Stir almonds, walnuts, baking powder, and salt in a bowl. In a separate bowl, lightly whisk the eggs, and, then, add the melted butter, water, vanilla, Xylitol (or sweetener of your choice) and whisk until combined
I had wanted to make a little video of some of my favourite recipes from the Victor kitchen before leaving (Mohssine's Moroccan pickled lemon chicken for instance and Julie's irresistible upside down peach cake), but I found myself pressed for time, running around town and trying to cram as much as I possibly could into my sister's car before the long drive to Maine
Oh, and don’t forget to spread on some coconut oil first. When purchasing, the helpful plant-man (I’m sure there’s a much more mature name for him) instructed me to focus on establishing the roots really well and to not expect any strawberries during the first season
I wanted to make some Chinese themed sugar cookies for the event. I found some ideas online, but they all seemed for appropriate for a little kids birthday party — actually to be honest I wanted a Chinese themed sugar cookie without having to mix tons of colors and spend hours making cookies
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The Penang version that’s popular locally and abroad is the “mamak” version which was preferred by the South Tamil Muslim community who were immigrants from South Indian who arrived in Malaysia and who operated many of the mamak stalls of Malaysia