All mouse is and everything she could be, is wrapped up in that moment of surrender.
This is the second recipe I've seen today that called for Anise. What is the name of this cookie? I think I missed it???Yours is the 5th or 6th cookie blog I've visited today. I'm getting hungry now...damn that Jz! :p-H
Okay. It's yummy biscotti...'nuff said :-)
Sounds delicious Mouse. Thanks for sharing.Love,Ronniexx
Hedone...Ya I just call it Noni's Nona's Biscotti. Or Noni's Biscotti. I think anise is kinda an Italian thing...it's an odd flavor but in those cookies (ditto Italian wedding cookies) they're just yummy...And ya I needed a kick of (cookie) inspiration and I think Jz supplied the prefect antidote. Hugs,mouse
Ronnie...ah you're so welcome...nothing says christmas than cookies....yay! Hugs,mouse
I love biscotti. Thanks for the recipe!
I would post a recipe for cookies except ...... that being from the UK am not completely sure what cookies are. Over here in the old world we call them biscuits I think. But I have been told recently by a US friend that biscuits means something totally different over there. She is good at making biscuits (ooops - cookies) so she says, but I believe her, not only because you have linked to her cookie recipes.I recommended to her a recipe for proper English mince pies but she was not impressed.*sighs*Mince pies are quite delicious. Do Google for recipes!xPx
Oh this is a keeper for sure. As my husband is Italian, Biscotti are always welcome, and this recipe looks great! Thanks Mouse!
Hello Mouse,this is subservient-husband.Love how your blog has changed. Glad omega is still benevolently providing you focus.;-}-SH
oh, yum!Next year, we ship...;-)
OMG! Biscotti! You continue to be my idol,,,Huggs and Merry Christmas :)
mouse,I love biscotti - these sound so good. thanks
Oh I've needed a good biscotti recipe (I think you sent one once, but I think I accidentally deleted it... oops). I just hope I can find all the ingredients out here... if not I'll just have to add it to the list of things to get my mom to send me.Hope you all have a Happy Holiday!turiya
Tempting sweets...Oh you're welcome!Pygar Sir..LOL...mince pie? OMG my Nona LOVED that stuff...bleh...about as welcome as a fruit cake ;-PWhen I first met Omega he would talk about biscuits and immediately my head would go somewhere else....like a biscuit! A fluffy roll served with dinner. Then he handed me a cookie one day and I said...This isn't a biscuit! I seriously thought all that time he was talking about crackers or something....I finally figured out that he didn't mean biscuits the way I thought about them but I NEVER thought he meant cookies....Sara....It's really a great recipe not in the least fussy and they always seem to come out fine...Just use a super sharp knife when cutting them.Sub-hub....Oh it's nice to see you over here...I've missed you! Jz....OMG NOOOOOOOOOOOOO! LOLCD...awww thanks sweetie....GG....Oh I love a good biscotti too. Noni would NEVER ever buy them in a store. LOLturiya....you shouldn't have any problem finding the ingredients there...if you can't find star anise, you can use the liquid extract, just add more (quite a bit more, which is why I switched). You could also substitute the anise all together for almond extract and vanilla. The nuts are an easy swap...but almonds are my favorites! Hugs,mouse
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