Monday, April 15, 2013

FOOD FROM OUR HERITAGE - KIRSEBAERKUGLER...WHAT??

Well, we're up to week 4 of our Food From Our Heritage Series at the Inspiration Cafe and it's my turn.  Can you guess what country my ancestors came from?  I'll be sharing a recipe that's hard to say, so easy to make and has a hidden surprise in the center!
 A couple of these and would be great with a cup of coffee or maybe even a latte.  Come on over to the Inspiration Cafe and learn just where this recipe comes from and how easy it is to make.  You know the drill....just click on the Cafe door below and I'll take you there.
If you have a recipe from your heritage or one that has special meaning to you or your family, we'd love it if you would write a post about it and share it at our first ever link party at the Inspiration Cafe, beginning April 29.  It will be fun to see what everyone shares! 

16 comments:

  1. Hmmm....Danish? Swedish? Norwegian? Whatever it is, it looks AMAZING!

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  2. I just saw them at the Inspiration Cafe, and they do look delightful!

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  3. Left comment on IC. Yum! When I saw "Kirs" - I thought sure there would be liquor involved!

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  4. Hi Danni! Thanks for the comment on my blog. So nice of you to visit. This recipe looks delicious and dangerous. They're the perfect size to have one, and then another, and another, and...well, you see where that goes. I'm going to guess these are a German tradition. Am I close? Thanks for the follow. I'll join you on GFC. Looking forward to more of your posts.

    Lisa

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  5. Wow! This looks great, Danni!! Hopping over to the cafe now :-)

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  6. Mmmmm... Those look tasty! Thank you for joining the Chain Linky Party! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  7. Oh my.. so going to have to make these now! I'm going to guess German too... ?

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  8. Do they look amazing or what?
    I have to slow down on the painting so that I can get back to a little baking - instead of drooling over what everyone else makes!
    Hugs,

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  9. I hopped over to see the recipe and plan on making these lovelies. Nice photography, too!

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  10. Hehe, I can't pronounce it but I'd sure like to have a taste of it!

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  11. Danni - I think I fixed my settings as you suggested. Are you able to reply back to this comment now? Apparently after 6 years of blogging, I'm still tech challenged!! :-)

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  12. Seeing 'Kirs' in the word, makes me think German...better run over to see where you're from, what this is and how to make it!
    Debbie :)

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  13. I came across your blog via the Blog Hop. Thank you for hosting. Those look delicious! Danish?

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