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Nuts In Honey


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You might try grinding up the hazelnuts in the honey. I got some paste like that in Italy that has a nutella like flavor only much more sublime.

Drizzling the nuts and honey over various kinds of hard Italian cheeses could be incredible.

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You might try grinding up the hazelnuts in the honey. I got some paste like that in Italy that has a nutella like flavor only much more sublime.

Drizzling the nuts and honey over various kinds of hard Italian cheeses could be incredible.

Mix with yogurt, like the Greeks do (sublime), or put on top of good vanilla ice cream.

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grab a spoon and dig in...

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They might also make nice adornments, applied judiciously, to crepes or french toast. Maybe the crepes would be nice stuffed with plain or slightly sweetend ricotta.

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Crepes sound like a great use. How about rolled in a crepe with cooked apple and a dusting of nutmeg and cinnamon, with or without ricotta.

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