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Oma’s German Marble Cake

Oma’s German Marble Cake

I’m not a big dessert person, but as you can see in the Guten Tag webisode, I devour this cake. Petra’s grandmother would make this dessert each time she would visit her in Germany and now it’s one of her favorite desserts to make. I am ecstatic that Petra shared the recipe to her Oma’s ...

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Turron

Turron

  Turrón, also known as Banana Lumpia, is a springroll filled with banana, jackfruit and brown sugar. Follow Mrs. Regueiro’s recipe below to experience this delicious  Philippine snack. Click here to view the video of Krystal teaching me how to make Turrón. Cuisine: Philippine Course: Dessert Prep Time: 20-30 minutes Cooking Time: 5 minutes (per ...

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Mandel Bread

Mandel Bread

Mandel Bread Traditionally known as Mandelbrot, which literally translates into almond bread, is a popular Jewish dessert similar to Italian biscotti. It is considered to be the perfect Sabbath dessert.  I learned how to make this in the Matzoh & Mah Jongg Webisode. Follow directions below, provided by Gladys Polo, to experience delicious, classic mandel ...