A heart shaped box hand molded from our unique mix or European chocolate filled with an assortment of six of our handmade chocolate truffles. Box comes gift wrapped and ready...
Heart shaped butter cookies with fondant icing and assorted words and phrases written in white chocolate.
Vanilla cake with layers of Mango mousse and Passion Fruit Mousse all in an indivual heart shaped serving. Decorations may vary. *Refrigerate until served
Vanilla cake with layers of Mango mousse and Passion Fruit Mousse make for a delicious and refreshing dessert. Decorations may vary. *Refrigerate until served
A heart shaped vanilla sponge cake filled with lemon filling, iced with vanilla buttercream and garnished with coconut.
A heart shaped cake filled with chocolate buttercream and iced with chocolate fudge. Available with chocolate or vanilla cake.
A 1 pound tin of our handmade German butter cookies makes the perfect addition to your party table or a great gift for friends, family, coworkers and colleagues. * available
A tray of our handmade German butter cookies makes the perfect addition to your party table or a great gift for friends, family, coworkers and colleagues. * available
Our Irish soda bread goes great along side a meal of corned beef and cabbage or simply toasted with butter in the morning. Available in three varieties: Plain Raisin Caraway...
Our European vanilla sponge cake filled with chocolate buttercream, iced with vanilla buttercream and decorated as a leprechaun face!
As we begin the New Year, the newspapers are full of stories tracking the stock market's momentous plunge. If it isn't about the stock market, it is about the presidential caucus in Iowa and if not that, the lead content of Flint, Michigan's water supply. All very scary and upsetting stories. However, the story that scared me the most was an article in the Wall Street Journal on 1/6/16 about the Kodak campus in Rochester. You see, since it's bankruptcy, Kodak is no longer using all of the Kodak campus. "The story of how Kodak went South is the stuff of business school case studies, but it (Kodak) didn't weather the rise of digital photography well - despite having invented the technology" said Keach Hagely.
Carole and I were trimming our tree when she asked if we had any Christmas music to play. The new house doesn't have any stereo capabilities as of yet so I searched for German Christmas music on my laptop. What came up was "Silent Night" as played on the zither. It brought tears to my eyes and a flood of memories. Pictured above is my father playing his zither. You can also see pffernusse and a ginger bread house in the background.
Every Christmas Eve, Dad would play Christmas carols but the one that had the most empathy was "Silent Night." We would all...
As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, we face some disturbing news from around the globe. How do we celebrate a generally joyous holiday amongst the turmoil ? How do we put it in perspective ?