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  • French Toast Casserole from coffeyhouse2 in Tacoma, WA.
    easy dish that's perfect carb loading for people on the go and need the energy on the slopes! Hiking too!...
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  • chillidude 6 years ago
    G'day Coffey
    Great recipe - hope you share some more soon.
    Thanks
    Nigel
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  • rodeogirl73 6 years ago about French Toast Casserole
    This sounds good!!!
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  • rodeogirl73 6 years ago about French Toast Casserole
    This sounds good!!!
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  • zena824 6 years ago about French Toast Casserole
    Good post!!!
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  • sublimex420 6 years ago
    Hi! Glad you liked the looks of the Valentine's Day cake recipe. Let me know if you decide to try it out :)
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  • craners 6 years ago
    Thanks for the kind words....as for Tasha T. if you ever get a chance buy one of her books, they are amazing. Even a used for cheaper might be a way to go. Talk to ya later, michael
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  • legoflamb 6 years ago
    Welcome to the tasty-est site on the internet.
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  • borius 6 years ago
    Welcome to the kitchen. There is always room at the table here so pull up a chair, share some stories, friendship, laughter and chow. Mark
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  • pleclare 6 years ago about French Toast Casserole
    This looks fantastic. Thanks!!
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  • darmorrow 6 years ago
    Hi - I make sure that brie is really cold. You'll notice that the pieces are about an inch by an inch. And then the thickness of the cheese.
    If it's still too difficult, it's possible to dampen a knife that is at least as broad as the cheese is thick and then it goes pretty fast. Just don't make the knife too wet and dry the cheese (if you can) afterwards. And separate the pieces right away.
    You can also get a lower fat version of the regular brie although there are many who would not consider that real brie. :-)
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  • pleclare 6 years ago
    You may be able to get Mexican Mole sauce ath Whole Foods if you have them there or check out Allrecipes online,they have a Mexican Mole Sauce recipe that's good.
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  • pleclare 6 years ago
    I usually make mole sauce, have not found it jarred,I use feta cheese and ancho chili pouder canget thru Penzey's spices online or use regular chili powder.
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  • pleclare 6 years ago
    Welcome to our kitchen!
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