A Sweet Siesta

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We’re taking a break today, but we’ll leave you with these wonderfully nutty, buttery sesame pistachio cookies. For the recipe, head over to Chef in Disguise who is quite the cookie maker. We didn’t change a thing and plan to make these again as soon as we have an excuse. Maybe next time ours will be as pretty as hers.

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This blog attempts to collect some of the things I try to create with food and booze. Sometimes I succeed and sometimes I fail. My hope is to entertain and maybe help people think a little harder about what they decide to eat and drink.
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10 Responses to A Sweet Siesta

  1. I am really glad you enjoyed the barazek enough to plan on making them again 🙂 they are one of my favorite cookies
    Thank you kindly for the shout out!

  2. ChgoJohn says:

    I hope you had a few of these to enjoy on your day off.

  3. Yum, barazeq! I got a recipe from my aunty yesterday to try it out. I like trying different recipes all the time, and seeing which suits best 🙂 Might be trying Sawsan’s too 🙂

  4. Eva Taylor says:

    Sawsan is indeed a wonderful home cook! And she certainly has a lovely variety of recipes on her blog. I’m sure I’ve seen these cookies before, but I shall check out the provided link. Happy day off!

  5. Purely.. Kay says:

    Siesta me with this lol. These look so delish! You can’t post this, when I didn’t eat breakfast, and expect me not to try to eat this through the screen.

  6. Kristy says:

    Enjoy your day off. Your ability to post every day ceases to amaze me! Have a good one!

  7. TasteFood says:

    Enjoy your break. I’ll enjoy these cookies.

  8. spree says:

    High time you took a break you two! And this is a Great cookie from Sawsan! Thanks for bringing it back around again!

  9. Erinn @ www.more-sprinkles.com says:

    These are so interesting, and cute!

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