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    Brian Christiansen Guest

    Default Arizona bars

    I was pondering what to bring to bring to my toastmasters Christmas party
    tonight. I looked through some pistachio recipes that I downloaded from
    various places. One recipe I found was for simple layered bars that had a
    layer of what is basic sugar cookie dough, a layer of jam, then another
    layer of the sugar cookie dough with pistachios mixed in. I would link to
    the recipe, but I cannot find it.

    I decided that I would make them into arizona bars by using prickly pear
    cactus marmalade (http://www.cherisdesertharvest.com/), which at least I was
    told that is made here in Tucson. For the top layer I would use pistachios
    grown in Arizona. I tried to get some at the local whole foods market, but
    it turns out they are only available online, and I really do not have time
    to wait for an order to come in, even though it would be from inside the
    state, but the thought is still there.

    Brian Christiansen



  2. #2
    Nan Guest

    Default Re: Arizona bars

    On Dec 14, 7:32*pm, "Brian Christiansen"
    <brian_christi...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > I was pondering what to bring to bring to my toastmasters Christmas party
    > tonight. *I looked through some pistachio recipes that I *downloaded from
    > various places. *One recipe I found was for simple layered bars that had a
    > layer of what is basic sugar cookie dough, a layer of jam, then another
    > layer of the sugar cookie dough with pistachios mixed in. *I would linkto
    > the recipe, but I cannot find it.
    >
    > I decided that I would make them into arizona bars by using prickly pear
    > cactus marmalade (http://www.cherisdesertharvest.com/), which at least I was
    > told that is made here in Tucson. *For the top layer I would use pistachios
    > grown in Arizona. *I tried to get some at the local whole foods market,but
    > it turns out they are only available online, and I really do not have time
    > to wait for an order to come in, even though it would be from inside the
    > state, but the thought is still there.
    >
    > Brian Christiansen


    MMMMMMM sounds good. I'm sure it will be well received!!! Nanzi

  3. #3
    Melba's Jammin' Guest

    Default Re: Arizona bars

    In article <ie92b2$fth$[email protected]>,
    "Brian Christiansen" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I was pondering what to bring to bring to my toastmasters Christmas party
    > tonight. I looked through some pistachio recipes that I downloaded from
    > various places. One recipe I found was for simple layered bars that had a
    > layer of what is basic sugar cookie dough, a layer of jam, then another
    > layer of the sugar cookie dough with pistachios mixed in. I would link to
    > the recipe, but I cannot find it.
    >
    > I decided that I would make them into arizona bars by using prickly pear
    > cactus marmalade (http://www.cherisdesertharvest.com/), which at least I was
    > told that is made here in Tucson. For the top layer I would use pistachios
    > grown in Arizona. I tried to get some at the local whole foods market, but
    > it turns out they are only available online, and I really do not have time
    > to wait for an order to come in, even though it would be from inside the
    > state, but the thought is still there.
    >
    > Brian Christiansen


    Jeez, when I read the subject line I thought your were looking for a
    watering hole and was going to say that my kid likes Gentle Ben's in
    Tucson.

    --
    Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJ
    Holy Order of the Sacred Sisters of St. Pectina of Jella
    "Always in a jam, never in a stew; sometimes in a pickle."
    Pepparkakor particulars posted 11-29-2010;
    http://web.me.com/barbschaller

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