Ingredients1 cup honey
honey, milk, sugar, and butter to boiling. Cool. Sift
flour and baking powder into the liquid and mix together. Add a well
yolk and pecans. This will be a very stiff dough. I use my hands to
work and shape the dough
just as if it were bread dough. Roll out thin on a floured surface to
inch thick. Use dusting of flour to keep dough from sticking to rolling
pin or surface. Cut out cookies in 2 - 3 inch rounds. Bake at 350
degrees on a lightly buttered cookie sheet for about
8 - 10 minutes or when the bottoms of the
cookies just begin to brown. This recipe makes a big batch of cookies.
1/2 cup nuts
In a food processor, chop nuts into small pieces. Add apple chunks, spices, and honey. Continue to process until nearly pureed. Stir in enough hot water to make the mixture a pleasant taste and soup consistency. Do not cook. (This is very easy to make in the Vita-Mix. See link below.)
an experiment, we made this in our Vita-Mix machine. It could probably
be done in a regular food processor as well. First, cook the beans,
drain, and add butter. Then chop up the almonds using the dry bowl.
Then using the wet bowl, process the lima beans, salt, and one of the
eggs altogether. Next, in a mixing bowl, combine the bean mixture and
almonds and add enough bread crumbs to make it possible to mold the
mixture into "cutlet" shapes. Divide it into 6 portions. Using your
hands, make the shapes and insert a stalk of celery for the bone.
Dredge in beaten egg and then crumbs. Fry or bake. Serve with tomato