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July 23, 2007

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Deborah

I don't think I've ever had the orange/cardamom combination before - but your recipe makes me really want to try it! I love blondies!

Cheryl

Now that is one original brownie. You are definitely babe worthy.

Sarah Bell

Ooh I want to enter this time, when is the closing date?? I think I'll be up against stiff competition with this one!!

Patricia Scarpin

Wow, Laura, these are sinful!

myriam

wow - this is what i call a brownie. yum, yum, thanks for joining!

peabody

Those are some fancy brownies.

Laura

Deborah: I got addicted to orange & cardamom when I made the salad for Lisa & Kelly's thighs!

Cheryl: We'll see if blondes have more fun!

Sarah: The closing date is August 17th, follow the link in the first paragraph for all the details.

Patricia: Sinful they may be but it didn't stop my brother from eating four of them!

Myriam: I can't wait for the round-up.

Peabody: Thanks, but give me your hot chocolate cake anyday!

Callipygia

I adore blondies, but these bombshells are over the top exotic, definite browniebabes.

joey

Wow! Those are some kind of blondie...love the flavor combination! :)

veron

blonde and a bombshell! My they do look delicious , what with the added plus of pistachios!

Hilda

I love orange, cardamom, and pistachios, so these seem absolutely made for me.

Amy

These are definitely quite the bombshell, what great flavor combos!

Lorraine@italianfoodies

I know one NATURAL blonde who would love these!!!!

Mehgan

How did the pistachios turn out in this recipe? I read in HTBADM that the pistachios tend to get a bit rubbery when baked in a brownie. I was bummed because I was thisclose to using them in mine, but went with walnuts instead because Miss Nigella made me afraid to use pistachios!! Maybe I'll give 'em a shot next time.

Mehgan

Woops, I meant HTBADG (for How To Be A Domestic Goddess). Don't know where that M came from!!

Tartelette

Gorgeous babe there Laura! I love the combination of flavors. I can only imagine how it tasted, hmmm

Laura

Lorraine: I had only one blonde in mind when I made these!

Mehgan: I left the pistachios whole and the baking time seemed to be short enough to prevent them becoming rubbery, I wouldn't say they were crunchy but there was enough bite to contrast with the fudginess of the blondies.

Thanks Helen I can't wait to see yours!

Sarah

Hey Laura,
I baked these last night as I'm cooking dinner tonight so thought they'd be nice with coffee as a dessert. Brought some into work today and they were devoured! I might have been a tad heavy handed on the cardamom but other than that, they're fantastic. I've a lead on where to score myself some blackberries so hopefully i'll have stories of jams, crumbles & sorbets this time next week!
Sarah

Mansi

wow, i love the name and the dish!!! sweet and sexy!:)

Choclette

I have just discovered your blog and this recipe by chance. I love brownies, but I don't think I've ever thought of something as fantastic as this one sounds and looks and will HAVE to make this.

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