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Another one of the cookies I make that my sister adores and says she won't visit me on Christmas if I don't make these cookies! So as usual I make them each year
Here are two great Chocolate goodies that I make my family. The Peanut-chocolate tassies I make three or four times a year the family likes them so much!
I love to bake and cook. I make sure I bake for each holiday and when the family wants a treat. I am giving the second part of my series on what I bake. These two cookies have nuts.
I bake a ton of baked goods for Christmas and am going to share many recipes I use. I hope you will like them as my family.
Most people are unaware that sorbets (another name is an "ice") can be served as either a frozen dessert or as a drink with ice crystals in it. It was originally given in between each course to "cleanse the palate" and can be made from any fruit.
This recipe was a simple way people ate their fruits. In the last section is a partial timeline of fruits from the earliest known history through about 1700. There is also one bit of note I also thought the readers might find interesting.
Rysbred literally means "Rice Bread" or "Rice Pancakes". It is a dessert that was common in the Middle Ages and it still is something most modern palates would still enjoy. I generally make up the cinnamon honey the day before to give the flavors time to meld together in a delicious w...
These are 3 recipes that were used (adapted to the modern cook) in the Renaissance, Middle Ages, and before. Sweets were reserved for special holidays as the cost of sugar was extremely high (see sections 4 and 5) so when a person received a small piece of candy it was a VERY BIG DEAL...
In the references from the Middles Ages sometimes the word "cakes" were used (or the equivilent in other languages) for what out modern society calls "cookies" so I've paired the 2 recipes together for that and some similar ingredients. Cookies back then were not very sweet because of...
This dessert is fairly simple to make and delicious to eat. If you'd like to continue the custom of the marzipan pig you can try your own hand, some bakeries can provide one, or you can possibly buy one through the internet. The subject of marzipan used for the pig has an interesting...
Gateau Reine De Saba translates to "Queen of Sheba Cake" which is misleading as the finished produce is actually closer to the world's richest type of almond fudge. People who've told me they were "choco-holics" were unable to eat more that a 5" by 5" piece because it is SOO-OO sweet.
Everyone has a sweet tooth but not everyone has much time to spend making a dessert so here's 2 easy to make recipes using some of the simplest ingredients. They are baked in a water bath (like the image in the first section which is easy to make.
These little babies are great to send with your child for a school bake sale, or class party. Way Less Messy Than Traditional Ice Cream Cones! Try them at your child's next birthday party, and make an activity out of it. Along with the Best Ever Frosting, that goes so well with anythi...
This time I want to share the cake recipe that you can probably try making it at home without having to buy into a pastry shop. because this cake is not too put on a lot of material in the making. and very easy to make. The following I will give you a pancake recipe that may be you ca...
Barley Corn Soup is a light dessert for everyone. It is high insoluble fibre, nutritious, taste light, cool and refreshing during hot weather. Barley Corn Soup is easy to prepare with barley seeds, corn kernels, sugar and water.
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