Explore the world from the comfort of your own kitchen with these five tasty ways to celebrate Christmas.
Named for Linz, Austria, the linzertorte is the oldest pastry in the world, dating back to at least 1653. This version features
rich almond flavor and a blackberry jam filling. Frohe Weihnachten! Merry Christmas!Recipe: Linzertorte
Bûche de Noël
Bûche de noël is the traditional French Christmas cake. Slather a freshly baked sheet cake with chocolate buttercream frosting, then carefully roll it up into a
log shape and cover with more frosting. Sprinkle with crushed pistachios (meant to look like moss) and decorate the cake with
"mushrooms" made from meringue. Joyeaux Noel!Recipe: Bûche de Noël
Mini Cranberry Panettones
This Italian sweet bread originally hails from Milan and is a Christmas favorite. A yeast-based dough is brightened with fresh flavors
from orange rind, dried cranberries, and crystallized ginger. Baked in muffins tins, these little wonders are easy to serve
and a great excuse to have seconds. Buone Feste Natalizie!Recipe: Mini Cranberry Panettones
This fruit loaf is a Christmas classic in Scandanavia. It's packed with almonds, raisins, and candied citrus rind for a festive
flavor explosion. Top it all off with a powdered sugar glaze and you'll be ready to celebrate the season like a true Dane.
Glaedelig Jul!Recipe: Julekage