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Rich-KD8WCB

Thursday 24th of December 2020

My wife graciously shares Her kitchen with me when I get the urge to do some cooking and baking. I just completed a Stollen bread in a dutch oven that included items that I used, fruit and nuts. It turned out rather good. Chris and her mom both loved the bread. It remined me of my days in German where we would shop at the "VerKauft" (sp) store where they had the greatest bakery deli on the wayout. I remembered the Christmas we traveled to Heildleberg for Christmas shopping with friends and remember the Stollen bread. I was so happy to see your posted recipe for the bread. I intend to give it an attempt to help pull everyone's spirits up this year as we endure the virus pandemic. I am an amateur radio operator and have lost several friends this year. Hopefully, I can help make things better in my little way. Thank you so much for sharing your recipe!

Cate, International Desserts Blog

Tuesday 29th of December 2020

I'm so glad you liked it! :) I know what you mean - making and eating Stollen always transports me back to Germany. I'm so sorry to hear that you've lost friends this year. It's been a heartbreaking year. Let's hope 2021 is much, much better!

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