Korokke •  コロッケ (Japan)

Korokke • コロッケ • Japanese Croquette

:P :P ♪ Japanese,  ofukuro no aji/ おふくろの味,  meaning   ‘taste of my mother’s (cooking) ’, is an expression used when one misses/nostalgic about one’s Mom’s homemade dish. It is a phenomenon that more and more such referred dishes are ‘Japanized’ foreign originated dishes, such as curry, spaghetti, croquette/korokke (this featured dish), tempura, hanbāgu, pudding,  gelatin, cakes…

Dacquoise, Hazelnut(France)

Hazelnut Dacquoise with Buttercream

♪ Dacquoise   is a dessert cake made with layers of almond and hazelnut meringue and whipped cream or buttercream. The term dacquoise can also refer to the nut meringue layer itself.  It takes its name from the feminine form of the French word dacquois, meaning  ‘of Dax’,  a town in southwestern France.  It is usually…

Lea Hogg

From the heart of the Mediterranean…. Lea Hogg

˜”*°*”˜ Eighty kilometers/50 miles south of  Sicily, lies an island,  Malta  (pop. 453K),  a European country in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, where the sun shines every day and brings out the best flavors in everything, and food/produce is abundant.   Malta is blessed with natural beauty and an elegant, talented woman, Lea Hogg, who…

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Welcome !

Participate in Features  of  Fae’s Twist & Tango ~ 1 ~    ‘Look, I made it!‘ Background:   ‘Look, I made it!’   is a feature in which you would make one of Fae’s  recipes and have it featured on Fae’s Twist & Tango’s   Blog  and Facebook. ♪  A thumbnail photo of your creation (with links to…