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Raincoast Crisps

When we entertain it's important to have good company, a great platter of cheeses, good wine & excellent crackers. Our favorites are the Raincoast Crisps but they are pricey at $7.00 a small box. They are addictive. After doing a search I've found a great recipe on Dinner with Julie's blog.

Who would have think that those delicious crackers would be so easy to make. They require two bakings like biscottis. The key is to slice them really thin to obtain that crispiness. It's best done if you freeze the loaf of bread after the first baking. If you don't have honey at home you can use pure maple syrup, like I did. These crackers are good served with cheeses & a good Red Pepper Jelly. It's so much fun to entertain when you have good quality food.


500 ml AP flour
10 ml baking soda
2 ml salt
500 ml buttermilk
60 ml brown sugar
60 ml honey
250 ml raisins
125 ml pecans, chopped
125 ml pumpkin seeds, roasted (optional)
60 ml sesame seeds
60 ml flax seed, ground
15 ml fresh rosemary, chopped

Here's the link to the recipe.