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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

I thought I could do without

The good things in Life



Original Danziger Goldwasser
with 22k gold flakes




A little Goldwasser Liquer goes into my Stollen




And so does Marzipan... added to one side

It is snowing outside





The dough has to rise twice, I can go out and play in the snow





And I can play some more




I wonder what our friends are doing at the "Geyerhof" in Soprabolzano



I baked enough to share with you

Gina


14 comments:

  1. Sieht ja richtig lecker aus.

    I just try a little ....

    Salut!
    *Tasiaa

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  2. Fantastic snow pictures, and how I wish I could be sitting right there at your table, drinking tea from exquisite cups and tasting your stollen!

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  3. Oh, Gina, Christmas at your home, with snow and incredible food is a dream. Everything is beautiful!!

    Happy New Year to you!! Thank you for your friendship and thoughtfulness this year.

    xo – g

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  4. My mom makes marzipan stollen for Christmas - I couldn't do without it:)!

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  5. Hi Tasiaa, I'm my best customer when it comes to Stollen. But there is some left for you.

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  6. Hi Karen, It kept on snowing yesterday. It is a winter wonderland. Thank you for your visit and a happy and prosperous New Year to you and your family.
    Warm regards, Gina

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  7. Dear Georgianna, Your beautiful photographs have lifted my spirits. It has been a pleasure and a priviledge following you around on your special assignments this past year. Thank you for being such a special friend. Happy New Year to you and yours.
    Love, Gina

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  8. Dear Francesca, Marzipan gives Stollen that extra little taste explosion. Would your Mother share her recipe? Is it an Italian version?
    I have been enjoying your collages. They say so much about your life in the small hill town of Italy. Thank you for sharing.
    Love, Gina

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  9. snow,,,,marzipan and stollen...sigh....no better combination!

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  10. Dear Theresa, I could send you some stollen with marzipan, the snow you can probably do without.
    Happy New Year to you and yours and sending you all the Best.
    Gina

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  11. Thanks for baking enough to share with us. It was wonderful.

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  12. Dear Christine and dear Steven, You are so welcome. I had some of your poached salmon last night. What did you do to it to make it taste so special?

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  13. I love your secret ingredient. Thanks for being a part of Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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  14. The snow picture would make a great card. Gorgeous.

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