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Apple Pie

There is just something super American about Apple Pie. It’s even in the first American published cookbook, a 1796 book called “American Cookery”, written by Amelia Simmon. 419 more words

Family Favorite Recipes

4th of July: Celebrated In 'Not-Actually-American-And-In-New-Zealand-Style'

My family will celebrate anything.

I mean it, any excuse to do anything remotely celebratory we turn it into some kind of momentous occasion.

It is for this reason that last night (the 5th of July NZ time) we celebrated the 4th of July. 461 more words

Sunday Sundae: Proud to be an American edition!

5th of July: Keeping the patriotic pride going with an all-American sundae: hotoutofthefryer apple pie donut with smooth dulce de leche ice cream, sauteed apples, salted caramel sauce, and a dash of flag for garnish.  138 more words


4th July Celebrations

Firstly we would like to wish all our friends on the other side of the pond a Happy 4th of July, we hope you had a great time and are not to full of apple pie! 421 more words


Leiden, the Netherlands.

Applepies are definitly on top of my favourite-pies list.


Happy Birthday, America!

We generally celebrate Independence Day in a big way around our house, with lots of friends, food, and fireworks.  This year we were a bit light in the friend department, but the day was still wonderful. 268 more words


Irani Cafes Mumbai: Yazdani Bakery

It’s been more than three years for me in Mumbai but surprisingly I never visited any of the much famous Parsi bakeries of the city. These bakeries are a heritage of the city and probably the only thing, apart from the sea, that hasn’t changed with the changing times. 531 more words