Wake up and join us! We will be doing a leisurely stroll around St. Armands Circle, while stopping at 4 places for breakfast foods and a hot drink.
HAPPY HOLIDAYS (Happy Hanukkah; Merry Christmas; Happy Kwanzaa) If your a International foodie, this blog about traditional holiday foods is for you!
Here are some traditional foods for Hanukkah: Rugalach (RUHG-uh-luhkn) cookies with a filling of fruit, nuts, poppy seed paste, or jam. Challah (KHAH-lah, HAH-lah) traditional Jewish yeast bread. Matzah Ball Soup; Brisket; Sufganiyah – a round jelly donut. Kugel – a baked pudding usually made with potatoes or noodles and can be savory or sweet. Latkes – potato pancakes and apple sauce; Hanukkah Gelt (chocolate coins). Christmas traditions around the World: Austria – Lebkuchen – Christmas cookies made with honey, spices, citron, and almonds. Germany – Glϋhwein – A hot beverage with red wine, spices, sugar and orange or lemon peel. France – Bûche de Noël – A sponge cake made to resemble a Yule Log. Italy – Panettone – A sweet yeast bread with raisins, citron, pine nuts, and anise. Norway – Rice pudding with a raspberry sauce. Poland…
December 6, 2018