If you are craving some crusty, fresh bread, you will be surprised how easy it is to make it yourself without too much fuss and effort. It only takes flour, water, yeast and salt. NO KNEADING required.
It seems like Easter is still several weeks away, hence lots of time for Paska baking, but not according to my “social” calendar.
Those of you who bake with yeast, know that this process is time consuming, so you can’t just plan to bake Paska in the evening after work, like you would cake or cookies. You need several hours of tending to this bread making project, which means….weekend time.
This mid-December wedding had a Christmas theme, and it took place in Germany (Bavaria…to be exact), with breathtaking scenery of snow covered hills and tree tops.
The Bride incorporated her Ukrainian traditions into the wedding ceremony and reception, and the Groom complimented it with his German wedding traditions.
This weekend was Paska Baking time for me and my daughter, as well as my 4 year old granddaughter, who not only loves to watch, she also was a very enthusiastic helper.
Party foods are so much fun to prepare, and very rewarding to know that your guests enjoyed them.
I spotted a very interesting food picture on Pinterest , and was very anxious to test it.