Whether they come from Washington or Idaho, my family enjoys potatoes in almost any form! This recipe came from one of those sample packs sent in the mail. I'm not sure what the original name was but my family loves NW Slicey Potatoes! They are especially good with meatloaf, barbecue, or any other beef dish.
Fresh berries are prolific in the Pacific Northwest during the summer, but we freeze them to use all year round. These are delectable in them morning or at teatime. The muffin is the perfect support for a mixture of raspberries, blueberries and blackberries, for a change try a single type. Fresh or frozen berries can be used. The topping is an extra delight, but can be ommited.
I use Washington potatoes but any good russet works well. This has been a great side dish that everyone loves and it is perfect for a potluck. I've always made this in my Cuisinart, no need to wash between steps. The prep time is for using a food processor, but you can do it the old fashioned way too!
I had these for the first time on the deck at my brother and sister-in-law's home in S. Cal. They had such a declicous flavor, and eating outside made them even better. Enjoy them with fruit and whipped cream or your favorite syrup. If you want an even lighter texture you can seperate the eggs, whip the whites and fold them in at the end; my SIL always mixes them in whole and they are wonderful!
I love raspberry and almonds together! I adapted this recipe from one I found on America's Test Kitchen. Toasting the nuts adds great flavor so don't skip this step. This recipe is easily doubled and would then be made in a 15" jelly roll pan.
The same day I found out that ZWT3 would be going to Scandinavia my friend Donna served these at Bible study. The are a thin, rich sugar cookie. The Swedish vanilla sugar is an unusual ingredient that may take some hunting to find. Lyle's golden syrup is available at many grocers.
I used to have this at The Sanctuary in Chinook, WA. The owner and chef was of Norwegian descent, and with all the elegant dishes I had there, this simple dessert was what I remember most. She always served these upright in wine glasses. Time does not include preparing the Krumkake cones.
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