How to make it

  • Beat eggs, add sugar.
  • Add flour, soda and salt.
  • Add nuts and melted butter.
  • Pack into bread tin or roll.
  • Refrigerate over nite.
  • Slice and bake.
  • *note original recipe did not call for baking times or temperature.
  • *line 9 x 5 x 3 glass loaf pan with plastic wrap to make it easier to pull out the loaf of dough.
  • *slice with cold sharp knife in about 1/2 inch thick slices
  • Bake at 375 degrees for 10-12 minutes until lightly golden.
  • Use a silpat if you have it. cool on wire rack.
  • Great with tea.

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  • krumkake 12 years ago
    What a priceless memory of your grandma, notcho - I TREASURE those few hand written recipes from family members that I have come to possess. Erin was looking through my recipes boxes a few weeks ago - remarking about this recipe or that, and the memories that were tied to it - when she suddenly stopped and said "It's sad that my generation won't have anything like this". I realized how absolutely correct she was - with computers and the internet, people seldom hand write a recipe anymore. We were both sad to think that this history of what we've eaten, enjoyed, passed down from one generation to the next, will one day soon be a thing of the past. So treasure those hand written recipes you have, and be sure to jot down a few family favorites for your daughter to treasure some day in the far, far future!!!
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    mjcmcook ate it and said...
    The 'photo' is so NEAT!!!
    and needless, to say, the Recipes'...
    YES, both cookie recipes!
    I copied down the 'Spicey Fruit' recipe and I plan on baking that one, too.!
    The 'recipe' page looks like some that were in my
    Mother's personal file!...One that I really liked that she made for me as a child...I even had ' is...'
    and hung it on the wall in my kitchen...!
    Thank-you for, as well as, memories!
    Oh...I almost forgot...silly me...
    A "5" FORKS !
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    kimmer ate it and said...
    Wonderful! Reminds me of my great Aunt Neil. What few things she wrote down, you couldn't quite understand what she meant. Just had to quess at it. Great post!
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