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  • waniloods 1 week ago about Mirabellan Kuchen -Yellow plum Cake
    This recipe is delicious I will make it time and time again!
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  • frankieanne 1 week ago about Very Raspberry Muffins
    These were really delicious. I cut the recipe in half and got eight muffins. I didn't crush the berries and I used melted butter. The sugar on top was a nice add as these aren't too sweet. I took these to work and everyone loved them. Added a picture and more in IMI 9/6/14
    Very Raspberry Muffins
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  • chuckieb 2 weeks ago about Glazed Cornish Hens With Herbal Infusion
    Took me awhile to get to trying this recipe but glad I did! The cook time was pretty much perfect and they were two of the juiciest Game Hens we may have had. Loved the Chili sauce basted on the outside. Hens had nice flavouring from the herbs and lemon inside. Very yummy! Thanks. A bit more in IMI
    Glazed Cornish Hens With Herbal Infusion
    Made 09/02/14
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  • ChefCaine 3 weeks ago about Jane Parker A P Spanish Bar Cake
    Everyone seems to make the same mistake concerning the Spanish Bar cake. It was not a SPICE cake, it was a MOLASSES cake with spices. Here is an accurate recipe:

    A&P Spanish Bar
    Ingredients:
    • ½ cup shortening
    • ½ cup brown sugar
    • 1 egg
    • ¾ cup molasses
    • 1 cup boiling water
    • 2¼ cups sifted all-purpose flour
    • 1 Tbs cocoa powder
    • 1 tsp baking soda
    • ½ tsp salt
    • 1 tsp ginger
    • 1 tsp cinnamon
    • ¼ tsp ground cloves, optional
    • ½ cup cut-up raisins
    Instructions:
    Preheat the oven to 325oF.
    Cream the shortening, sugar and egg, blend in molasses and add the boiling water. Sift together the remaining ingredients except the raisins and stir it into the egg mixture. Fold in the raisins.
    Divide the batter equally between two greased and floured loaf pans. Bake in a 325oF oven for 30 to 40 minutes, until a toothpick inserted in the center of each cake comes out clean.
    Cool the cakes in the pans for 5 minutes, then remove them from the pans and cool completely on a wire rack. Cut each cake in half horizontally and frost the top and center only with vanilla butter cream frosting.
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  • frankieanne 3 weeks ago about Raspberry Clafouti
    Its always fun for me to find a recipe where I can use my toaster oven. This made up pretty quickly but mine took 18 minutes in my little oven. Could be the oven. It was hard to eat this immediately. I had to let it sit for about 15 minutes or so. It was hot! No ice cream here. I think a little sprinkling of powdered sugar might be nice. I added a couple of pictures and put this in IMI on 8/24/14.
    Raspberry Clafouti
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  • schubo52 5 months ago
    Thx for comments,have used different meats and all turn out fine.
    Good sauce for pulled smoked pork instead of store bought BBQ
    stuff also.
    Doug
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  • mrpiggy 1 year ago
    Hi Midge. Thanks for commenting on the Salmon With Chipotle Honey Butter Glaze I hope you get a chance to try it. I really liked it.
    Have a great eveing
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  • mrpiggy 1 year ago
    Hi, Midge. Im so glad you liked the Garlic Bourbon Sauce Its a bourbon weekend for me. Im making your Slow Cooker Bourbon Chicken tonight : ) Have a good evening
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  • Good4U 1 year ago
    Thanks Midge:)
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  • champagnetime 1 year ago
    Thank you for the welcome! I'm thoroughly enjoying this site - many fun cooks around the neighborhood here.
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  • champagnetime 1 year ago
    Just found out where to post a reply - so, yes I certainly will let you know. I now have a ton of beets in the freezer, so will be making lots of goodies.
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  • notyourmomma 1 year ago
    I'm going to combine the egg, the beets, the feta, chopped red onion and non-fat Greek plain yogurt, with lots of dill....what do you think? Would that be a recipe for you to try?
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  • Good4U 1 year ago
    WOW! Lucky you! The one I put in is called a Hardy Hibiscus and I can leave it in the ground all year, if I cut it back after a frost in the fall. It was a bit hard to find but I now have found a good source and I have ordered two more which I will pick up next Spring. A friend of mine has had the same one for over twenty years. It is a lovely peach colour and it is drop dead gorgeous! Hibiscus are considered quite unique here and for me it was love at first sight:)
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  • Good4U 1 year ago
    Thanks for stopping by my MIL's Rita Meatballs Sauce
    LOL I could not resist the avatar...I think it is a keeper for now:)
    I have been meaning to ask you if yours is a hibiscus? I planted one this year and I just love it as it flowers all the time.
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  • chuckieb 1 year ago
    Thanks for peeking at my Duck soup recipe Midge! Have a great week!
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