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Test Kitchen Results...
This recipe was a revelation. Has to be baked before it's believed! Fab texture, but needs the suggested cream / ice cream to eat really well.
From research, it's an old recipe originally made from saltine crackers, usually as a budget dessert when money was tight. Some sources suggest that this version was dreamed up by the Ritz test kitchen when the cracker became a brand leader in the '50s. Pecans seem to be the nut of choice, but used a mix of mostly hazlenuts and almonds above. Yum.
Another recipe from the Clermont Recipe Box bought at Pop Vintage.
Vintage Wedgewood whiteware plates and hand embroidered vintage cloth from a selection of tea-time ware available from The Old Home Store.
Clabber Girl Baking Powder is an excellent estblished American brand, still sold in fab retro packaging. Always bring home a few tins as gifts.