Scottish Multi-Grain Bread “Struan” Recipe

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This bread in Scotland used to be baked on the eve of the feast of St. Michael, on September 29, when all the grain was removed. Bread was traditionally baked by the eldest daughter in the family from the grains of the fresh harvest. A mixture of different grains was used for “Struan”: rye, oats, barley, wheat. The grains were pre-ground and soaked in water or milk. Then they baked bread, and in the morning they carried it to the church to receive the blessing of the priest, who asked St. Michael for a plentiful harvest.

Cheesecakes with Caramelized Apples Recipe

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What kind of autumn weekend without baking, without Apple baking?! Missing the weekend… But, even if you have a minimum of time, and eaters “once or twice and run out”, I suggest to build a great dessert in half an hour. Cottage cheese pancakes with roasted with molasses apples. It’s delicious! Recommend.

Fig and Cheese Souffle Pie Recipe

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Autumn fruits are the most delicious! And if you are a little bored with Apple pies, then I will offer an alternative. I don’t think you’ve ever tasted such a pie before. Open sand cake with a cloud of the most delicate cheese souffle and fresh figs. It’s Fig season, and it’s worth a try.