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Old 12-20-2013, 10:10 PM
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Make them for your family ! They will appreciate your effort. Home made beats out of a box or store bought any day.
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Old 12-20-2013, 11:23 PM
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Bout to run to the store here so I can make cheesecake stuffed chocolate covered strawberries for my gf... Tomorrow is our anniversary
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Traditional family Xmas cookies....Krumkake
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God Yule !!!
Those look like the cookies my Grandmother used to make but she had powdered sugar on them. Good memories!

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She even had a griddle like yours!
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Old 12-21-2013, 08:39 AM
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Those look like the cookies my Grandmother used to make but she had powdered sugar on them. Good memories!

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Boy, did that jump be back in the day. My Mother in Law (long since past) and I used to make those for the Family Christ's Mass Dinner 'afters.' Dab of frozen Sherbert in the cup and 'pop it back.'

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Those look like the cookies my Grandmother used to make but she had powdered sugar on them. Good memories!

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Right before eating the krumkake I'll whip heavy cream and sugar to almost the consistency of butter and stuff the cones.

If I'm a mind too it, I'll sometimes make Fattigman (poor mans cookie), a fried dough cookie. These get smothered in powered sugar like your grandma's...Yum.
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nice looking goodies guys!
those krumkake bring back allot of fond child hood memories.

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I know those cookies are a Norwegian thing but my grandparents were from Germany. Later in life I found out that my grandmother grew up on a German Island off the coast of Norway and that's the Norwegian influence in her baking!
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Every year 'bout this time there's a leftover ham bone from xmas in the fridge and with 4-5 hours work it turns into Red Beans and Rice...........

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Accompany with a chilled glass of White Zin and top it all off with a chocolate truffle. Comfort food !
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A couple from the archives...

Chicken Marsala with mushrooms over sautéed spinach with onions topped with diced tomatoes.
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Lamb chops marinated in cumin, coriander, black pepper and olive oil with grilled tomatoes..

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Ziti with Grilled chicken in a garlic cream sauce with capers, tossed salad, french baguette.

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