My food heroine strikes yet again!
You should first of all know that I know Lois. Yes. You can insert envy 😉
She was a beautiful part of our ladies Bible study for years, as well as making Rich and I beautiful comfort food while Max was fighting for his life in the ICU.
She is as beautiful as the recipes she creates or makes…and I love every one I have ever made from her site!
On top of cooking, however, you can also buy her guide book on Berlin!
This woman is beautifully unstoppable!
Here is what I made Adelyne before school. I just “whipped” it right up. To be honest, I kind-of did. That’s the beauty of her recipes. Some require the simplest of ingredients and produce the most divine results.
In any case, here is my masterpiece via the recipe of my favorite Polish Housewife: Polish Apple Fritters.
Hope you enjoy her creation!
(Link in blog below for the recipe to make for your own jolly family!)
Polish Apple Fritters: http://polishhousewife.com/slodkie-placuszki-z-jablkiem-apple-fritters/#comment-83037
Well, wouldn’t you know…I must not know how to make pancakes—as no baking soda is needed. And I forgot one key ingredient in the nalesniki batter when spouting out what it takes, milk! But, in the end, it doesn’t really matter because I look at the recipe when making my batter so what is needed makes it and what isn’t to be there remains out. PHEW!
How did this start…Well, I was in the kitchen making the nalesniki and my house was unusually quiet. 3 kids were upstairs playing school and my littlest, Josephine, was at the doctor with her daddy. My dogs were outside, and I didn’t even have the radio on. That’s when I decided to just hit record and start talking through my process. Which is quite apparent due to my extremely ELEGANT appearance and fashionista stylin’ (big wowzer!!!!).
And, OOPS…the batter was already made. But, don’t worry, here’s the link to the recipe I use:
Polish Nalesniki (it includes a savory recipe and a sweet recipe)
For this video, I was making the sweet recipe, and I had doubled it so it could feed 6.
Anyhow, enjoy! Or, as they would say in Polish, Smacznego!
We sure did.
And, let me assure you…I am not pregnant. This camera added about 6 months of pregnancy pounds. I mean—I have weight to lose but not 6 months of baby (smile and wink)!
Wow! Remember how we linked up to Polish Easter Blogs recently? Well, what do you know?! Our very own Polish Housewife, Lois Britton, was on Sonoran Living this morning presenting 3 recipes from her beautifully fantastic food blog.
You should also know, that when Maxwell was in the ICU in his coma, we have personally been served by this Polish-living saint. And, yes, her food was not just fantastic—it was fantabulous! It was so good that I made up my own word to describe it.
On top of that, I still dream about her chocolate chip sea salt cookies.
Scrumptialicious! Another made up word.
Anyhow—it’s a short segment on the internet, but her attached recipes are right below the video.
Perhaps you can become a Polish Housewife, too, and whip up some surowka or chlodnik…or a side of pound cake lemon curd with a little limoncello. After all, who doesn’t like a little limoncello?!
Enjoy the video…Make the recipes…and Enjoy: Lois Britton on Sonoran Living
I look forward to hearing about your Polish-cooking endeavors.
The other half of Crazy!