oriental style one-dish dinner for entertaining, make this in your fanciest skillet or flameproof casserole to take right to the table from the stove.
as kids we always knew when we were going to have company or there was going to be a bake sale somewhere because mom would make these brownies. they are rich, chocolatey and delicious and best of all make a big pan full.
this is from a cookbook issued by the culinary arts institute in 1949, that my mother used as a young bride. i especially thought these cookies were good, though they do take some time. if you can't find brazil nuts, you could substitute some other variet
a caribbean/guyanese staple, dumplins are also known as "bakes". i don't know how authentic this recipe is and the letter "g" has mysteriously vanished, too; regardless, it's easy to make and good served alongside a savory dish or as a sweet treat with ho
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