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Exotische Ostertorte

http://www.segway.fi/?kastoto=bin%C3%A4re-optionen-langfristig-handeln&22f=80 Meine Lieben, es fühlt sich an wie eine Ewigkeit! Ich musste doch glatt erstmal überlegen wie ich mich hier auch wieder einlogge 😉 Ich hatte mir zwar fest vorgenommen, nicht mehr so lange abwesend zu sein von meinem geliebten Blog, aber manchmal geht das echte Leben eben einfach seinen verrückten Gang und zieht einen einfachRead more

5 a Month: Nectarine Marzipan Pastry Roses

Un http://nlst-usa.com/?trere=binäre-optionen-geld-machen online professionale, dal corso base per principianti al corso avanzato per completare la tua formazione come Trader. Clicca Qui! Welcome to the first 5 a Month baking results! You might wonder what 5 a Month is all about? Read here all about the idea that units 5 blogging friends to create something sweet and delicious with 5 random ingredients each month. We started this month with the following ingredients: Marzipan, Vanilla, Almonds, Nectarine and Raisins.Read more

Nürnberger Lebkuchen

http://fgsk.de/?kraevid=bin%C3%A4re-optionen-option-builder&e95=76 Today I am showing you the last of my Plätzchen (Christmas Cookie) Recipes: Nürnberger Lebkuchen. I find it really hard to translate that into English as I know that the only possible translation is Gingerbread.  There are certain types of Lebuchen that might have similarities, but honestly, these kind of Lebkuchen are not really comparable toRead more

Spritzgebäck (Spritz Cookies)

premiere rencontre comment savoir si je lui plait Spritzgebäck is a classical German Christmas Cookie baked by probably everyone during Christmas. To be honest, when I was a child I actually never really liked Spritzgebäck. Compared to all the other Christmas Goodies out there, I just found Spritzgebäck too plain and simple somehow… However, since I am the proud owner of a Kitchen Aid withRead more

Austrian Christmas Bakery: Vanillekipferl

http://agauchepourdevrai.fr/?fuier=rencontrer-homme-barbu&790=94 Growing up in Germany with an Austrian Mother and a Dutch Father sometimes meant that we mixed traditions and holidays to our liking. Therefore we often celebrated Sinterklaas on the 5th of December instead of the 6th as common in Austria and Germany. One thing however always stayed the same: When it came to baking my MumRead more