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Walking Through the Bible in One Year —
Bringing the Story to Life
Week 6 reading plan per day:
Click on the colored link to read each day’s scripture.
Monday (Leviticus 14-15) Tuesday (Leviticus 16-17)
Wednesday (Leviticus 18-19) Thursday (Leviticus 20-21)
Friday (Leviticus22-23) Saturday (Leviticus 24-25)
Sunday (Leviticus 26-27)
Since this was my week to bake and blog for Tuesdays With Dori I thought it might be fun to take a look at some of the Rugelach created by other Tuesdays With Dorie bakers. If you click on the picture I will link it to the website of the baker. Enjoy and drool!
This first one comes from one of the hosts, Jessica at My Baking Heart. You can click on the picture to link to her website where you can get a copy of the recipe.
This baker posts in both English and Italian and blogs from Switzerland!
From A Whisk And A Spoon these looked messy but I am quite sure they were delish! And finally ….
This Little Monkey tells a tale of woe as she describes her adventure of baking Rugelach. But all in all, I think this looks good and I’ll bet it tasted fabulous!
I have loved baking the Rugelach and have found it is a favorite with many people I know! I have also had friends ask me “where can I buy it locally?” I think you will just have to bake some up for yourself! 🙂 As I end this week I am looking back to the Lemon Orange Chiffon Cake I made last week when my cousin was here. Wish I had a piece right now~
And of course there was my own Rugelach mania ….
But I must say if you missed the Chicken Dumpling Casserole you must go back and take a look. This is going to be a keeper recipe for me and if you decide to give it a try I would love to hear from you with your comments. |
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