If you love Christmas Crack, you’ll love this too. If you don’t know either…you need to!
These cookies are somewhat of a southern California legend. They were served at a landmark restaurant near the pier in Huntington Beach until the 90s. So popular that the recipe was regularly requested by Los Angeles Times readers and the chef finally gave his secret recipe!
As I comb through this stash of recipes I absolutely love finding handwritten notes along the way. I feel like these notes give me a glimpse of what my grandmas had on their mind. They are like a sneak peak into their journal.
Do you remember going to your grandparent’s house where they always had a dish of nuts on the coffee table? Me neither. Ok maybe you do. I know that was the trend back in the day so…maybe my grandparents put them away when my family showed up knowing they would have gone broke when the five of us emptied their stash. There are endless candy and nut bowls at antique stores that prove they were all the rage once upon a time. Maybe we should swoop some up and restart the trend!