I got this recipe from smittenkitchen.com and am putting it here so I will always be able to find it. It makes the most wonderful, chewy, fudgey cookies. A definite keeper.
*The recipe says to use parchment paper on the cookie sheets, but I didn't. I allowed them to sit on the cookie sheet for about 1 minute before transferring them to the cooling rack and it worked just fine.
My sister gave me this recipe several years ago. She got it from a women's magazine but unfortunately I can't remember which one. This is my favorite recipe for german pancake, it comes out of the oven puffed up huge and tastes wonderful with powdered sugar and fresh squeezed lemon juice on top.
These are well-seasoned skewers of chicken or lamb that are traditional upstate New York fare. This must be started at least 3 days in advance but don't let that scare you off, it's well worth the wait. I got this recipe from the busy cooks website 7 years ago. I can't find it on their site anymore so I'm posting it here in case I ever lose my copy. We like to eat ours with greek salad all wrapped up together in a grilled pita. Prep time does not include marinating time. This is very very good. Enjoy!