Easter Morning Biscuits These crisp, honey-sweetened biscuits originated in Greece and are a frequent feature at Easter feasts. The biscuits are made from a simple non-rising dough that makes it possible to put these treats on the Easter breakfast table with little effort and time. Serve them with a steaming cup of strong black coffee — they're ideal for dunking.
In Greece, the Christmas fast is broken on Christmas Eve with Christopsomo, or the "bread of Christ." This round loaf draws its distinctive licorice-like flavor from mastic gum, the dried resin of a Mediterranean tree. After the dough rises, it is coiled into a snail shape; then the dough, sprinkled with sesame seeds, puffs into a dome when baked. Martha Stewart Living senior food editor Christine Albano based this recipe on her grandmother's. Some families decorate the bread with strips of…
Jerusalem Mixed Grill Recipe - Israeli Street Food | SAVEUR - A pita sandwich of griddled spiced meats and onions, this is one of Jerusalem’s most beloved street foods. You can substitute boneless chicken thighs and more breast meat for the hearts and livers, if you like.
World's Best Pumpkin Bread Recipe! ~ from TheFrugalGirls.com ~ my family LOVES this easy recipe - it makes the most delicious, moist Pumpkin Bread... a perfect match for your Fall mornings or paired with a cup of Coffee! #recipes #thefrugalgirls