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September 03, 2009


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That looks fabulous. It would be so delicious out of the oven with vanilla or caramel ice cream.


Definitely, is still summer here. On the one hand it is great because you can still go to the beach (I went to run along the promenade yesterday, and then went for a swim), but on the other we are already tired of such a stifling weather >.<
Your apples really look cute =) I went to Russia a few weeks ago, and the local apples (not the imported) are like yours: small, with not a perfect shape and green & red. Maybe they don't look as glamorous as the others, but they taste as real apples. And they taste better straight from the garden of some friends or relatives =D

Luckily, I don't have the same problem as you: my family, especially my father, is addicted to sweet xD All my cakes and cookies disappear in two shakes! But I am glad they have such a sweet tooth, because they prevent me from eating alone all my cakes...I would be enormous if I did that! xD

Well, it has been proved that I can't write short comments =P
Great blog, by the way. I love the header of your design! You should definitely try that onion crackers. Highly recommended! ;)

Megan@Feasting on Art

I seriously adore your blog! Did I ever tell you that my great-grandmother was a full blooded Norwegian? She used to make us lefse every Christmas. I was on a hunt for it when I was in Oslo in '07 but could not find a freshly made version. Did you happen to have a recipe for it in your archives?


You have such a lovely blog here, thank you for visiting mine and alerting me to it. I will be baking this apple cake as soon as I have the time and ingredients.


I've loved scrolling through your blog a bit today. What a lovely discovery! It makes me hungry for apple cake and Norway. I love both, but since I don't have the means or excuse to transplant myself to Norge at the moment, I'll just go ahead and make an apple cake :)


I served this to my neighbor (my hubby refers to her as the Norwegian Martha Stewert), and she was asking ME for the recipie! As an American in Norway, this was my first eplekake...thanks to you, it was a hit! Thank you!!!


Staci- That warms my little heart! What great news. A Norwegian Martha Stewart? I thought that was my mother-in-law ;)

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