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Rosettes II

Submitted by: Patti 
I discovered this recipe when I was stationed in Japan. The irons come in all different shapes, such as stars, butterflies, hearts, etc. 
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Potato Soup with Gravlax Rosettes

Submitted by: Swiss Phil 
Living In: Bern, Bern, Switzerland
Start your next winter dinner party off with this elegant potato soup, enriched with mascarpone cheese and pretty rosettes of smoked salmon. A drizzle of mascarpone and a sprinkling of chives over each bowl finishes the beautiful presentation. 
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Salami Rosettes

Submitted by: Margherita Meats 
Creamy cheese and tangy capers combine with the robust flavor of Margherita® Genoa salami and a hint of fresh basil for a sensational starter. 
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Fattigmann

Submitted by: Jennifer 
This is in response to Carol's request for what she called 'Futimonbuckles' but in Norwegian - Fattigmann Bakkels would sound the way she spelled it. This is a very old recipe that dates back over a 100 years and actually means 'Poor Man's Cakes'. 
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Listy II

Submitted by: Kathi 
This is from my Bohemian (Czech) grandmother's recipes. They are pronounced 'Liss-tay'. 
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Zeppole

Submitted by: ARVILLALAR 
This is a simple recipe for an Italian delicacy. These fried ricotta doughnut-like cookies are dusted with confectioners' sugar and served warm.  
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Listy III

Submitted by: Kathi 
This is from my Bohemian (Czech) grandmother. They are pronounced 'Liss-tay'. These are also called Roses. 
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Churros II

Submitted by: DIZZYTOE 
These fried crullers are rolled in cinnamon sugar while still hot. A wonderful treat! 
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Puggie Woogie

Submitted by: Enaid 
Fried dumplings rolled in sugar. These are a little bit like doughnuts. 
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Italian Bowknot Cookies

Submitted by: Pat 
Great unusual fried cookies--the original name is 'Cenci alla Fiorentina.' It came from my Italian cousins. I used these for a bake sale once and ran out before I even got started! 
 
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