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what is a slithered almond
and what is a 'grammer' chef? Grammar, please. But thanks for pointing out the common slither/sliver confusion. Remember everyone, snakes slither. A sliver is a very thin slice of something.
what is a slithered almond?
I have made these 3 times, each time they have turned out soft, but have a good flavour.
Hi I have made this recipe once and it turned out perfectly - just leave in the oven a bit longer. Every oven is different.!
I would hope that the person who wrote the recipe will change the Almonds to "SLIVERED" which are sliced as opposed to what a snake does which is "SLITHERS". A small point I know but it really annoys me because the mispronounciation is becoming the norm.
I agree wholeheartedly about the slithered. It almost did my head in! :-) My brain switched it to "slivered" quick and smart. One thing, RW8, the word is "mispronunciation", not "mispronounciation" which, in itself, is a mispronunciation. Yet another word that is really annoying when spelled incorrectly. :-)
I am all for Harry Potter but I am not eating anything that "slithers" I would hope the people that type out the recipes will change the almonds to "slivered" as in sliced. We are still an english speaking people
Try adding a teaspoon of baking soda/bi-carb of soda. I found this hardened them up more
I was told once that florentines need to be made in Autumn / Winter in order for them to crisp up. They don't work so well in hot humid climates.
I also followed the recipe and two hours later in fridge, still soft. Very disappointed. they wern't cheap to make, either
followed the recipe to the letter but they turned out soft and not crisp..... not happy.
Me too, but a few days later they are crisp and yummy!
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