When you click on a page, scroll past this week's featured photo to view.

WELCOME!

This site is dedicated to sharing what we have learned with you! Enjoy our tutorials, and if you have a question please feel free to ask! I know one of our sugar enthusiasts will either know or try to find the answer.
We all have something to share...and we all have something to learn!


A Very Sweet Offer from Sharon Zambito

A Very Sweet Offer from Sharon Zambito
"I put together a PDF with my tricks for the perfect pumpkin roll. It' s totally free. Hope you enjoy." Click on photo for Sharon's free tutorial!


....................................................................................................................................

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
....................................................................................................................................


Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Katharine Hepburn Brownies

 
I can remember the first time I tasted a brownie. In my mind, heaven no longer consisted of streets of gold --it was paved with delicious chewy chocolate brownies!!
Years later, when store bought brownies and brownie mixes hit the supermarket shelves, I always felt let down after tasting them.  They were a gooey chocolate mess. 
In 2003, Gourmet magazine published a recipe for brownies- It was a recipe originating from the beloved actress, Katharine Hepburn. Intrigued, I baked a batch that evening. 
I have never tried another brownie recipe since. These are so simple to mix and bake. They have a wonderful crunchy top crust and a delectable chewy interior. You just HAVE to try them!

Katharine Hepburn Brownies

Ingredients:
1 stick (8 tablespoons) butter
2 squares unsweetened chocolate
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 cup chopped walnuts (optional) I sometimes use pecans too.

1. In a saucepan, melt together butter and  unsweetened chocolate;
take the saucepan off the heat.

2. Stir in sugar, then eggs.

3. Stir in flour.

4. Add chopped walnuts ( or pecans, if you choose) with vanilla.


5. Pour into a buttered and floured 8x8" square baking pan.

6. Bake in 325 degree oven for 35-40 minutes.

I serve them warm with ice cream for my hubby.
That's the way he loves them!



But they are just as wonderful cooled completely and eaten solo!


However you choose to eat them, these brownies are always a treat!



For the original recipe, go to
 Epicurious - Katharine Hepburn Brownies

Photography by Jacque Benson
2011
The photos may not be republished or reproduced in any manner without the expressed permission of the author.

Search This Blog

Loading...

The Tutorials This Week Were Generously Shared by

SHARON ZAMBITO, BOBBIE NOTO & JACQUE BENSON Free Clipart

Contributors

  • Jacque Benson
  • Rhonda Christensen
  • Denise Talbot
  • Diane Marks
  • Earlene Moore
  • Edna De La Cruz
  • Eleanor Heaphy
  • Glenda Galvez
  • Jennifer Dontz
  • Mame Recckio Wolfe
  • Mara Tirado
  • Samele Thorner
  • Sharon Zambito
  • Shirley Wilson
  • Sif Jensen
  • Toni Brancatisano
  • Brenda Donner
  • Jane Singleton
  • Bonnie Merchant

And to ALL of our Readers...

ENJOY EACH DAY!

Think CHOCOLATE!

A Very Sweet Tutorial by Bobbie Noto

A Very Sweet Tutorial by Bobbie Noto
Love holiday cookie decorating? Watch Bobbie's newest video Inspired Holiday Candle Cookies with royal icing! Click on photo for Tutorial and don't forget to subscribe to Bobbie's Youtube Channel!

Christmas icing cookies ❤️🎄❤️ by Evelin Milanesi

Christmas icing cookies ❤️🎄❤️ by Evelin Milanesi
Fabulous Cookie Artistry by Award Winning Evelin Milanesi from Milan, Italy. Evelin is the owner of Evelindecora. Click on the photo to see more of Evelin's amazing work.

Hey! Check out the Edible Artists Network

Hey! Check out the Edible Artists Network
Click on image to visit!
Related Posts with Thumbnails

You can help find a cure for kids with Juvenile Dematomyositis, with "Lovin' By the Dozen"

You can help find a cure for kids with Juvenile Dematomyositis, with  "Lovin' By the Dozen"
Click on the logo above for more information!