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  • And yes, whoever asked -- mandelbrot and biscotti are essentially the same.

    Espresso Chocolate Chip Mandelbrot For The Troops

  • It is no great loss because frankly as tasty as these mandelbrot are (and they are -- a year later my hairdresser is still begging me to make her more), I am terrible at getting clean slices of mandelbrot (and other biscotti-type cookies).

    Espresso Chocolate Chip Mandelbrot For The Troops

  • So it mandelbrot and biscotti basically the same thing?

    Espresso Chocolate Chip Mandelbrot For The Troops

  • I used to think mandelbrot was chocolate chip bread, because a Jewish friend of mine in college kept her grandmother's mandelbrot in her dorm freezer, after the first bake, and just sliced it frozen and ate it as it thawed (it was terrific).

    Espresso Chocolate Chip Mandelbrot For The Troops

  • I cannot get those darn mandelbrot out of my head.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Holocaust survivors and other immigrant women pass on their memories of the food — and life — they once knew by preparing lokshen kugel (noodle pudding), tzimmes (stewed carrots), mandelbrot (a strudel-like butter cookie) and kreplach (dumplings), providing their children and grandchildren with a “taste of the past” that reflects their cultural and geographic origins.

    Food in the United States.

  • "These crunchy, not-too-sweet, double baked cookies, also known as mandelbrot and kamish, are a Jewish version of Italian biscotti."

    Kamishbrot

  • I help myself to a smidgen of Cleveland Miltons delicious almond mandelbrot dough, which tastes nothing like my grandmothers, made with walnuts and orange juice, then rolled in cinnamon sugar, but its baked twice, like hers, and its all just Jewish biscotti.

    Let Me Eat Cake

  • You can presume an impersonal mandelbrot set is the source of the universe.

    Behe Responds

  • While its traditional mix of old-country Jewish establishments and gritty punk rock sensibility still held strong, a new urban hip-hoppy scene developed there over the last couple years: think Japanese kids in baggy shorts and fancy Nikes stopping for mandelbrot at Schwartz Bakery.

    Archive 2008-06-01

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