This recipe is a bit of a treasured one in my family. We bring it out at Christmas every year, and for good reason – these little cookies are rich and decadent, but also so light and airy that it’s far too easy to eat the whole pan. We found it in a newspaper years ago – Betty Harrison’s Whipped Shortbread Cookies. You need to find out why these are so beloved… Click on through to find out how to make them!
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YOU READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS?
I know I am! 🙂
presents bought and wrapped – check
baking done – check
contracted the flu? – check (oh boy…)
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This is the delicious sequel to the German spaetzle that we posted two weeks ago! Today we’re going to make the sauce – a quick beef stroganoff. This stuff is soul food to me – I grew up eating my mom’s slow cooker stroganoff, and it’s still a treat to this day. I was craving it, but didn’t have time to put it in the slow cooker for 8 hours, so I decided to come up with this recipe! It takes less than an hour, and you end up with a rich and flavourful pot of glorious. Click on through for more!
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Well our goal a few weeks ago was to pick 6 countries and make a popular or national dish from each country for dinner [Sunday’s we go to hubby’s parents for dinner]. I’ve decided to focus this post on my favourite recipe from Turkey!
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So this is actually going to be a part one of two blog post. Today we’re going to focus on the “noodles” – a post that would make my Oma and Opa proud. So spaetzle – say it with me, “SCHPETS-luh” – is a German dumpling. A tiny, delicious German dumpling. Now normally these would be served a little differently – say, fried in butter and topped with a thin gravy (which is HEAVEN). BUT, I thought to myself, these are kind of like noodles, and I have some quick stroganoff on the stove…WHY NOT PUT THEM TOGETHER? Click on through to learn how to make these delicious, EASY little dumplings!
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