"If you love Thai food, then you’re probably already familiar with drunken noodles, or pad kee mao. There are a few theories about the origin of the name. The most common explanation is a simple one: these noodles are perfect after a night of drinking with friends."
This is my version of a New York rye bread with its distinctive caraway flavour. New York rye bread is usually rounded and slightly lighter than other rye breads. I've added white flour to make it a more typical dough, If you like, you can replace the caraway seeds with dill seeds.
Tripling the chipotle pepper and keeping the seeds was only just right for us. Green olives worked too!
Mary Lechasseur says that her Grandmother Mary "Mae" Jones from Knowlton's Landing Québec made these as did Aunt Daisy. And that she's named after her Grandmother Jones.
Not too sweet. Not fussy to make. Just yummy goodness! Simple and rustic Apple Olive Oil Cake with chunks of apple, raisins and the perfect combination of spices. The kind of no-fuss olive oil cake you'll love.
"Forget classic cinnamon rolls—these Cardamom Pistachio Rolls are spiced with cardamom and studded with salty pistachios, making them a breakfast treat that’s well worth the effort."