...whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. Phil 4:8
Ohhhh, YOU were doing the teaching! Why does this make me laugh? Not because I don't think that you are an excellent teacher because I know you are. I think it's because I was thinking how nice it would be for you to relax and watch some celebrity chef. Now you are the celebrity chef. How cool is that? I'm thinking you might be meeting up with Anne and Al again soon.
I am doing way too much "thinking" today...
The paska look wonderful. I'm sure everyone enjoyed them!
I loved it, It was great! I've got all my ingredients- and now that I've seen it done, I've got no excuses!!! Ken says 'thanks!' for the samples, and he's super pumped about the prospect of paska and zwieback coming out of our oven!!!
Thank you for sharing your gift of cooking and your love of our heritage foods!!! You have inspired me :)
So glad it was a successful evening and looking forward to the details! Hope you have a restful weekend Lovella. xo
Those paska buns look delicious..I want one!I think it's time I bake paska and peppernut buns.
What a wonderful evening of engaging with the audience. The best is yet to come...as the excitement begins to escalate with MGCC.
Yummo! I'm not exactly sure what 'Paska' is but I'm pretty sure I'd like it! ;) Do I see a cooking show in your future Ms. Louvella?
Paska palooza! I imagine every one of your students are mixing up their own batch right now.Goodness spread across BC!
Way to spread your paska goodness around, Lovella! You did a fine job as paska-coach...and the paska was most yummy, as always.
I with you Lovella, thinking I could work out a post for Monday. I am one tuckered out girl!
This year I MUST try your recipe. All these years I've been reading your blog and not yet tried Paska!!
Checking in on you ... I see it all went well! Looking forward to hearing more!
I also want to tell you that I made paska here today ... so glad you gave me this recipe many years ago! Thank you.
From one who never tasted paska, I want to be one who has a front row seat at the next class:) Seriously, I would love to learn from ones who have mastered this process. Great picture!