I guess I felt a little adventurous after making the cauliflower pizza crust and I wanted to do something different 🙂 So I tried to think of what kind of crust I can make that is not as popular as the cauliflower one, and that is kinda original. This is what I came up with … Continue reading Broccoli – potato pizza crust
There has been a lot of talk about cauliflower pizza crust and people have asked me if I’d tried it yet. Now I can say that I have. I have to confess that I’m not a big pizza fan. Once in a while I can eat it but not too often. I just don’t like … Continue reading Cauliflower Pizza Crust
The Republic of Estonia was founded on 24 February 1918, when the Salvation Committee declared the independence of the Republic of Estonia. This date was celebrated as Independence Day until the Soviet occupation of Estonia in 1940. On 24 February 1989, the red flag of Soviet Estonia was replaced by the blue-black-white Estonian national flag … Continue reading A cake to celebrate Estonian Independence Day
First, HAPPY SHROVE TUESDAY! My day started with sledding. Sledding is popular custom in Estonia for Shrove Tuesday because the length of the slide down an icy hill is said to predict the level of success the sledder will have in the following year. Based on that, I will have a great year 🙂 Estonians … Continue reading Liver Pâté
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We went to IKEA a couple weeks back. I love IKEA. I love their restaurant and I love what they sell. Going to Ikea is like a whole day festival 🙂 There was a time in my life when I ate their breakfast and lunch almost once a week. I mean, the price is right … Continue reading IKEA Restaurant
February 3rd was National Carrot Cake Day so I decided to bake one as well. But, instead of just a carrot cake, I decided to bake a banana-carrot bread! With no icing because I'm not big on icing, it is too sweet, not good for you and the bread tastes just fine without it. Honestly, … Continue reading Banana-carrot bread with cream cheese
Although it´s not Shrove Tuesday yet, I felt like making pea soup and this time I was making it a little bit different. Well, the only difference really is that instead of ham I´m making it with fried sausages 🙂 In Estonia Shrove Tuesday is called Vastlapäev (this year on Feb 17th) and is generally … Continue reading Shrove Tuesday and Pea soup with sausages