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food question of the day
5/3/06, 5:36am
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Now, no searching for the answer to this...

Have you ever had an aebleskiver?


...and....do you own an aebleskiver pan?
(I have TWO of them!)

When you have searched your brain enough, here is the link with the answers...

http://www.solvangrestaurant.com/aebleskiver.html

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5/3/06, 8:31am (Last Edited: 5/3/06, 8:33am)
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Love this topic! Yummmm! I actually have had these in Solvang long ago, but never thought about them again. I read up on them thanx to your link.

I am temped to buy the kit...But first I want to check my favorite store, William Sonoma. They have such great "goodies" there, they just might have a pan etc. Although $84.00 isn't bad for all included in that ad.

Then I say to myself...Sandi, you have so many gadgets do you "need" another??? Why not! Love gadgets etc!

Are you a professional cook or is it a hobby?

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Re: food question of the day
5/3/06, 8:34am
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>Now, no searching for the answer to this...
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>Have you ever had an aebleskiver?
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>...and....do you own an aebleskiver pan?
>(I have TWO of them!)
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>When you have searched your brain enough, here is the link
>with the answers...
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>http://www.solvangrestaurant.com/aebleskiver.html

That looks yummy!!! I guess I'm an aebleskiver pan fan

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Re: food question of the day
5/4/06, 5:57am
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>Love this topic! Yummmm! I actually have had these in
>Solvang long ago, but never thought about them again. I read
>up on them thanx to your link.
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>I am temped to buy the kit...But first I want to check my
>favorite store, William Sonoma. They have such great
>"goodies" there, they just might have a pan etc. Although
>$84.00 isn't bad for all included in that ad.
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>Then I say to myself...Sandi, you have so many gadgets do you
>"need" another??? Why not! Love gadgets etc!

If you REALLY want an aebleskiver pan, then just get one of the cast iron ones..you really don't need all the extra mixes and such..unless you are going to give it as a gift. (Some of those gift boxes looked really nice.)

Word of caution though...these are CAST IRON and need careful taking care of. Also, the aebleskiver is cooked in fat/oil.

As to the mix itself..I have tried various ones and I personally...I just use Aunt Jamima pancake mix.

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>Are you a professional cook or is it a hobby?

I consider myself a "poor man's foody".

I like to play with my food and I like to experiment with food. I also like to see the varieties that are out there in the world.

I like to collect "simple" recipes too. Things that are simple to make yet have the flavors that astound the taste buds.

I mean..how much better does it get than a blank piece of pizza dough...that I made by hand..sitting there just waiting to "painted" with whatever is around?


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