Friday, March 6, 2009


I like to be able to bake something up quickly that everyone will like. Brownies are one of my best bets:
This recipe appeared in The New York Times in April of 2007. It uses just one bowl (more if you pre-measure your ingredients, of course) and less than an hour of your time. Here are the assembled ingredients - sugar and a bit of salt, flour, eggs, and a bowl of melted chocolate and butter- and the prepared pan:

You add the salt and sugar, then the eggs, vanilla and flour to your chocolate. Then pour it in the pan and bake...and prepare to be asked to make them again for the next occaision.

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