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LOVEHANDLES CHOCOLATE 

French Fridays with Dorie-Speculoos

December 31, 2010 | French Fridays with Dorie | Permalink

Tweet I was in charge of Christmas day meals. Lemon Ricotta Pancakes for brunch. Sweet Potatoes with Pecans and Goat Cheese for the first afternoon snack. Pineapple Pork Spring Rolls for the later afternoon snack. Dinner was going to be Taiwanese Pork Noodles, but my sister’s neighbor made a snow bar on the street, so […]

French Fridays with Dorie-My Go-To Beef Daube

December 24, 2010 | French Fridays with Dorie | Permalink

Tweet Two weeks ago, my little brother arrived in Zagreb via train, and not without a hilarious story.  More on that later. I knew he would like Zagreb.  Everybody smokes.  Everybody drinks beer.  And, the locals like their meat.  I figured it was a good time to try the Go-To Beef Daube from Around My […]

Mexican Wedding Cookies

December 20, 2010 | Holiday Cookies | Permalink

Tweet I have to admit, I’ve never before made Mexican Wedding Cakes, which doesn’t make much sense because I’ve been collecting holiday cooking magazines for years, and I’m sure I tagged this recipe somewhere.  Rather than digging through this pile, I decided to ask my mother, sister and family friends to share some of their […]

French Fridays with Dorie-Sweet and Spicy Cocktail Nuts

December 16, 2010 | Savory Recipes | Permalink

Tweet This week, I made the Sweet and Spicy Cocktail Nuts from Around My French Table. It’s quick.  It’s easy. It’s a mixture of salty, sweet and spicy. It’s a winner. But be careful once they are out of the oven. I turned my back, and the finished product was mostly gone. That’s a success […]

Food Memories…

December 6, 2010 | Savory Recipes | Permalink

Tweet Most, well all of my memories include food, particularly cookies.  As a child, the first thing I would look for on my Aunt Lillian’s countertop was her cookie jar full of windmill cookies.  The thin, crisp, spicy cookie was is still a favorite of mine.  Don and Dolly, my pseudo grandparents, had a cookie […]