from chatelaine magazine. perfect for a hot summer evening! could use orange pekoe tea or your favorite tea instead of green tea!
1957 grand prize winner of the pillsbury bake-off contest.these cookies have an unusual shape because they are baked in sheets of foil folded like a fan. they would be nice in a gift basket.edit: the picture in the cookbook this came from shows them drizz
delicately spiced nuts encased in tender, buttery pastry - even the burst of citrus from the lemon zest is authentic as you would normally find that in the syrup poured over the baklava. easy to make and very good!
the perfect addition to picnics and barbecues! simple and delicious. sure to become one of your favorites. my mother makes this for every family get together. ham could be added, or more ketchup if desired, but try it this way first - you'll love it!
my family first had these yummy almond cookies (pronounced "bait-men-chen") when a german exchange student made them for us at christmas time so she could have a taste of home. she blanched, skinned, and halved the almonds herself, which took most of the
this is a super yummy recipe that intrigues your taste buds with a variety of flavors which come together even better the next day. i've tweaked this recipe a bit each time i've made it. alternatives include swapping orange juice for lime juice or green
my passion is to master the art of cooking sea food. i read about sea life and try to develop recipes worthy of the richness of inhabitants of the seas. this particular recipe is a supermarket "freebie" from the seafood department, generously provided by
my nieces boyfriend made this for us for breakfast this morning, his mother makes it all the time and at first i thought hmmm no, well let me tell you i was wrong! this was so good!!!!! i can't wait to have it again!
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