Guess That Pastry – 2009 – Warmup


Post by WildSnow.com blogger | January 7, 2009      

I just wanted some sweet calories washed down with a couple of cappuccinos — after a chilly ski tour above Alpbach, Austria. For that sort of thing Manfred likes to stop in at the historic Boeglerhof Hotel located across the street form Alpbach’s historic 500 year old church. Instead of classic Austrian pastries, Boeglerhof served a few of the more French persuasion. Anyone guess the name of this one? Should be easy for you experts out there.

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It's rolled, French and orange, anyone know the answer? Should be easy, a warmup for tougher ones later.



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10 Responses to “Guess That Pastry – 2009 – Warmup”

  1. Adam Shilman January 7th, 2009 11:25 am

    Orange Marmalade Swiss Roll?

  2. dave downing January 7th, 2009 11:36 am

    I can tell you that it’s NOT a twinkie!

  3. Andrew Sweet January 7th, 2009 12:25 pm

    omelette norvegienne?

  4. gillesleskieur January 7th, 2009 12:41 pm

    roulade a l’orange

  5. Lou January 7th, 2009 12:46 pm

    I thought you guys would be quick and you are: roulade a l’orange

    It hit the spot. But I would have liked something radical and Austrian instead. Had something last night that qualified, perhaps again tomorrow. So plenty of blog fodder coming!

  6. Frank R January 7th, 2009 4:36 pm

    Try some pitiza. Seen it spelled a few different ways. My relatives used to make it, though I haven’t had any for too long. Sweet, dense bread with cinnamon, finely minced nuts, raisins and whatever else someone wants to throw in it. Stretch the dough, pack it up with goodies, roll it and then they wet it and rolled in pastry dough so the outside was all crispy and flaky. When my great-grandmother used to make it I’d never even get a taste…always disappeared sometime between my dad walking in the door and the rest of us making our way into her house. Yep, ol’ pa was a pitiza junkie…wondered why he always had to go check on the garage when Gram was baking the good stuff.

    Lou, my Gram’s house was in downtown Crested Butte…You know the house with the garage covered in license plates? That was hers…she is the one who collected and put all the plates up. Guess it is a pricey B&B now.

  7. Mark January 8th, 2009 10:58 pm

    Sorry, but I never consumed one while recently in France and didn’t catch the cool French name.

  8. Elisabeth January 9th, 2009 8:39 am

    Hello,

    if it was filled with apricot jam, it is called “Marillenroulade”.

    Happy to see you liked my country and all its “strange” cultural habits…

  9. trifels January 9th, 2009 9:29 am

    Lucky you are – you have readers in Austria – This is a simple “Biskuitroulade”. Besides the Böglerhof is a quite nice Hotel in Alpbach…

  10. Rudi January 12th, 2009 10:24 am

    +1 on “Biskuitroulade” and apricot jam filling. But then I’m from Vienna. Same country as Alpbach, but a few valleys from there, so completely different culture..

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