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Posted on | August 1, 2011 | 62 Comments Yes, you read right I mentioned the words healthy and zucchini in connection with brownies.
I don't normally go putting weird things in my cookies but look what happened here. These are just full of chickpeas.
About a month ago, a representative of the Donsuemor Bakery, located in Alameda, California, contacted me about wanting to send me some samples of their baking products and see what I could come up with using them as a ingredients in a dessert.
In about 48 hours, Tom and I will be flying over the east coast on our way to meet up with our friends in NYC, to then pile up in a car and drive 2 hours north towards the Catskill region.
Today I woke up with a craving for corn bread. But I wanted it to be sweet, soft and made with cream of corn.
A little over a week ago I got to go up to The Pioneer Woman’s lodge and partake in a fabulous time of making macarons and a photography workshop for the lovely and talented Helene of the beautiful blog Tartelette . Also if you didn’t know Helene also has a beautiful book out called Plate to Pixel which is all about photography and the craft of food styling. I have never had the opportunity to try a real macaron.
Last Sunday when I met up with my mom to go to the flea market, we also decided we wanted to bake.
At last, I have a new recipe for you in the heavily neglected category of Russian food . How could this have happened, you ask?
Ingredients: 18 Rhodes Dinner Rolls, thawed to room temperature 2 cups Mozzarella Cheese
Photo: Kelly Cline / Istock This slightly sweet corn bread can be served before, during, or at the end of a meal.
If you’re new here, welcome! I’m AmberLee, and Giverslog is my place to share recipes , gift ideas , pretty wrapping ideas, and whatever else is on my mind. I also own an online chocolate shop, The Ticket Kitchen .
The past few weeks I’ve been posting recipes including all of my fall cravings.
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Polvorones are crumbly cookies found across Latin America, Spain and The Philippines. Some of you may know polvorones as Mexican wedding cookies.