Taller de repostería tradicional alemana de Navidad

Repostería tradicional alemana de Navidad

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Del 10 al 12 de diciembre celebraremos en A Casa da Eira un taller de repostería tradicional alemana de Navidad. Lunas de vainilla, estrellas de canela o los spekulatius de inspiración holandesa con su especial mezcla de especias. Prepararemos las masas siguiendo recetas tradicionales y con los moldes de motivos navideños confeccionamos las galletas. Al final de curso cada participante se lleva su selección de galletas recién horneadas y el coleccionario de recetas. Y por qué no aprovechar para preparar unos originales y personales regalos de navidad. Basta con unas bolsas de papel o latas navideñas y listo está el obsequio. El taller se lleva a cabo durante todo el día del sábado 11 de diciembre y el domingo por la mañana preparamos un desayuno especial del tercer adviento. El número mínimo de particpantes es de cuatro y el precio para las dos noches en habitación de matrimonio en régimen de alojamiento y desayuno es de 150€ incluyendo el taller de respostería tradicional alemana de Navidad. Ver también la agenda en nuestra web.

Workshop on traditional German Christmas cookiesPosted on December 5, 2010 by acasadaeiraFrom December 10 to 12 we celebrate at A Casa da Eira a workshop on traditional German Christmas cookies. Vanilla moons, cinnamon stars or the Dutch inspired Spekulatius with its special blend of spices. We prepare traditional recipes and use the typical Christmas molds to make the cookies. At the end of the course each participant gets its own selection of freshly baked cookies and recipes collection. The workshop takes place all day Saturday, December 11 and Sunday morning we prepare a special “third Advent” breakfast. Minimum number of particpants is four and the price for two person/two nights in double room with breakfast is 150 € including traditional German Christmas pastry workshop. See also the agenda on our website.

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A midsummer dream This is probably the best way to describe how A Casa da Eira saw the light. It just happened that once again we were combing the villages of the Riberira Sacra area when suddenly we found the house which, in the future, would be our bed&breakfast. Or should we better say the house found us. Immediately we were captivated by its long chestnut-wood balcony, its sand-coloured granite stone walls and the situation of the village at the upper part of the River Sil Canyon. It only took us one night to decide that this would be the place where we wanted to start our new life project. And it has been since 2001 that we have been sharing it with all our visitors.
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