Week two of Bulgaria – garash cake! A typical cake served in cafes and restaurants in Bulgaria, that is surprisingly difficult to find any history about. Continue reading “Bulgaria – Garash Cake”
Bulgaria is one of the more recent EU member states, joining in 2007. This is also an interesting point in the project because it’s where I start to venture into a few countries-worth of unfamiliar territory. Continue reading “Bulgaria – Biscuit Cake”
Second week of Belgium, and this time we’re going for pastries. Incidentally I found out that Belgian buns have no relation to Belgium (in case you’re wondering why they weren’t chosen), Continue reading “Belgium – Appelflap”
It’s week two of Austria, and this time I’ve made Sachertorte.
Sachertorte has a surprisingly controversial history. It’s not every day you hear about a cake that had legal battles over it. Continue reading “Austria – Sachertorte”
In a little over the year, the UK will be leaving the EU (or at least that’s the plan currently). 29th March 2019 is so-called ‘Brexit Day’, the day where we are no longer tied to the EU and can make all of our own decisions as an independent country that is woefully unprepared for the effects Brexit will have. Continue reading “Brexit Baking – an introduction”