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I love baking and recently came up with this recipe for oatmeal-raisin cookies. They are really easy to make, and don't hesitate to experiment with the ingredients a bit by adding nuts, cranberries or whatever you like!
Illustrating my recipes has become almost a habit by now, I remember them by illustrating them :)
This is a classic Appalachian holiday candy that my Granny and Pa used to make. When I asked my dad how to make them, he said you have to play with the amounts to get the consistency you want. You want it to be the consistency of play dough so you can roll it out. What this has to do with archers from the Bayeux Tapestry is anyone's guess. I don't reckon William the Conqueror would have had this treat, but if he had, I think he would have liked it.
Yummy and messy, Russian tea cakes! The class I am teaching, Illustrate your Life, is doing a They Draw and Cook, or They Draw and Travel illustration brief. I am looking forward to seeing their finished illustrations here. I did this one while I was working with my fellow artists in class. I am loving white ink these days.
Despite the name, this recipe is made in the Schwartzkopf family home as a Christmas cookie. Every batch incites a competition between cousins, aunts, and uncles to see who can eat the most before they’re all gone. They go great with tea and your morning reading, so please try them!
This is a passed down family recipe! You need a recipe this size when you have a big Italian family. Pizzelles are thin and crunchy cookies with beautiful designs.
Created for Rebecca Bradley's Illustrating the Edible class.
This recipe is based on popular Youtube personality Rosanna Pansino. This is her take on the Alice in Wonderland cookies as shown in the movie but with her own special twist!