All posts by aho

Food writer. Food anthropologist. Traveller. Baker. Food photographer.

Obwarzanek in the Arctic.

Who would have thought that this humble bake from Krakow will have such an international career? A story about food at Polish Polar Station Hornsund.

Horchata de Chufa: Valencia’s tasty secret.

Horchata is one of these things that are a must-try when visiting their place of origin. Have it with fartons, horchata and farton combo doesn't disappoint.

Voy.

Working in the restaurant is an endless venture into the unknown: one can never be sure what will happen during the shift. But we’re doing it for the thrill, right?

137 Monas de Pascua

Monas de Pascua are the most adorable Easter buns I have seen so far. And they are delicious, too!

135 Very Berry French Toast

A truly feel-good breakfast recommends itself for Tuesday morning! No waste, no hassle, good vibes only.

134 Dreamy Rainbow Cookies

Kids-friendly, naturally dyed Dreamy Rainbow Cookies. As if baking wasn't fun enough!

Potato stamps to the rescue.

Potato stamping was by far my favourite activity in preschool, I always loved the ingenuity of the idea - how something pretty can be brought to existence from almost nothing.

133 Polish Poppy Seed Cake

I present you all strucla makowa, probably the most beloved (if not always realised) cake in Poland, which - if made well - will steal your heart immediately. 

132 Stained Glass Cookies

Edible Christmas ornaments that stole my heart. Who doesn't love stained glass?

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