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Boy, Patchwork, wish I could help you out on this one. It sounds good but never heard of anything made like you instructed. Did you try and go on the search engine to see if by chance you might find it there? That might help. I will keep looking through my books here to see what I can come up with. Is it an American recipe or foreign? That would help as well if I knew if the recipe came from another country. I know a few people have looked at your post,me included earlier. Let me see what I can find and maybe someone out there has that recipe for you. Hope so, cause I would like to try that myself. Sounds good. Be patient and maybe someone will find what you are looking for but in the mean time, try the search engine and if you do find it, please post it for us if you would.
All My Best
you want a brownie recipe? this is the BEST! the nuts are essential (you can use pecans instead of walnuts -- mmm mmm good!) otherwise the brownies are flat and heavy and not particularly good ... enjoy!
Karen's Nana's Brownies
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
4 squares unweetened chocolate 2 cups sugar
1 stick of butter (1/2 cup) 1 teaspoon vanilla
4 eggs, at room temperature 1 cup flour
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 to 1 cup chopped walnuts
Melt chocolate and butter.
Beat eggs well with salt.
Add sugar to beaten eggs, then melted mixture and vanilla.
Add flour and nuts.
Bake in wax-paper lined 9x13 pan for 30 minutes
let cool, dump out of pan, cut into squares ... ooh i think i'll jump up and go make some now!