this recipe was used by the girl scouts of philadelphia in the early 1930’s who baked their own cookies to be sold at the first cookie sale. girl scouts in uniform were seen in the window of the philadelphia gas company preparing these cookies for baking.
over the years i have changed this recipe by adding and taking away ingredients. you can add lots of things to these and make them your own, bean sprouts, mushrooms, peppers, sausage, etc. these are always requested by relatives, once you get the hand of
this recipe has been a "fixer-upper" for a long time now. have being playing around with ingredients and quantities and can't tell you where i found the original recipe. this is by no-means diet friendly!
you can melt a slice of this butter over meat, poultry or fish while grilling or just as the meat comes off the grill. or for something unique, spread some on french bread, sprinkle lightly with parmesan cheese and pop it under the broiler for a twist on
food always tastes better when it looks good! this garlic bread is so yummy, and it's really pretty. people are always impressed when i serve it. the paprika is more for looks than anything...the flavor is really subtle.
a great summer dish with fresh, local and organic ingredients! do not be fooled by the long list of ingredients. this recipe is very easy and incredibly tasty, inspired by the sharp, tangy flavors of asian cooking. a wok would be ideal, but a good skille
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