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Lekach is a sponge cake with honey, cinnamon, ginger and sometimes nutmeg, mace and clove. Traditional cake of the Jewish new year throughout Eastern Europe

Lekach is a sponge cake with honey, cinnamon, ginger and sometimes nutmeg, mace and clove. Traditional cake of the Jewish new year throughout Eastern Europe

If it weren't for cravings, losing weight would be a heck of a lot easier—and faster. Satisfy them without expanding your waistline with these alternatives.

If it weren't for cravings, losing weight would be a heck of a lot easier—and faster. Satisfy them without expanding your waistline with these alternatives.

Lekach is a honey cake, spiced with cinnamon, ginger and clove, that is traditional of the Jewish new year throughout Eastern Europe.

Lekach is a honey cake, spiced with cinnamon, ginger and clove, that is traditional of the Jewish new year throughout Eastern Europe.

Not Quite My Great-Grandmother’s Apple Cake

Not Quite My Great-Grandmother’s Apple Cake

zsuzsa is in the kitchen: HUNGARIAN WALNUT CAKE – DIÓTORTArian  this walnut cake  pin goes to a nice web site with lots of info regarding Hungarian walnut cakes

zsuzsa is in the kitchen: HUNGARIAN WALNUT CAKE – DIÓTORTArian this walnut cake pin goes to a nice web site with lots of info regarding Hungarian walnut cakes

Hungarian Shortbread _ I’ve been making this very often lately. Partially because I’ve had a lot of homemade raspberry jam, and partially because my people loved it. Shortbread is very sweet and full of butter, but it still disappears in seconds.

Hungarian Shortbread _ I’ve been making this very often lately. Partially because I’ve had a lot of homemade raspberry jam, and partially because my people loved it. Shortbread is very sweet and full of butter, but it still disappears in seconds.

Apple Sharlotka | Chef Matt Danko uses his father's recipe to make sharlotka, a deliciously light and fluffy Russian apple cake.

Apple Sharlotka | Chef Matt Danko uses his father's recipe to make sharlotka, a deliciously light and fluffy Russian apple cake.

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