If Christmas is near, then it’s time to make stollen. I found the most amazing recipe in a Bavarian cookbook. I wish you could taste it!
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If you have to ask what a kringle is, you are probably not from the Midwest. And if you know what a kringle is, you know you want one from Racine.
We received a beautiful box of Southern Pecans for Christmas, and I immediately made a fragrant and wonderful nut mix with rosemary.
Looking for a last minute New Year’s Eve nibble? These baked almonds have a delectable flavor from dry sherry, orange peel, sugar, and nutmeg.
Wouldn’t you love a mushroom cookie for Christmas? If you could taste these, I know you would! And the master baker of them is one of my lovely readers!
Almond Stick Cookies are made for Christmas! They are buttery, crunchy, double almond flavors, and make great gifts from your kitchen.
Lingonberry Quick Bread makes a great gift from your kitchen. It’s filled with lingonberry jam, cardamom, and other wonderful flavors!
My Great-Aunt Margery’s Klegens are a Christmas tradition is our family. Klegens are fun (and addictive!) bite-sized crunchy anise cookies.
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