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A wonderful, fancy and super easy to prepare appetizer that'll definitely impress. Just don't do like me and injure yourself removing the rind top from the Brie.
I started with an e-mail containing this link . From eggplant , where many new obsessions start and are shared.
I admit, I mostly wanted to make these because they're sooooooooo cute!! See, I usually prefer airy donuts (not sure what they're officially called), not cake donuts (with the exception of a glazed old fashioned, I don't know why).
Making a childhood favorite, like these Slim Mints, is not difficult, but it does take some organization. After the peppermint cookies have baked and cooled, prepare your workspace for chocolate dipping: Lay your parchment-lined baking sheets out.
When I say the name Alice Medrich, what do you think of?
We had a cookie exchange at work this week and I contributed these cocoa meringue cookies with chocolate ganache filling.
Day 353. I don't think I've been this excited to share a post since the crockpot falafels . I was pretty sure when I began this project that tamales would work in the crock, but wanted to wait until closer to the holidays so I could tie them together with one of my favorite children's books, Too Many Tamales , by Gary Soto .
Kheer is the most common name for the many different puddings concocted from condensed milk, sugar and various other ingredients in India, but it is also known by many regional names such as phirni, payasa and kushmanda. By any name, however, kheer is not only delicious, but is considered to be sacred by many Hindus, not only because it is made of milk–which is a staple food for Indian vegetarians, but because it is also used as an offering in temples, most particularly, in temples devoted to Krishna. One of Krishna’s epithets is Govinda, meaning “one who cares for the cows,” and he is often depicted as a cowherder, playing flute to soothe his charges, and to beguile the Gopis, his female devotees who also tended the cows of their village, Vrindavan.