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Traditional Dutch for this day. Oliebollen. Contains currants and raisins! (Not baked at home, but they taste very, very well!) Copied this text from my 2008 end-of-year photo 🙂
The end of the December Whatever, a Photo-a-Day 2009 and a Photo-a-Week 2009 challenge. It looks like yesterday when I started this all and what a fun it was! Thank you very, very much for looking and commenting.
So, what to do tomorrow?
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Brie and cranberry pÃ¢tÃ© on toast with some (garlic) olives. Nice with a glass of port.
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No fancy meal this week, just a simple onion.
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A composition of the baking of (Parmesan) cheese. Found the recipe somewhere and, although is wasn’t too bad, it’s not going to become one of my favorites.
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Smoked mackerel with creme fraiche and a small piece of apple.
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No time for fancy food this week, so just some bread with sprinkles, which is always a delicious meal.
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Couldn’t find a good translation for this one. It’s baked spinach (mixed with flour and egg), decorated with smoked salmon and crÃ¨me fraÃ®che. Just something you can eat before dinner. And, most important, the family liked it!
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250 gr. ricotta (some Italian cheese)
1 1/2 spoon of custard
100 gr. sugar
125 gr. blueberries
4 spoons of blueberry jam
1/2 spoon of balsamic vinegar
Heat the oven (175C). Mix the ricotta, the eggs and the sugar. Put some blueberries on the bottom of the bowls. Add the mix. Add the jam, mixed with the vinegar. Put it for 30 minutes in the oven.
Have a good meal!
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Two colored mousse, chocolate and cherries. It was fun to make the chocolate with the almonds, but it’s melting fast when out of the fridge.
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Time seems to fly this week, so just some fast food.