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King! You've returned!
Anise--never acquired a taste.
Yes, plain, anise-flavored pizzelles are delicious. I grew up in a neighborhood with lots of Italian families, so pizzelles were always present around the holidays.
@ Joan, the edges should be crispy, but they are softer/thicker in the middle. Yummy and to die for cookies, in my opinion! I grew up on them, my mom making them during Xmas time.
@ Pat, yes...pizzelles...I love 'em. Thank you for the recipe, I am definitely going to give it a go this holiday season. Worse case, I end up with less than perfect pezzelles, but I will still eat 'em. lol
@Deidre. Here's a recipe I found for those Italian cookies, which are called Pizzelles.
My understanding is that you need a special pan to cook these that you can find Amazon.
Deidre, those look as though they would be nice and crispy. I've never made anything like that before.
Pat, I saw Brussel sprouts on the stem at the grocery store the other day. I know how good my Brussel sprouts were when I grew them. Your recipe sounds like a good one for these cold and rainy days.
I want to learn how to make these ^^ for this winter season...would make nice holiday gifts, too. If they're made right, they are so scrumptious!
@Pat - Wow, you're getting a deal. In this neck of the woods they're often over $3.00 a pound.
Bertold, I know what you mean about Honey Crisps. Those things are fantastic. And, they are apparently worth their weight in gold. Where I'm at, they're $1.99 a pound. And one of the large apples is about a pound. $2.00 an apple!!!! But damn, are they good.
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