My friend Rovshana Samadova took this photo in D.C. and kindly let me use it on my blog.
Another year is almost gone, so unbelievably fast – at least, this is how I felt. And another year is just around the corner. And I hope it will be a great one for every one of you!
I would like to thank all of your for making each year for me extra special – for it is your support and friendship what really fuels my enthusiasm for blogging. I look forward for fresh fuel in the near year as well:)
May the New Year bring joy to your hearts, happiness to your homes, success to all your beginnings. May there never be hunger in the world and may there be peace on earth!
See you in 2012, with more recipes, stories and pictures.
Love to all.
Dear Feride, you know we all love you and thanks to your blog our marriage is safe :))) keep always smiling Wish You Happy New Year!
Happy Holidays to you and Best for the New Year. I love pomigranites too.
Happy New Year to you and those you love~
Love your blog, your recipes and your photo’s, especially those of your Homeland. Thank you so much for sharing your expertise with those of us less fortunate. May the new year bring you health, happiness and keep your love for blogging alive and well.
Very best wishes to you all. May the coming year bring you happiness and fortune. Keep smiling.
Thank YOU – Mahsati, Melanie, Barbara, Gehan!
Best Wishes for a Happy and Healthy New Year!
Consider yourself hugged!
Thanks for your wishes my friend and the same to you and your family.
Have a Happy New Year, Feride.
Happy New Year!
Thank you for this wonderful blog!
Looking forward to your new updates!
Best wishes for the New Year!
wishing you a wonderful year ahead. much love!
Big SALAMLAR from Alaska! Thank you for your lovely blog and Happy New Year to you too! Looking forward to more home recipes! Gula
BIG THANK YOU to ALL of you!
I made this today and the taste was amazing although I had a issue that I could not figure out.
The dough was not binding together. It was dry lumps almost like I need to add more butter to make it stick together.
Did i mess on something?
to the above comment: I forgot to name the recipe.
I made apple cinnamon roll ups
I melted the butter and measured it.. is that how you are suppose to do it.
ASRA – You are not supposed to melt the butter. As the recipe says, let it soften at room temperature. It will be very soft and there is no need to melt it.