That’s Parmesan cheese on the top of the crust. I heated them in the oven at 350 using my cast iron skillet.
“* 350° Bakery is a small batch bakery in Pittsburgh’s southside. 350° specializes in classic scratch-made treats that take you back to childhood- flaky pies, beautiful layer cakes, fudgy brownies, sticky buns, cookie sandwiches- we’ve perfected all your favorites. We understand the importance of quality, so we start all of our baked goods with the best ingredients. We use local cage-free eggs as well as fruits and vegetables from local farms. Dairy products are local and free of hormones, and our dry ingredients are carefully sourced from local distributors. Our baked goods are made with integrity and it comes through with every bite.” From the Harvie Farms Website
Incorporating air into egg whites creates soft then stiff peaks. A good stress reliever. Whisking egg whites. No copper bowl on hand. This was before the Kitchen-Aid mixer head was secured by my friend.
When I was visiting family in Berlin, we went around the corner to Kiez Eis . It was there I tasted Spargel Eis in but I did not order a whole ice cream cone of that flavor. We visited the Spargel Capital in Germany where mounds of earth covered the stalks so the asparagus was white instead of green.