One of my favorite puff pastries I buy at my favorite German Bakery. They are called Schinken Stangen, or Prosciutto twists. I can’t wait, so I eat them on the way home while they are still warm. Other fillings for the twists can be just Parmesan, Nutella or a Walnut paste.
I did a little research and figured out how to make them myself. You can buy already made Puff Pastry by Pepperidge Farmin the freezer isle
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I am born and lived half of my life in Germany (Bavaria), and then the South East of the US. I like to travel, especially in Europe and enjoy the different cultures and the cuisine. I also love to cook, so when I am home, I write about my adventures and recreate the recipes I was served in Restaurants while abroad.
I also paint, mainly scenes the landscape and architecture and also have a passion in making Glass Mosaic art (GermaniaDesign.com). I started this Blog because my friends and family have been asking me about my travel adventures and pictures.
My Motto: I travel not to escape Life, but for Life not to escape me