At times, circumstance dictates the rhythm of life. Passing on a family tradition is appropriate whenever the opportunity presents itself…..’strike while the iron is hot’….the pizzelle iron that is!
Original family recipe – Cousin Joe calls this the Depression Pizzelle – note the ‘fat content’: butter, margarine and shortening used to make a total of 12 ounces of fat…when butter was expensive and perhaps in short supply.
Cousin John’s amended recipe using all butter:
Served with a glass of Amaretto on a May afternoon in Austin……….lovely and delicious!!!