Kalter Hund is a traditional German Recipe that goes back pre WWII and ever since has been coined as the German no bake dessert. It’s
Category: Desserts (Sweet Dishes)
Dessert is actually a French concept. It was the French people who, in the early 1600s, divided sweet portions of the meal from the sour & savory parts. Until then, European and American cooking had followed the same Roman tradition of making no such distinction.
The term “dessert” is widely used in regions like America, Australia, Canada, Ireland & France. In England, some people consider the term “dessert” to be vulgar, and call this word as “afters”, the “sweet” or “pudding” instead.
The upper-class majority preferred using the term “pudding.” But these people will still call a dessert spoon a dessert spoon. In the food business in England, though, dessert has surely become the term used by food marketers. To sum it all up desserts are sweet dishes served in fairly small portions after a main course meal.
Banana Split Ice Cream Dessert What earned the banana split its sugary prestige? It has been a delicious treat on a warm summer’s evening and
Just like the traditional American apple pie.. The Russians have a version of their own called Sharlotka.. Ingredients are very similar however Sharlotka is usually
For those of you who are wondering what is “Kuchen” it’s a German word for cake.. German Kuchen pies are very popular not only in
If you like to dip biscuits or cookies in milk try making these chocolate chip cookies and let us know what you think.. They are
In Brazil they call it “Mousse Do Maracuja” it has been one of their traditional preferred desserts for ages.. Maracuja is a yellow fruit thats