Marianna Czuczay

Marianna Czuczay

Marianna Czuczay
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Meyer Lemon Brûlée Tart with Shortbread Crust is a stunningly delicious little dessert. Sweet, but not too much. Light with citrusy lemon. Buttery shortbread crust. All topped off with a crispy caramel Brûléed sugar top. Oh, it's like heaven on a plate!

Meyer Lemon Brûlée Tart with Shortbread Crust is a stunningly delicious little dessert. Sweet, but not too much. Light with citrusy lemon. Buttery shortbread crust. All topped off with a crispy caramel Brûléed sugar top. Oh, it's like heaven on a plate!

THE ROMANOVS RESIDENCES ~ Amber Room of the residence of Empress Catherine II in Pushkin Tsarskoye Selo, the 18th century

THE ROMANOVS RESIDENCES ~ Amber Room of the residence of Empress Catherine II in Pushkin Tsarskoye Selo, the 18th century

Anyukám tökéletesre fejlesztett bejglije, rengeteg köszönő levelet kaptam már miatta. Aki eddig nem találta meg az... - MindenegybenBlog

Anyukám tökéletesre fejlesztett bejglije, rengeteg köszönő levelet kaptam már miatta. Aki eddig nem találta meg az... - MindenegybenBlog

Historic St Petersburg, Russia

Historic St Petersburg, Russia

The bell tower of St Nicholas Naval Cathedral, St Petersburg, Russia

The bell tower of St Nicholas Naval Cathedral, St Petersburg, Russia

10 Things to do in Porto, Portugal (don't miss any of them!)

10 Things to do in Porto, Portugal (don't miss any of them!)

3 Ingredient Fruit Cake Recipe thelinkssite.com

3 Ingredient Fruit Cake Recipe thelinkssite.com

Palacio de Catalina la Grande en Pushkin, conociendo el salón de Ámbar

Palacio de Catalina la Grande en Pushkin, conociendo el salón de Ámbar

Saint-Petersburg

Saint-Petersburg

The Malachite Room in St Petersburg Winter Palace, designed in the late 1830s by the architect Alexander Briullov for use a formal reception room for the Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna, wife of Nicholas I. It replaced the Jasper Room, which was destroyed in the fire of 1837.

The Malachite Room in St Petersburg Winter Palace, designed in the late 1830s by the architect Alexander Briullov for use a formal reception room for the Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna, wife of Nicholas I. It replaced the Jasper Room, which was destroyed in the fire of 1837.