Interesting facts from the world of pastry
Most people love pastry. But not everyone knows when they first appeared. The first type of delicacy originated several thousand years ago and was a dried dates, mixed with honey…

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English caramel pudding
This pudding to eat it should be hot, and best of all with a scoop of ice cream. Cooking is not difficult and in England it is perceived as a…

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Tarte Tatin - Apple Pie
Who among us has not tried apple pie? Everyone has their favorite recipe, which lifts up your mood with a cup of tea. French cake inside out - another modification…

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Interesting facts about keikpops or “Keikpops? No, I have not heard

What kind of sweet treats can usually be found at celebrations? That’s right: candy, biscuits, cake or cakes. But do you know what keypops are? This is a trendy dessert, which only gains popularity in our country. But now he is able to compete with more famous confectionery. True sweet teeth will be interested to know that …
1. Keypops is a kind of hybrid of mini-cake and chupa-chups.
Rather, in taste and composition, this pastry resembles a cake, and visually – colorful lollipop. As a rule, biscuit dough in combination with butter cream is the basis for keycops. But the filling can be completely different: for example, chocolate, fruit or nut. The main feature of this treat is in its presentation. Continue reading

Tarte Tatin - Apple Pie
Who among us has not tried apple pie? Everyone has their favorite recipe, which lifts up your mood with a cup of tea. French cake inside out - another modification…

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Irish Potato and Apple Muffin
The Irish, in terms of potato cooking skills, are probably the most progressive part of humanity. Such a number of recipes with potatoes, as in Ireland, you will not find…

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Interesting facts about sweets
The word "candy" from the Latin language is translated as "cooked drug." In the 16th century, candied fruits were sold in pharmacies for medicinal purposes. Currently, the term refers to…

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