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December 24, 2007

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stephanie

Yum! these are so cute--and it turns out these are K's favorite Christmas cookie, so I'll definitely be whipping up a batch of these once the pile of xmas cookies my aunt sent me home with is gone....

katerina

We call them "kourabiedes" in Greece, a christmas traditional cookie, dessert, with almonds instead and rosewater! :)

(http://hungryforhungry.blogspot.com/2007/12/blog-post_21.html)
http://christmas.pathfinder.gr/recipes/sweets/148013.html

Dinda Sheeva

Good recipe I like this cake,so delicious

Elvi

Wow - these are so much like our Danish ones, called Pecan Gems! My grandmother made them for years, and after her passing we continued the tradition. They go well in a tin of cookies with our mocha butterballs, and walnut crescents. We also do chopped (not ground) and a long slow bake.

Sorina

Great photos...this looks delicious. Thanks for this recipe ! :-)

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Your pecan puffs covered with confectioners sugar have me drooling all over my keyboard. I loooove cookies coated with, what I call, sugared snow. Thanks!

White On Rice Couple

Your pecan puffs covered with confectioners sugar have me drooling all over my keyboard. I loooove cookies coated with, what I call, sugared snow. Thanks!

Sophie


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Delicious!!!
I find all those pictires amazingly good!!
I don't have an annual cookie-baking ritual, but yours seems to be more lake a tastes' party!!

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This recipe is actually so good i cant wait to make it at my house for my kids im sure they would enjoy it as much as i do i love the pictures thanks for sharing it with us.

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I enjoyed following the whole entry, I always thought one of the main things to count when you write a blog is learning how to complement the ideas with images, that's exploiting at the maximum the possibilities of a ciber-space! Good work on this entry!

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Soumaya moussa

someone brought them to a potluck lunching at work I couldn't stop eating them my gosh they were so good I'm gonna try them at my home sound so easy to make

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