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.
If you are following my posts, you already know that I am on a look out for a specific recipe of home made rolls. One which comes the closest in taste and texture to the ones so many of us enjoyed at a summer camp in Ellenville, NY.
I already posted a recipe which I, and many others, feel totally resembles these infamous rolls we all are missing and craving, but I was still looking for a simpler recipe, one which the kitchen ladies at the camp would have used.
I feel this one might be it.
Autumn is in a full swing already, so my flower and vegetable garden changes with the season as well. Lots of my vegetables are done, and many of the summer flowers stopped blooming, however there are many beautiful fall flowers still sparkling in my Fall Garden.
If you love Tortes, but have been looking for a lighter filling, rather than the traditional butter cream one, this is a great recipe for you. The cake layers are very thin, and the filling is mostly apples, with a nice caramel glaze.
HAPPY NEW YEAR……to all my friends who are celebrating Rosh Hashana!!!
May your New Year be filled with good health, love, and prosperity.