On Challah and Cherry Blossoms!
Use pink for the blossoms and white for the snow!
It was a recipe from Joy of Kosher, but what `savta` means ,
I didn`t know!
So as I am posting this I looked up "what is Savta?"
It means `grandmother` in Hebrew!! So I plant a hope that one day I will have a grandchild my grandchild will ask , oh please Savta Shayndel, make us a batch of our favorite Mt. Fuji cookies!!
The first batch, today! Try them for your grandchildren...or children...or for you...enjoy!!!
To find the recipe, you can click HERE,
for Mt. Fuji shaped cutters, HERE.(actually is a different one than the one I used, I can`t find a link to the one I used, but if you are in Japan you can visit the shop called Tokyu Hands and find it there!
Blessings and Shalom!
Shavu`a Tov---Have a good week!