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King Cake

King Cake

The “King’s Cake” or “La galette des Rois” (the wafer of the Kings) is traditionally eaten to celebrate the Epiphany (January 6th). The cake has layers of flaky puff pastry with a center of frangipane. Tradition holds that the cake is “to draw the Kings” to the Epiphany. A figurine, la fève, is hidden in […]

Building A Charcuterie Board

Building A Charcuterie Board

A Charcuterie Board makes entertaining super easy. Whether you call it a charcuterie plate or a charcuterie board, it’s easy to make when you begin with quality smoked, cured, and cooked meats. The perfect charcuterie board will contain at least 3 to 5 types of charcuterie representing different styles and textures, an assortment of cheese, […]

Holiday Baking

Holiday Baking

Tiny New York Kitchen Has Been Hard At Working Baking For The Holidays

Sugared Cranberries

Sugared Cranberries

Serve sugared cranberries in place of nuts or use as a garnish for cakes, pies, or cocktails. If you don’t have superfine sugar then make your own by pulsing granulated sugar in a food processor for about a minute. “Work With What You Got!” ©Tiny New York Kitchen © 2019 All Rights Reserved

Happy Independence Day

Happy Independence Day

Happy Independence Day!

Simnel Cake

Simnel Cake

Simnel cake is a traditional English fruitcake eaten during the Easter season and has been eaten since medieval times. The cake is both a rich, sweet treat and a symbolic ritual. The fruit cake is topped with eleven marzipan balls to represent the eleven apostles of Christ, minus Judas. “Work With What You Got!” ©Tiny […]

Cucumber Cabbage Salad

Cucumber Cabbage Salad

Add this Cucumber Cabbage Salad to your Easter or Passover menu. Fresh dill adds bright spring flavor to this crunchy salad.

Noel

Noel

Noel has been in English since the 13th century as a forename and family name (e.g., Nuwel, Nuuel) for those born or baptized on Christmas or during the Christmas season. In the late 14th century, Nowel is used as an exclamation of joy in The Canterbury Tales (this usage remains only in Christmas carols). In […]

Christmas Cookies

Christmas Cookies

Christmas Cookies That Are Almost Too Pretty To Eat “Work With What You Got!” ©Tiny New York Kitchen © 2018 All Rights Reserved

Share Time With Loved Ones

Share Time With Loved Ones

As family members return home, the time has come to gather to share precious time together. “Work With What You Got!” ©Tiny New York Kitchen © 2018 All Rights Reserved