Friday, February 20, 2009

New Posters - Krhki flancati

Upon several requests I decided to make two posters (one vertical and one horizonstal), with photos and detailed information on how to make Slovenian Pastry called “Krhki Flancati”, that you will be able to frame and hang on your kitchen wall.

They can be ordered here:
Mirjam’s Posters

Wednesday, February 18, 2009


I just added two new Recipes to my Website: a Slovenian Dish called: KRHKI FLANCATI (Fried Rectangles) and one of my American family favorites: AUNTY MARY’S CHEESY POTATOES
Here are the Recipes:

1. KRHKI FLANCATI (Fried Rectangles)
- for about 30 pieces

30 dkg of all purpose flour (about 2 cups)
5 egg yolks
2 tablespoon of sour cream
1 tablespoon of rum
1 tablespoon of lemon juice
5 tablespoon of white wine
1 tablespoon of powdered sugar
A bit less than a teaspoon of salt
Powdered sugar for sprinkling on top
Oil for frying

- for 8 to 10 people


2 pounds of defrosted Hash-brown potatoes (shredded potatoes)
¾ stick of butter or margarine
1 can of Cream of Chicken Soup
2 cups of Cheddar Cheese
1 teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon pepper
12 ounces of sour cream
Half a box of crushed Cornflakes
¼ cup of breadcrumbs

If you need more information about these two dishes, than visit my website and through photos and detailed descriptions of each step, find out how to make them:

Mirjam’s World presents: Recipes: KRHKI FLANCATI (Fried Rectangles)

Mirjam’s World presents: Recipes: AUNTY MARY’S CHEESY POTATOES

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Thursday, February 5, 2009

New On My Web Site: Amish World – Intercourse, PA

The Amish are a religious group that has its beginnings in one of the Anabaptist groups that started in 16th Century in Swiss. Each community is slightly different – some are very strict and some not so much. Traditional Amish do not have electricity or phone and use horses and mules as means of transportation. They wear traditional clothing; men wear hats and long beards and women have covered heads and long skirts…

To find out more about my Amish-Intercourse, PA experience and see some of my photographs please visit my webpage at:

Mirjam’s World presents: Amish World – Intercourse, PA

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Wednesday, February 4, 2009

New On My Web Site: Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe is one of the few American cities with the unique American architecture. Most of the houses are built in the Spanish Pueblo Revival style, which elements came mostly from local adobe buildings, built by the Indians hundreds of years ago (even their McDonalds is built in this style). With its flat roofs, thick round walls and worm reddish-brown colors, they blend perfectly with the surrounding dessert...

To find out more about my Santa Fe experiences and see some of my photographs please visit my webpage at:

Mirjam’s World presents: Santa Fe, NM

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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

New On My Web Site: Oatman, AZ

Oatman turned out to be a small, no, not small but tiny desert town with its 49 houses, all huddled under the mountains and lined up by the main street, dust covering everything and everybody, looking just like one of those towns that you usually only see in the old western movies…

To find out more about my Oatman, AZ experience and see some of my photographs please visit my webpage at:

Mirjam’s World presents: Oatman, AZ

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New Posters: Birds and Alligators

I have just added six new posters to my Online – Imagekind – Gallery.
Check them out at:

Mirjam's Imagekind Gallery

1. Waiting For Things To Happen
(I took this photo in Gatorland, FL, where birds seem to live in harmony with alligators…)

2. The Eye Of A Monster
(This photo was taken about two feet from the alligator’s head. Luckily there was a fence between the two of us…)

3. and 4. Yellow Feet and White Feathers
(Snowy Egret looking for the last meal as the sun is setting and the darkness is moving in…)

5. Spiked Feathers
(Wood Stork is peacefully waiting for the evening to come…)

6. Blue Interrupted
(Watching these majestic, slow moving monsters peacefully moving across the pond gives you a false sense of security…)

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