paper thin swedish ginger cookies.
these are my hubby's favorite christmas cookies. his great aunt gin used to make them for him every year and it just isn't christmas without them. she always made green christmas trees and pink wreaths because those were her two favorite colors. since the
these are really close to the real thing. my family was in heaven! they're great for dinner, football parties, or kid's birthday parties. i'm not real fond of white castle myself but i gobbled these up. note: to freeze: assemble hamburgers less the cond
this recipe is for people who are more into spicy desi food. u can serve these kababs as appetizers, with daal chawal or even make bun kababs from them. for people who like their kababs crispier they can roll the kababs in bread crumbs after dippen them i
this is a recipe that has been handed down through generations. at least 6 generations of women in my family has had and made these biscuits. i like this recipe because once you have had these, you won't want another biscuit to go with a roast, thanksgivi
i have been using this recipe for years...no idea where i got it...the credit belongs to someone other than me, though. these are at their best sliced warm over salad greens and served with ginger dressing (the kind you get at the "japanese" restaurant).
chunks of leftover bread in a buttery, creamy, cinnamon-laced custard . yum! this recipe is so easy to throw together and is great for breakfast or dessert. recipe is from marcy goldman, excellent baking cookbook, "the new best of betterbaking.com"
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