While most children are anxiously awaiting the arrival of the big, jolly fellow in a red suit, who sneaks into their houses through the chimney with presents for everyone, or at least this is how the legend has it, Ukrainian children get their small gifts on December 6th, from Saint Nicholas.
The Pineapple Swirl Cake recipe has been on my list of favorite cakes to try for quite sometime, and now I am very honored to finally share it with you.
It was an award-winning “Recipe of the Week”, submitted several years ago by aunt Elisabeth, to Suburban News in Westfield, New Jersey.
If you love pineapple, and looking for a simple and delicious cake, this recipe is a winner.
Today I revised this recipe slightly, by adding 1/3 cup of Canola oil, which improved the texture of this cake, making it lighter.
I hope you are not getting bored with my garden posts….but as some of you already know…Autumn is my least favorite season.
Today I am showing off my sister’s Fall flowers, all the way from Krakow.
Gardening is a very relaxing hobby. It requires planning, physical labor, continuous upkeep, and endless enjoyment.
Today I will share with you the accomplishments of two senior citizens, who shared this wonderful hobby of garden tending.