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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.
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!
My mother makes a lot of popcorn- for our family, friends. parties, movies, any chance she has, any request made to her. As her "creative sous chef" I'm allowed to add the flare when we make gift-batches. She cooks it on our stove in the same pot every time, the measurements and process are pure reflex, but I'm sure it's a basic process you can find anywhere. My mother is a compassionate, hard working role model, and this is one of the ways she tells friends and family "I Love You"
Assigned by Rebecca Bradley for " Illustrating the Edible "
Ever since I've been in school, I've been running late to nearly everything. I got in the habit of mixing things together to see if I could make a quick meal, and one day, I found myself with a glass of Peanut Butter, Jelly, and Milk. And wouldn't you know it? It tasted awesome! Now I want to share this strangely satisfying smoothie with you!