Lekach | Honig Lekach from Germany

Lekach or Honig Lekach is a German spongy cake made with honey, apple along with many other spice powders. This sponge cake or tea cake has an interesting story behind it, which also sort of becomes appropriate for today. This cake is made for Jewish New Year or natively referred as Rosh Hashanah. I came […]

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Kugelhopf | Savory Kugelhopf Bread

I made a Savory Kugelhopf Bread for today! A Kugelhopf is a yeasted cake, traditionally baked in a Bundt mold. It is popular in a wide region of Europe, including southern Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, and Alsace. I could have taken this under any of the countries, just choose Germany. Kugelhopf is […]

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Johnny Cake from Belize

Johnny Cakes are quick bread from Belize, a country in Central America. These are breakfast bread roll and called Journey Cake, which was renamed to Johnny Cake. Johnny cake is to Belize what croissant is in France, a typical part of the traditional breakfast. It is supposed to be prepared and served hot every morning. These […]

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Ischler Cookies are from Austria

Ischler Cookies are from Austria that originally consisted of two Linzer cookies stuffed with an apricot glaze and chocolate ganache. The Hungarian version has the same but fully covered with melted chocolate. Since these cookies have chocolate ganache and covered with it, they have a sourish jam added. These are also referred as The Emperor […]

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Hot Cross Buns from England

Hot Cross Buns are spiced sweet buns from England and marked with a cross on the top. These are traditionally eaten on Good Friday. I have been having these listed on my todo list for a long time and felt so happy finally striking off my list. I made these last week on Sunday and […]

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Garlic Bread | Dominos Style Stuffed Garlic Bread from India

Dominos Style Stuffed Garlic Bread is my choice for the letter G, referring to the popular Garlic breadsticks served at the Dominos. Since I already baked the regular Garlic Bread,  I was looking at making a new one. These stuffed garlic bread were part of my last month’s Thali/Spread theme, where for the last day, […]

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Fougasse from France

Fougasse is a bread from France and looks so pretty as it is shaped like a leaf. It resembles a lovely puffed leaf and tastes good on its own as it has herbs and cheese included. I baked this almost the same time as few other bakes and I was really wondering if it will […]

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English Muffin Bread from United Kingdom

English Muffin Bread was my first choice when I decided on this letter. I have always wanted to try this bread for a long time. I had my eye on those small buns as well. However, I decided I would bake the loaf as it was so much more appealing. I remember Pavani baking this […]

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Devil’s Food Cake from United States

Devil’s food cake is a sinful, moist, airy and rich layered chocolate cake. There is no other way to describe than this. Again I had something else on the list, however, when I realized that I could do yet another chocolate cake, I wasn’t giving up on the idea. This chocolate cake is considered to […]

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Cheese Crackers with Parmesan from Italy

Cheese Crackers with Parmesan from Italy is my next on the Bakes from the world. I love crackers and if it comes loaded with cheese, they top the list. This dish was the first one to get done. In fact, this was for another theme, I had to skip that theme and it was lying […]

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