this is a really nice way to use pork. very tasty.
when i was a bartender people always commented that i made the best mixed drinks. one of my requested mixed drinks was my version of the amaretto sour. my “secret” was the addition of 7-up which i think gave the drink a gentle fizz that broke up the syrup
this was prepared on andreas viestad's cooking show, "new scandinavian cooking", and it's a bit different than you may expect of the cuisine... it's definitely more garlicky than i would have thought. and despite all the vodka, it's not boozy at all. in f
to save assembly time, make the pistachios ahead of time and store in the refrigerator in an airtight container or you could use an equal amount of chopped toasted pistachios. cook's illustrated had this recipe in their nov/dec 2006 edition.
i posted a request for a recipe similar to this and then “googled” it for days. this is what i found that i think is pretty close to the pumpkin that was served on a buffet in a japanese restaurant in los vegas. i can't wait to try it.
classic comfort food. i remember making these in home ec back in the day. god i hated junior high and would never want to relive that torture: but those cookies were good! that good to make me want to remember it. and we didn't keep bisquick in my house s
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