from a food network "calling all cooks" segment several years ago as made by inglill mutti with my alterations. these are about as swedish as they get and my once a year must make recipe each christmas season. this joins my top ten favorite recipes! two tips: cardamom can be expensive & hard to find. i finally found it at "wild oats" where bulk spices are sold by the ounce. i also use tyler florence's recipe for the accompanying lingonberry sauce, another hard to find item. i found 2 brands at cost plus world market, and i also hear it's sold at ikea if there's one near you.
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another delicious recipe from my wonderful mother, who has always been a supurb cook! i remember her making this when i was a child and i look foward to serving this at future dinner parties. a lovely beef stroganoff is always sure to impress!
i got this recipe from my sister, kelly. light and eggy, delicious and moist. perfect every time. easy to toss in an extra banana, a handful of chocolate chips or some flax seeds. works just fine with whole wheat flour and brown sugar. i have even
from the festive bread book by kathy cutler. i made this the first time in honor of a swiss colleague who was interning with us. i asked her if it was like birnbrot at home and she laughed and said that it was not, but that it was very good. i'm not sure
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