Chef Patrick O’Connell describes it as, ‘liquid autumn’. Rich, mildly sweet, and silky smooth – this Apple Rutabaga Soup is one of the tastiest soups I’ve ever had! When I was living in DC, I had the fortunate pleasure of dinning at The Inn at Little Washington. The interior design of the Inn is truly...Read More »
Then it's time to write a new blog post with the recipe on my Faroese flag pie. Since we are on the Faroe Islands and on holiday, I would bake a cake with Faroese theme. On July 28, we have the Faroese National Day Ólavsøka, which we will celebrate with family.
I hate throwing away leftover ingredients, therefore sometimes, like today, a baking day starts with scouting the fridge and my magic cupboard (aka the place where I keep all the ingredients that aren’t at risk of going stall if not kept at a certain temperature) and coming up with a recipe to use all those ingredients. And today is was the turn of cream cheese – I bought a bucket of silky cream cheese a few days ago and after making a Romanian cheese pie, I was left with about 1 pound of cream cheese that was going to sit in the fridge for days if I wasn’t going to use it. But boy, I’m happy things happened this way because I got to make and taste these cheesecake bars which might be one of the best cream cheese desserts I ever made and tasted!