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17 comments to “Lottie + Doof + Kim Boyce = Happy Hanukkah!”

  1. Oh I love this and now I want the cookbook. Also, my grandma is called Goose too! I can’t believe there is another Grandma called Goose.

  2. Julie, you will love the book! Goose is a really good name for people. I love it.

  3. Ooooooh…a secret Kim Boyce family recipe – not in the book! I will definitely try this out for Hannukah…score some major points with my Mother-In-law! Thank you!

  4. This kind of reminds me of biscotti, but the oil probably makes it more bread like.

  5. I was going to make rugelach tonight or tomorrow and came here to have a gander at your recipe, and now there’s this. Tough choice!

  6. Hi Kartik, it is a lot like biscotti–but a little more tender.

  7. Kimberly, there is an obvious solution: make both. ; )

  8. What a lovely post!! And yet another Kim recipe to swoon over – it just never gets old! :) Happy baking, Tim.

  9. -You had bread sent to you?! One luck guy I tell ya.

    -My mom is trying to figure out her “grandma name,” maybe I’ll recommend Goose.

    -Looking forward to more special guests.

  10. just came back from visiting my mom…in…where else but florida…& she was asking me to bake mondel bread & send it to her…so i was going to research recipes but…search over…thanks tim!
    & thanks for getting december off to a super start &…
    happy hanukkah!
    i jus love the cover of kim’s book…those little galettes are beautiful!

  11. As if I needed another reason to get Kim Boyce’s book, this is it. I have searched everywhere for a decent mandelbread recipe, like the one the now shuttered jewish bakery by my grandmother’s house used to make (she’s not a baking grandma). Thanks so much and Happy Hanukkah to you too!

  12. Yet ANOTHER one of Kim’s recipes to try. I love good to the Grain.

  13. I love the simplicity of this recipe – not just with ingredients, but method as well. I’d love to make this and maybe add dates or currants. Would it still be called mondel bread then? :)

  14. Love that you have Kim Boyce as a guest! Ive worked my way through a lot of her book and am dying to get to the babka (sp?!).

    My niece’s nickname is goose – no idea why though!!

  15. I’m excited to try this recipe out! A friend of mine gave me Good to the Grain for my birthday and I love baking and learning from it!

  16. Is this best fresh? How should it be stored and for how long? Sounds so great! Thank you Tim and Kim!

  17. It never occurred to me to make mandelbread before, but now that I have, I’m glad. My thanks to you and to Kim Boyce’s mother. Just one tiny quibble: “mandel” means almond, so this is sort of like calling an applesauce cake “banana bread,” but I think I prefer the walnuts here anyway.