C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S !!!
I decided to make Sue Annan’s recipe as a present for all of you. It was fun!
The picture on the left shows how my kitchen table looked after I finished making the dough for the Jersey Wonders, not too bad!
I waited the two hours indicated by the recipe.
Well, after I fried them, I left them in a tray at the dining table.
While I cleaned the kitchen, persuaded a native to leave his pencil holder job to act as present deliverer and placed the most beautiful flower I found in his front tray, something unexpected happened...
To my surprise, when I finally went to the dining room to arrange the table to take a picture... there were just a few wonders left!
Either it took me a long time to gather the elements to frame the present or my husband loves eating like Attilio does. LOL!
Isn't the indian lovely?
It looks great, Maru! I should make it too, Larissa
Your wonders look fantastic
Well done. And now you have the recipe to test them out on people in the future.
I LOVE it. So baw is not only for learning about technology in ELT, but also about international recipes:-)
They look delicious, dear Maru. What a wonderful present for BaW2010 participants. You are such a great Webhead and friend.
wow, looks really yummy !! keep writing !
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