My Latest Recipes 9
  • Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake Divine from coffeyhouse in Tacoma, WA.
    Yes, another cheesecake, but oh so good. I ate the bulk of my last one single handed as rich as it was. I hide it from the househo...
  • Honey Glaze Fruit Salad from coffeyhouse in Tacoma, WA.
    This wonderful and light salad is refreshing and eye catching. I love the nuts with it, makes it very balanced. A Paula Deen favor...
  • Polish Reuben Casserole from coffeyhouse in Tacoma, WA.
    New way to cook Polish sausage! Easy, inexpensive and great with a salad...
  • Mothers Sticky Roasted Chicken from coffeyhouse in Tacoma, WA.
    Slow cooked spicey whole chicken that is so tender and juicy you'll slap your mama. (Southern saying) Mouthwatering is a cliche, t...
  • French Toast Croissant from coffeyhouse in Tacoma, WA.
    This decidant french toast is perfect for the special someone you want to impress. You can't get rid of them after making this!!...
  • Brocolli Salad from coffeyhouse in Tacoma, WA.
    This fresh brocolli salad will have even the non vegie eaters eating this!...
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  • hunnee 4 years ago about French Toast Croissant
    I'm in heaven with this
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  • justjakesmom 4 years ago about Sloppy Joes
    I like the sound of this one!
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  • luvshk 6 years ago about Mothers Sticky Roasted Chicken
    Oh, got to save this one. Will be great to make on a Sunday afternoon. Thanks for the post!
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  • thetacofaery 6 years ago about Mothers Sticky Roasted Chicken
    this sounds lovely....roasted chicken is my ultimate comfort food. i'm definitely making this.
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  • ruskingirl 6 years ago about Sloppy Joes
    Made these tonight, loved them! Thanks for the recipe.
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  • greekgirrrl 6 years ago
    I made your wings. They were great! Thumbs up from my boyfriend who didn't believe they were NOT fried!
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  • pleclare 6 years ago
    Thanks for adding me. Look forward to checking out your recipes.
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  • mellian 7 years ago
    I just checked out the french bread recipe. You could make the dough in the bread machine, but you'd really want to do this in the oven. Before baking the bread, throw a few ice cubes in a pan in the lowest part of the oven to make it "steam", like in a commercial oven. This will give you the nice crust for the french bread. You can use a spray mister to mist the top of the loaf right before you put it in, too.



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  • mellian 7 years ago
    Yep.. food and I get along a little too well, too! LOL! I noticed the comments on the bread machine. I have three and love them all. I usually just make the dough in the machine and bake the bread in the oven.

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  • lor 7 years ago
    Thank you for your comments on the Ham with Broccoli and Cheese Quiche! It is time we did more baking/cooking for newbies in the neighbourhood or babies or elderly or, or, or... I include myself in all of that. It's surprising how we get caught up in the whirlwind of our personal lives isn't it. I love your sense of humour! I too consider myself to be a well rounded cook ;-)
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  • mellian 7 years ago
    I'd love to be your food buddy!
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  • cherihannah 7 years ago
    Hi I put a yeast conversion table on the elephant ear recipe for you. Step-by -step. Thanks for all your nice comments lol
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  • vindee 7 years ago
    Hi Coffeehouse...u know to make the rice pudding easier u can stir the ground rice into cold milk, and put it onto a slow cooker. Make sure u stir often...:0)
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  • itsajourney 7 years ago
    Thanks for being my cooking friend - I can't wait to look at all of your recipes!
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  • magflower 7 years ago
    If you make the apple thingamabob let me know if the recipe is stable. I don't see how the apples can cook uncovered for that long and not burn...especially with all that butter! It does sound good though, doesn't it?
    I bet you coukld halve the recipe and use a smaller pan.
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