Comments on: Cocoa Nib and Currant Rugelach Wed, 12 Mar 2014 12:49:29 +0000 hourly 1 By: Habeas Brulee » Blog Archive » Stats Fri, 21 Jul 2006 11:54:43 +0000 [...] [...]

By: BNA Wed, 22 Mar 2006 14:29:30 +0000 What gorgeous rugelach — and with currants, which I adore. Marvelous.

By: zsofi Sun, 19 Mar 2006 20:58:20 +0000 Dear Danielle,
I discovered your blog via SHF (that syllabub looks faboulous!)
I’m Hungarian so I’ve read the story about yor grandmother with great
interest. With regard to that rugelach, to tell you the thruth,
I don’t think they are of Hungarian origin. Although I’m Jewish myself,
the first time I’ve ever seen rugelach was at Zabars in NY:)
Your other recipes are also mouthwatering,I will be coming again.

By: Danielle Sun, 19 Mar 2006 05:46:34 +0000 Rob, so am I.

Ivonne, let me know how the recipe works out for you! If you want to hear more stories about my grandmother, though, poke me over email instead – I probably shouldn’t turn this blog into All Hitler, All the Time.

Cate, obviously you should make both. ^^

By: Cate O'Malley Sat, 18 Mar 2006 04:45:21 +0000 The rugelach looks fantastic … and then the bread … decisions, decisions.

By: Ivonne Sat, 18 Mar 2006 03:42:06 +0000 Danielle,

How serendipitous! I just happen to have a packet of cocoa nibs hanging around and I was thinking that I should use them but couldn’t find a recipe I liked so thanks for sharing yours.

I love the story about your grandmother and family … and I think it’s so sweet that you live so close to her!

By: rob Fri, 17 Mar 2006 17:13:37 +0000 Rugelach are not, generally, something I go out of my way to eat, but the cocoa nib rugelach look fantastic. I have to admit, I’m something of a sucker for anything with cocoa nibs.