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Sunday, July 27, 2014

Algerian Pastries / Patisserie Algerienne


My friend, LY, insisted that we didn't leave his home empty-handed and so we left with a platter of some of his mom's homemade Algerian Pastries. I'm not one to say no when offered a gift so I gladly accepted (with a huge smile on my face according to my husband) and counted the kilometers home when I could finally attack the platter! When I finally did, I carefully tasted each pastry. Some I absolutely loved, some I liked less. For example, I loved the ones shaped like a crescent and topped with sesame seeds, while the squarish ones (second from the left) I fancied less. MR followed my suit and he loved the first one (from the left) which was loaded with honey. I'm not a fan of honey, but even I loved the pastry. The only downside of this would be not knowing the pastries' name, so if you are reading this and know it, don't hesitate to share! I could probably go online and find, but I wouldn't know where to begin. When LY handed me the platter, he actually mentioned the names, but I honestly was too busy staring at the goodies and not listening to him! LOL When he finished talking, I snapped back to reality and insisted that I would gladly volunteer to collect any extra or unwanted pastries anytime! :p



As I'm typing right now, nothing is left from the platter. *insert sad face* Knowing that I would never venture making this from scratch at home, I'm just gonna have to wait. I doubt I'm gonna have wait long though. Between my generous neighbors and my equally generous friends, I am pretty spoiled all the time!!!

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