These last two weeks of April, we are doing a short feature of Danish cuisine to celebrate Store Bededag. After Vera’s traditional varme hveder, I am sharing the no less traditional aebleskiver!
For my last recipe of this Christmas special, I opted for an Argentinian classic with Italian origins: vitel toné.
Holidays are always special in our family. That’s because they are the source of many wonderful memories.
I am back on 196 flavors with a traditional recipe for Christmas! Today, I am taking you to Czech Republic with a braided brioche with raisins called vanocka (pronounced van-otch-ka).
Christmas magic has invaded 196 flavors for nearly three weeks. Whatever the country or taste, if there is one thing that everyone agrees on about Christmas, it is its … Christmas recipes!
My dad is a classic extrovert – the type who does not mind any situations with a massive congregation of people.
For my second Christmas recipe of the season, I am taking you to Norway, a land that definitely rhymes with Christmas throughout the winter season. The recipe I chose to make is probably one of the easiest on 196 flavors ever, a deliciously creamy dessert called multekrem. Yes, I took the easy route for once
It is said that this delicious sweet dough comes from Germany or Italy, where it is called stollen and panettone, respectively, or also Christ’s bread
Imbuljuta tal-Qastan is a traditional Maltese drink served after Midnight Mass on Christmas as well as on New Year’s Eve.