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Old 03-18-2009, 07:35 PM   #11
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thanks for all your suggestions. Your version of the tiramisu sounds good. I like it because it has no coffee in it. Do I need to make the ladyfingers or can I use store bought ones? I know how to make them, but it is so much easier to use store bought ones.
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Old 07-14-2009, 04:41 PM   #12
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you can make sweet sago cream with coconut milk, and put them into fridge, you can drink them after you have your dinner
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Old 07-14-2009, 04:51 PM   #13
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21st birthday? How about a chocolate stout. Oh wait your friend wanted vanilla. How about a shot of vanilla Stoli
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Old 07-16-2009, 01:49 AM   #14
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I'm with GB on the Stoli, but if you must make Tiramisu, buy the lady fingers.

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Old 07-16-2009, 03:49 AM   #15
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LPBeier's Coconut cream pound cake, made in a ring mold, would serve 20 or more easily. It is so rich you can slice it thin and everyone will still be satisfied. I used a cream cheese icing and it was deliciout. My frozen walnut cream torte would also be great, but you would have to make at least two of them (maybe more, they're yum)
where is the recipe for LPBeier's Coconut cream pound cake?

i copied your walnut torte.
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I know this is reactivated thread and the 21st has presumably been and gone, but I have to say that there is not an Australian 21st that I have been to (in a home) that did not serve a pavlova. And as for being fool proof - well if the top flops, just add more fruit and cream, if the sides break, spread with cream, if it is gooey in the middle, that's how it is meant to be, if it is hard all the way thru, well that's how it is meant to be!! LOL Provided you (a) follow a recipe, (b) cook it and (c) don't burn it, there is nothing that fruit, cream or "that's how it's meant to be" won't cover!!! No fresh fruit, canned is fine, no cream, use custard, fruit not in best condition, just mix them with the cream or custard. Transport issues, just take the components and fling it together at the party - five minutes tops. Ultimate laid back dessert!! Perfect for Aussies and Kiwis alike!!! ;-)
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I know this is reactivated thread and the 21st has presumably been and gone, but I have to say that there is not an Australian 21st that I have been to (in a home) that did not serve a pavlova. And as for being fool proof - well if the top flops, just add more fruit and cream, if the sides break, spread with cream, if it is gooey in the middle, that's how it is meant to be, if it is hard all the way thru, well that's how it is meant to be!! LOL Provided you (a) follow a recipe, (b) cook it and (c) don't burn it, there is nothing that fruit, cream or "that's how it's meant to be" won't cover!!! No fresh fruit, canned is fine, no cream, use custard, fruit not in best condition, just mix them with the cream or custard. Transport issues, just take the components and fling it together at the party - five minutes tops. Ultimate laid back dessert!! Perfect for Aussies and Kiwis alike!!! ;-)
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Old 07-17-2009, 03:13 AM   #18
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TMT - The peach cobbler that PDSWIFE Shared here ISO-Easy Peach Cobbler Recipe ?

Is a perfectly good answer to your solution. just multiply it x3. And make sure if you do this, you have enough pan space :-)

You might want to also get a gallon or two of real vanilla ice cream. and serve the cobbler hot.

Now that I look at OP's date I feel really stupid, but I will post anyway since pdswife's recipe is worthy.

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where is the recipe for LPBeier's Coconut cream pound cake?

i copied your walnut torte.
Here's the link to the coconut cream pound cake.
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Here's the link to the coconut cream pound cake.
ty ty sweetie pie!! LOL
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