As my third Christmas recipe and last blog post for this year, here is something delicious to make for the holidays or wrap into edible gifts: apricot and pistachio tonka bean biscotti.
I could not finish the year without another adaptation of my chocolate chip cookies, this time a holiday version with a recipe for gingerbread chocolate chunk cookies.
For the holidays this year, I have decided to share not just one but three delicious recipes for little things you can make for yourself or gift to people, starting with these easy-to-make apricot and hazelnut blond chocolate mendiants.
Another year has passed and it is time for me to take a small break for the end of year festivities. A time I will spend enjoying lovely moments with family and friends, cooking delicious meals to share together, relaxing with good books and movies, walking in the fresh air and taking some deep breaths more importantly. Yes, because the many goals I had planned for 2018 did not become a reality so I want to start the new year properly and catch up on the many projects that got put aside along the way.
As always, I am really grateful to you for spending the time to read this little blog of mine with its many food, travel and everyday life adventures.
I will not be posting during the holidays but you can still find me sharing stories and vignettes of everyday life over on Instagram: ( @cremedecitron) until I am back here next year.
Wishing you all a wonderful time over the holidays and many lovely things for the New Year 2019!
'Tis the season to be merry and eat chocolate! And what about making your own beautiful chocolate bark for the holidays? It is quite easy as it happens and there are endless possibilities with festive toppings.
As the last recipe I will share on the blog for 2018, I present you a delicious dark and blond chocolate Christmas bark with meringue on top.
Following from the first part of our Winter holidays starting with London last month, here is where we spent the second part: Vienna.
While E. had already visited this beautiful city many years ago, it was my first time discovering it. And what a beautiful holiday that was! A lot of my favourite things reunited in one place: amazing art museums and delicious food. Add to this a sprinkle of wonderful Christmas markets and it makes for the perfect Winter holiday.
We stayed for three days and it was enough time to enjoy a lot of what this Austrian city has to offer: a multitude of amazing museums, beautiful sights and the most lovely coffeehouse culture (all of the cakes!).
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