Posts Tagged ‘Sugar’

Matzo Crack

Last year on Passover my comrade-in-arms, Susan, and her husband and daughter came to our Seder. She brought with her a bag of mazto crackers that had caramelized sugar and salt on them. Never having had this particular concoction before I smiled, said thank you, and went to plate them to put them out for […]

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Cookies: Coconut Macaroons

The very first Passover Seder I ever went to was a somewhat hastily thrown together potluck hosted my my friend Jessica in college. I remember that we were all sitting together in a large circle on the floor of one of the houses one of our friends was living in off campus that semester. I […]

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Sweet Apple Quiche

I’m going to warn you that this recipe is a little but weird. Andy and I liked it a lot, but Adam and Evelyn didn’t. So, perhaps it’s not really blog worthy, but as I said, I enjoyed it.

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Cinnamon Sugar Popcorn

This recipe certainly isn’t rocket science and I can say with some certainty that I couldn’t have possibly invented it, but I haven’t seen a recipe this simple before. Many (undeniably delicious ones) involve caramelizing the sugar and then baking the whole thing in the oven. Again, don’t get me wrong, that is delicious, but […]

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Ice Cream: Licorice

Last year for Adam’s birthday I wanted to make him something really special. He happens to love bourbon and love ice-cream. So I found a fantastic recipe online for a mint julep ice-cream. Trouble was I didn’t have an ice-cream maker. My friend Susan has one, so one afternoon I went over with my ice-cream […]

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