This week marks an important holiday—and it has nothing to do with turkey!
Snowflakes and jack-o’-lanterns. Growing up in Colorado, the two went hand in hand. The first snowfall of the season usually rolled over the mountains to coat my neighborhood just in time for October 31st. Deciding on a costume was a matter of what looked good over a poofy jacket and paired with my purple and white striped moon boots.
Americans have been hooked on pizza and pasta since Italian immigrants began dishing it out decades ago. That’s where many of us got our perception of Italian food. Now, with the popularity of travel abroad, that perception is changing.
Crisped falafel with chewy chickpeas packed inside. Creamy hummus smoothed with tahini and olive oil. Strips of lean meat kebabs lightly charred and seasoned with smoky paprika and garlic. Fresh tabbouleh with finely diced parsley and mint mixed with wheat berries.ShareThis
My sister and I both like to make desserts, and we both have a love for anything chocolate. So, we got together and made up this recipe from two of our favorite desserts combined into one delicious cookie.
Chocolate Brownie Cookies