Sirups kager, a Danish spice cookie "as brown as a reindeer," was a humble but coveted Christmas prize enjoyed by her grandfather in Denmark, writes our contest winner, Julie K. Cook, of Chicago.
Holiday cookies that can be found in Danish, Denmark, Dane, European, and Scandinavian cuisines. The recipe is from Food Down Under's website and included in Zaar World Tour 2005 swap.
I found this wonderful sounding fudge recipe on Jewish-Food Recipe Archives website. At the bottom of the recipe this was noted "This recipe is from The Loyal Family Circle Cookbook, which was put together by the Rhode Island branch of my family. Contributors came from all over the U.S. (Recipe from: Joyce Douglas)From: Goldtag1@aol.com" and thank you goldtag1!! Another recipe that will be included in the Zaar World Tour 2005 swap.
The Art of Cookery website is where this recipe was found. Along with the recipe this tip was included: This dish is really rather filling in itself. Never serve it after an onion soup, for example, or with a substantial main course such as peppery stew or T-bone steak. In the winter-time you could even serve it as a first course. Another great recipe that will be included in the Zaar World Tour 2005.
The Art of Cookery website is where this recipe was found and is followed by a tip for those of us watching our fiqures. Pears and cheese as a starter will stimulate both appetite and taste buds, so this is best for those who are not watching their weight. Even if you are worried about the waistline though, don't deny yourself this delicious combination, you can still enjoy it but as a main course. This recipe will be included in the Zaar World Tour swap game.
This recipe was posted by grinkc at recipegoldmine.com, "Although not a true spumoni ice cream this dessert is so easy, delicious and pretty. Freeze solid for an ice cream texture or partially frozen for a mousse like texture. I like to make this for my family on a festive occasions." This recipe will be included in the Zaar World Tour 2005 Swap.
A very tasty dish, the flavor of the tuna salad with the marinated green beans is one you just cant miss. Chilling in the refrigerator overnight is best but could be ready to serve in one to two hours.