(Latin for teacher's web)- I'm no spider but I can tat a web. I started learning tatting (shuttle) and Latin the same year - MCMLXXIX.
That's interesting because the baking section of my craft group competitions next year requires biscotti. So I prick up my ears when I see biscotti!
I love biscotti! We only make it at Christmastime, because we eat it so quickly. There's just no need to pack on extra pounds year round. ;-)
Yum-o! Why are you baking when it's so blasted hot and humid?!
delish, can you share your recipe?
Here it is:Hazelnut biscotti1 1/3 cup all-purpose flour1/2 tsp baking soda1/4 tsp salt3/4 cup chopped, roasted hazelnutsMix dry ingredients with whisk or fork. Set aside.2 large eggs1 tsp vanilla1 tsp hazelnut liqueur (Marsala)3/4 cup sugarWhisk until slightly paler.Add dry ingredients, use wooden spoon to mix or hands. On a pan lined with parchment paper. Make a rough rope shape (or 2). Bake at 300 degrees for 35 minutes.Let cool 10 minutes or more.Peel off paper (may stick).Cut at a diagonal with a serrated knife.Put on a wire rack, bake for 25 minutes at 300 degrees until dry and crisp.
Absolutely- I'm not at home but when I return, I will.
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gratias maximas- it's wonderful to hear what you have to say!