ... bases flowers bees uses:


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