A mouth-watering Victoria sponge cake…

Hello my readers! How have you been? Yesterday I wrote a post about Queen Victoria’s Day in Canada and I reckoned that I present you my (a bit) healthy recipe for a conservative, delicious and tender Victoria sponge cake! The Victoria sandwich cake (it is the other name for it) is a kind of light and Read more about A mouth-watering Victoria sponge cake…[…]

One a penny, two a penny! Hot cross buns!

Hi everyone! How have you been? Last Thursday I wrote a post about Easter in England and I thought that I may share with you my recipe for traditional and appetising hot cross buns! I suppose you’ll manage to do that on your own. Enjoy your meal! A recipe: Hot cross buns For the yeast Read more about One a penny, two a penny! Hot cross buns![…]

Easter traditions in the United States

Hello! How is it going? How are your preparations for Easter breakfast? Today, I’m going to set you out some facts about Easter customs in the United States. Are they completely different than our, European traditions? I believe you’ll enjoy this reading. How do Americans celebrate Easter? Usually, Christian Americans attend Easter Sunday church service Read more about Easter traditions in the United States[…]

Easter is coming… – holiday customs in the UK

Hi bloggers! During this tough time, it is pretty difficult for us to think about the enchanting spirit of Easter. I am so depressed that we are splitting up. It is so understandable for me but, on the other hand, that situation makes me miserable. I decided to cheer you up and let you feel Read more about Easter is coming… – holiday customs in the UK[…]