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Rick Rodger's "Kaffeehaus"


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  • 11 months later...

Any recent baking from this book? I've made the Ischl Tartlets several more times. They are delicious and always a hit. I haven't even moved past this recipe, I like them so much. As I mentioned before, I decrease the liquids in the chocolate glaze by 1/2. This prevents cracking from occurring later on.

Ludja -- did you try the Indianerkrapfen again? I was thinking about making those after buying a new non-stick abelskiver pan (my current one is cast iron and everything sticks).

I'm also interested in the Gerbeaud Slices. This wouldn't necessarily be a recipe I'd pick on my own, but I've heard so many good things about the originals.

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As part of my Christmas baking, I made the chestnut "potatoes" confection. Not receommended. They took an inordinate amount of time to make, most in peeling the nuts, and the result was very bland.

The vanilla crescents were a hit last year at Christmas, but for some reason did not come out as well this year.

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As part of my Christmas baking, I made the chestnut "potatoes" confection. Not receommended. They took an inordinate amount of time to make, most in peeling the nuts, and the result was very bland.

The vanilla crescents were a hit last year at Christmas, but for some reason did not come out as well this year.

This reminded me that I tried the Vanilla Crescents last week. Kind of disappointing and not worth making again. I also made the Krapfen a while ago, but the results paled compared to the Sufganiyot recipe I use (from Martha Stewart Living, no less!).

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Thanks for the food porn! This has definately caught my attention. Too bad the recipes are volumetric though.

I have added this book to my Amazon wish list.

Dan

"Salt is born of the purest of parents: the sun and the sea." --Pythagoras.

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I can't for the life of me seem to find an errata sheet on this book (the link posted earlier in this thread comes up being not found)

I have this book and so far have really enjoyed it but if there are mistakes in the book I would like to find the corrections for them.

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