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honey cake Date Honey Nut Cake - A moist, dairy-free cake bursting with flavor. Kosher, Pareve, Dairy Free, and perfect for Rosh Hashanah or Sukkot. Bread Cake, Loaf Cake, Dessert Bread, Honey Dessert, Fruit Bread, Just Desserts, Delicious Desserts, Dessert Recipes, Fruit Cake Recipes

Date Honey Nut Cake - Easy Loaf Cake, Moist and Tender

This delicious, super easy date cake with honey and nuts is lovely served with tea or coffee. Perfect for Rosh Hashanah, Sukkot, or any holiday! Kosher.

Homemade Almond Paste - sub swerve for keto Dutch Recipes, Sweet Recipes, Baking Recipes, Cookie Recipes, Dessert Recipes, Amish Recipes, Just Desserts, Delicious Desserts, Yummy Food

How To Make Homemade Almond Paste - The Seaside Baker

Avoid spending way to much money on store-bought Almond Paste when you can make it in a about 5 minutes for half the cost!

While marzipan isn't as popular in the U. as it is in Europe, we're starting a personal campaign to fix this grave oversight. Marzipan is essentially j. Gourmet Recipes, Sweet Recipes, Cake Recipes, Dessert Recipes, Frosting Recipes, Marzipan Recipe, Marzipan Cake, Just Desserts, Delicious Desserts

Cherry Marzipan Tart

Photo updated in October 2010 The cherry season is in full swing in Estonia. Every market stall sells both sweet and sour cherries - the latter being more easily available these days. I love using sour cherries in various cakes, much more than sweet cherries which are often too bland in flavour. Here's a nice recipe with sour cherries and sweet marzipan and crunchy flaked almonds. You can substitute sweet cherries, but I'd use some more lemon zest to spike things up a bit. Cherry Marzipan…

Moroccan Vegetable Pot and Couscous with Pine Nuts and Dill - Nigella Lawson Nigella Lawson, Couscous, Moroccan Vegetables, Vegetarian Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Vegetarian Options, Preserved Lemons, Vegetable Stew, Dried Apricots

Moroccan Vegetable Pot and Couscous with Pine Nuts and Dill

This warmly-spiced vegetable stew, sweet with parsnips and carrots and tangy with preserved lemons and dried apricots is the perfect winter warmer, and just right to break up the seasonal meat feast. And it smells so wonderfully festive as it cooks. I have specified wholemeal - sometimes sold as wholegrain - couscous as an accompaniment, as I so much prefer it: it is nuttier than regular couscous but still fine and light. Were you to want to sprinkle some pomegranate seeds over, along with…