November food

It wasn’t the easy month for me. It was one of this months when one thing changed your daily life. I hope that December will be better
I cooked a lot. It was a month full of traditions, with a warm comfort food.
11.01. Apple strudel
I remember the cold rainy day when I sat in the small cafe with my best friend. She used to take tiramisu, and I liked to order apple strudel. Maybe that memory is the reason I did apple strudel based on martasteward.com recipe. It was interesting to use phyllo dough as a base. 11.01. Apple strudel
Then there were few weekends of simple comfort breakfasts.
When I have a little of time I love to bake potato with spices. 11.07. Baked basil potato Just add basil and potatoes will be so tasty!
Almost no-cook breakfast 11.08. Simple for single
Or this garlic shrimps recipe from the October Sunset Mag 11.12. Garlic shrimps
I modified a bit recipe and made it as a frittata with a top of bacon. 11.14. Breakfast "pie" 11.14. Breakfast "pie"
I fell in love with French Apple Cake from browneyedbaker.com 11.15. French Apple pie 11.15. French Apple pie 11.15. French Apple pie
I started with cakes, and so I proceed with a Chocolate Birthday Cake I cooked for Eugene. As a reference, I used a recipe from pinterest.com but it’s not very good. The quantity of flour to the butter and chocolate cream for the top is not Okay.
11.06. Chocolate birthday cake
I experimented on the go, and I happy to say that cake was so tasty! Eugene like very much! 11.06. Chocolate birthday cake 11.06. Chocolate birthday cake
I already showed this Draniki 11.21. Draniki with mushrooms
Before Thanksgiving, I cooked brussel sprout baked with bacon. 11.22. Oven roasted sprouts with bacon 11.22. Oven roasted sprouts with bacon
And I finally I tried mushrooms recipe from bonappetit.com 11.22. Pasta with chanterelles11.22. Pasta with chanterelles
And after Thanksgiving is superb to taste a baked milk rice 11.30. Milk rice baked porridge11.30. Milk rice baked porridge11.30. Milk rice baked porridge
December is a month of cookies, stollen and hot rum, mulled wine and sweet homemade chocolate. I cannot wait to start all that festive cooking.

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