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El anís verde –también llamado anís común– es una planta herbácea aromática y medicinal originaria de Egipto, y cultivada sobre toda la cuenca del Mediterráneo. El anís estrellado, a pesar de su nombre, procede de otro árbol procedente de China. ¿Quieres conocer los beneficios medicinales del anís?Caract

El anís verde –también llamado anís común– es una planta herbácea aromática y medicinal originaria de Egipto, y cultivada sobre toda la cuenca del Mediterráneo. El anís estrellado, a pesar de su nombre, procede de otro árbol procedente de China. ¿Quieres conocer los beneficios medicinales del anís?Caract

Easy Biscuit Doughnuts - Cut biscuits into quarters, drop in 200 - 240 oil for a couple of minutes (flip halfway), cool sightly on paper towel, roll in sugar, brown sugar, powdered sugar, ENJOY - best fresh.

Easy Biscuit Doughnuts - Cut biscuits into quarters, drop in 200 - 240 oil for a couple of minutes (flip halfway), cool sightly on paper towel, roll in sugar, brown sugar, powdered sugar, ENJOY - best fresh.

We got a really delicious orange rum cake in this form at Christmas, from one of our neighbors.

We got a really delicious orange rum cake in this form at Christmas, from one of our neighbors.

"Rose" Apple Pie Bites: website in another language but super easy to do using pictures as inspiration. Slice apples thinly, soak in ginger ale to prevent browning. Dry slices well. Cut thinly rolled pie crust into strips. Lay apple slices end to end, slightly overlapping w a little extra pie crust at the bottom. Fold extra pie crust over to hold apples in place. Roll into shape. Bake at 425F until browned & centers are cooked through.:

"Rose" Apple Pie Bites: website in another language but super easy to do using pictures as inspiration. Slice apples thinly, soak in ginger ale to prevent browning. Dry slices well. Cut thinly rolled pie crust into strips. Lay apple slices end to end, slightly overlapping w a little extra pie crust at the bottom. Fold extra pie crust over to hold apples in place. Roll into shape. Bake at 425F until browned & centers are cooked through.:

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