When I started this blog back in late 2013 I based a lot of the first posts on old ads and the designer in me has missed that for a while now, so I think I’ll post some of these from time to time again from now on – Ted
Yet another grown-up sweets recipe found on chatelaine.com
These tempting truffles add an eye-catching flourish to the dessert table, and with their sweet cherry centre, they’ll disappear in no time.
Pies are perfect for bringing to family picnics or other gatherings. Everybody loves them and they are not that hard to make. A mug of custard would not be a miss along with this pie as so many others.
A classic Scottish biscuit recipe found on allrecipes.com
This shortbread cookie is a traditional Scottish recipe. These are round cookies sandwiched with jam and topped off with a delicious icing and a cherry.
A historic cherry liqueur recipe found on Revolutionary Pie
The girl who runs Revolutionary Pie writes: Bounce is made from sour cherries, sugar, and liquor such as brandy, rum, or whiskey. Martha’s recipe, which was found in her papers although not in her handwriting, called for brandy. This drink was one of George’s favorites. He even took it along on journeys — on a trip west in 1784, in search of a commercial waterway from the Atlantic to the Mississippi Valley, he packed canteens of Madeira, port, and bounce.
Traditional gâteau basque is a tart of unusual, cake-like pastry filled with crème pâtissière and the exquisitely flavoured cherries of the ltxassou region – Substitute 700 g /1 1/2 lb canned Morello cherries if you wish, removing the stones and drying the fruit well with absorbent paper.
A delicious summery recipe found on prior.no
A spicy pie full of goodies perfect for a picnic in the park or cosy lunch in the garden or on the terrasse.
A traditional dessert recipe found on bbcgoodfood.com
This is a traditional Scandinavian recipe, often served as part of a Christmas feast – a whole almond is hidden in the pudding and whoever finds it, gets an extra present. Top with a cherry compôte to make it extra special.
A German dessert speciality found on expatica.com
This red fruit pudding is a popular dessert in the North. It’s made from black and red currants, raspberries and sometimes strawberries or cherries, which are cooked in their juice and thickened with a little potato starch or cornflour. It’s served with cream, vanilla sauce or milk.