I can't remember where I originally got this recipe from. There's a little bit of fussing to make them look cute, but it's worth it, especially for company! But even without the fussing, you can make them simpler and they still taste just as good. If you like almond flavoring, you'll love these cookies! (Prep time includes 1 hour chill time.)
I got this recipe from a co-worker who brought these to work one day, and I loved them. The anise flavor is very delicate. Then I lost the recipe for years. And now that I have found it again, I share it with you and hope you like the cookies as much as I do! Prep time includes 1 hour chill time.
This delicious side dish is a real change of pace. The rice soaks up the juice from the apples and becomes plump and sweet. Leftovers can be used for breakfast, hot or cold, served with a dollop of yogurt. Recipe from the cookbook Lean and Luscious and Meatless.
I found this recipe online. It's from a Bed and Breakfast in North Vancouver called A Touch Of English. I haven't tried it yet, but, being a big breakfast person, I plan on trying it very soon. I think you'll agree that it looks yummy!
An inexpensive way to serve beef rouladen using cube steaks. Also less fat as these are grilled or broiled rather than browned in oil. These can be made up ahead of time. They're best when done over charcoal. Prep time includes marinating time.
This is a creamy, maple version of one of the oldest New England desserts on record. Take a bite and close your eyes, and you'll feel like you're back in colonial days. Served warm with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. It comes from Maple Syrup Cookbook by Ken Haedrich.