Tag Archives: Fruit

Salted Honey Pear Pie

There’s a reason why this is called Salted Honey Pear Pie versus Pear Crumble Pie or Pear and Honey Pie. The salty honey drizzled over those ripe pears and baked to perfection is the kind of warming slice you want to grab for at this time of year. I’m not sure if I’ve said it...

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Pwdin Eva – Welsh Eve’s Pudding

Pwdin Eva – Welsh Eve’s Pudding is a very seasonally appropriate dish for the Fall and it seemed now is the perfect time to make this as every year an effort is made to make sure a foreign apple dish is made here. There isn’t usually time to come up with something original when there...

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Cheddar Pancakes with Maple Baked Figs

It’s been a while since there’s been a breakfast dish on this here blog so it seemed the perfect time for these Cheddar Pancakes with Maple Baked Figs. The minute September arrived my feed went from posicles and no bake dishes to apple and pumpkin everything…but over here there has been a lot of Figs...

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Lime and Cherry Refresher

Lime and Cherry Refresher is an ode to one of my favorite things to drink when I have the luck to be spending some of a summer in New York City. The opportunity to step inside the walls of a well air-conditioned Starbucks and order a refresher comes as welcome relief and this becomes a...

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Peach Cobbler

Despite several visits and months of time spent in America, Peach Cobbler was never something my friends made or something anyone brought to barbecue’s or dinner parties so a recipe was found on Allrecipes that mirrored what I had seen in pictures and a recipe posted here in 2014. That recipe was made multiple times...

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Upside Down Plum Passionfruit Cake

Upside down cake is one of those oft not made cakes, and when it is there is usually pineapple involved. There’s a secret ingredient in this cake…passionfruit. The gloriously underrated passionfruit comes to play with plums in something I’ve not seen often in recipes. Whilst it is the middle of summer and currently where I...

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Marillenknodel – Austrian Apricot Dumplings

Have you heard of sweet dumplings? Unless you come from Austria, Germany or a few select other European countries, you likely have never seen dumplings like the ones on today’s post before. Don’t let your lack of knowledge of these distract you though, these are delicious. In fact, just thinking about eating these again has...

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Gateau Fondant aux Poires – French Pear Fondant Cake

When visiting France, you’d likely eat your body weight in croissants, baguettes and eclairs, but there are so many rustic dishes like this locally named Gateau Fondant aux Poires or translated to French Pear Fondant Cake which is the kind of thing made in homes and not often sold in stores, these are the recipes...

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Amish Apple Fritters

While the trees are shifting to several shades of bright colors, the sweet produce of summer slows it’s growing to prepare for the colder and shorter days ahead and apples prepare themselves for their star time of year and suddenly I turned to thinking about Amish Apple Fritters. My Instagram has been filled with pear...

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Swedish Licorice Panna Cotta

Sweden is one of those Scandinavian countries where licorice has a very special place. Pure licorice powder is warming and herbal and it makes sense that in an area of the world where the temperatures are below freezing for months of the year that this would be a pivotal ingredient to enjoy throughout the seasons....

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Strawberry Basil Crumble

Being present in life is one of those learned things like taking strawberry and basil being in season and putting them into this Strawberry Basil Crumble. Going to bed saying ‘three things you appreciate about today’ or taking a moment between getting changed and brushing your teeth in the morning to be happy about life...

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Orange Passion Rum Popsicles

Rum in a popsicle ain’t a new thing, but three ingredient popsicles with a dash of passionfruit and orange juice is the kind of thing one can get behind on humid summer days where opening the freezer is a workout with how often you need to open it. There’s something to be said about entering...

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Cherry Ripe Cake

Happy Friday from New York City! Today’s post is going to transport you to New Zealand with this cake take on a local classic, the Cherry Ripe bar. Taking advantage of fresh cherry season and some delicious coconut cake that is frosted in a rich chocolate buttercream. How are you lovely people doing? How is...

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Double Chocolate Meringue with Summer Fruits

Seeing an old friend can sometimes be daunting…who knows if you’ll still be friends with the time and distance spent apart? The last week was one of those times where we had not seen or spoken with each other in three years and yet life is normal and so we are still friends. We all...

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Homemade Apple Butter

The leaves are almost all on the ground now or have been swept away. The gray skies have made themselves comfortable. And somehow we’re over half way through fall which means apple season is passing far too quickly once again. Each time this season begins I have grand plans to make a bunch of apple...

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Homemade Apple Cider

One of the most fascinating aspects of research (thank you Smithsonian for these notes) on the origins of Apple Cider is the fact that the alcoholic version is more closely linked to the traditional way it was made due to people never knowing whether they would be bitter or sweet (the types of apples we...

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Apple Crumble Slice

This recipe comes from wanting to recreate my mother’s apple crumble slice while so far from her kitchen talents. Frankly, though, this melts in your mouth so much that I’m going to request my mother make this version over her own when I go back. The base ingredients are soft and the apples fold in...

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Stone Fruit Crumble

It’s the last long weekend before Christmas and while that feels like a really long time away, we are almost down to the last quarter of the year already. How do you feel about the end of summer? The expectation of spring and summer and all that travel feels like a distant memory, maybe even...

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Strawberry and Rhubarb Pie

It’s Strawberry and Rhubarb Pie season friends and things are exciting! Keeping quiet during the weekend to go as full on crazy during the week isn’t something that happens…ever! I certainly have never turned down plans on the weekend so I have money to go out during a weeknight…but one of my best friends coming...

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Versunkener Apfelkuchen – Sunken Apple Cake

Growing up apples were one of those fruits I ate because it was seen as a treat not because I genuinely liked them. Sure, they are plenty adaptable and ‘one a day, keeps the doctor away,’ but I never awaited their season with excitement like nectarine or feijoa season (only the best fruit around and...

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