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My grandmother passed away ten years ago. I am now a freshman in college and was assigned a "They Draw and Cook" project in my Intermediate Design class at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA). I thought, what a great way to pay a tribute to my grandmother through one of her delicious treats (which was delicious, by the way). I drew the recipe on an index card because that was where she had originally written this recipe, and I wanted to capture my grandmother's style in this piece.
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.
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!
I'm a CCAD student and love to cook, however some of the best recipes are the simplistic. Example? Here's my illustration for a sweet snack for the Holidays (Or any time of the year if you're me.) Simple and fun for the kids to help make. Mum and I always made this to nibble on a couple weeks before Christmas, turning into tradition. Note: Peanut butter can always be replaced with almond butter or equivalent.