Happy Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year (which started at sundown on Wednesday, September 4) to all my Jewish readers!
Rosh Hashanah is a time to reflect on the past and to look toward the future, and honey has long played a significant role in the holiday, symbolizing the hope for a sweet year ahead.
Well guess what is big here in Poland? HONEY!! So why not learn a new Polish recipe that involves honey? I mentioned the food festival that we went to the other weekend that I bought a few jars of honey. This is was perfect recipe to use some of it.
Piernik is a lot like a mild form of gingerbread. I love eating this and specially homemade!
Once again enough taking, on to baking Honey-Spice Cake (Piernik)….
It is a very dense heavy cake but tastes wonderful! So if you are looking for something to do with that honey you have lying around the house, this perfect for you to use it!
I know I have been bad lately about posting recipes. If there are any Polish recipes that you would like to know how to make, leave me a comment to tell me what to cook next!