1957 Grand Prize Winner of the Pillsbury Bake-off Contest.These cookies have an unusual shape because they are baked in sheets of foil folded like a fan. They would be nice in a gift basket.Edit: the picture in the cookbook this came from shows them drizzled with chocolate- Now what wouldn't taste better with chocolate!
These are out of this world! I made these to take to the San Francisco Giants game today. Although the Giants didn't win, we left full and happy! The meat in these is very flavorful and gets a nice color from Achiote paste. From my favorite cookbook Baja: Cooking From the Edge.
This makes flavorful tacos. Make sure to cut up some of the grilled pineapple and put it in your taco with the meat. I sometimes make this using my grill pan. Recipe from Tacos by Susan Curtis and Daniel Hoyer.
I love aguas and this one is a little different. The mint makes it refreshing.
Note: To make your glasses look festive you can wet the rim of the glass with water, juice or by running a lime or lemon along the rim. Then, dip the glass in decorative sugar of your choice.
This is a single layer round cake that has a buttery almond flavor and is studded with plums. It is crunchy on the outside and moist and tender inside. It is especially good topped with a few raspberries and whipped cream. From Everyday Greens: Home Cooking from Greens the Celebrated Vegetarian Restaurant.
From TOH Everyday Light Meals cookbook and they suggest serving it with pork for dinner, but I think it would be equally as good for breakfast or brunch. Make sure you allow time for this to be refrigerated overnight.