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    review for Simple Yet Elegant Babylonian Apricot Jewels

    Mme M
    Wed Dec 20, 2006 4:49 am
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    I have made "Simple yet Elegant Babylonian Apricot Jewels" from Mirj's North African and Middle Eastern collection. This is a fabulous recipe! I made the exact recipe for one part , then I altered it for three parts of the recipe. Why? My husband was complaining that I had nut skins in my ground cashews (allergies!). So, I used ground almonds without skins, and used dried strawberries along with the raisins and lemon zest. Out of this world. I think it would make a fabulous and original cake filling.

    Happy Hannukah to Mirj, the chef. You have a wonderful recipe collection, which I am going to be borrowing from. What is your best, most authentic NY knish recipe...that is, if you ate deli food and have a collection?
    Mme M
    Wed Dec 20, 2006 5:05 am
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