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Old 06-20-2016, 12:15 PM   #221
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Desert last night was home-made double-chocolate fudgesicles. Take one box of instant chocolate pudding, and use chocolate milk as the liquid instead of white milk. Mix and pour into Popsicle molds and freeze. The experience of eating them is better than with either a Popsicle, or Fudgesicle, as to eat it, you insert as much into your mouth as possible, and draw it out from between your lips. A thin layer of the pudding comes off and cools your mouth with a very rich and indulgent flavor. It has texture as well as flavor.
To quote a now distant commercial - "Try it. You'll like it."

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Old 06-20-2016, 12:24 PM   #222
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Thank you! It's really good. Cooks in 15 minutes in the Instant Pot.

Looking into getting me an Instant Pot. Like I need another toy...

Chief, your fudgesicles sound delish!
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Old 06-24-2016, 12:45 PM   #223
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Just finished putting together a pan of tiramisu. New recipe that says we can eat after 6 hours. We might try to hold off until tomorrow but might give it a try tonight.
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Old 06-24-2016, 01:22 PM   #224
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Just finished putting together a pan of tiramisu. New recipe that says we can eat after 6 hours. We might try to hold off until tomorrow but might give it a try tonight.
Good luck on the holdout!

One time when Poo and his wife took me out to dinner, they ordered a tiramisu. It came and looked absolutely delicious. They offered to share it with me. I turned down the offer. They were sharing it and couldn't finish it. There parting words were, "We should've skipped dinner and just had this for our main course."
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Old 06-24-2016, 07:08 PM   #225
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I have 4 oz of cream cheese left and one box of Hershey's fudge pudding. I could add some sugar and vanilla to the cream cheese and use it as a base to the chocolate pudding. I just don't want the hassle of making a crust, though. Maybe I can go bohemian and just spread the cream cheese in a dish and then pour the chocolate pudding on top and eat as is?



I can't hold out on anything. I bring home frozen blueberries and eat them frozen. I make cheesecake and eat it hot right out of the oven. I've been known to make a little loaf of bread right alongside the large one because I want to eat it before it cools. *big sigh*
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Old 06-24-2016, 07:29 PM   #226
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Well our pugs think we should have dessert. While I was putting it together, had to cut some ladyfinger pieces, and they got leftovers. The pug daddy asked if they got the full experience, i.e. espresso, sugar, marsala dip. I asked him if he thought I was crazy, that they'd be bouncing off the walls, that they got plain ladyfinger pieces. There are 3 whole ones left and I have caught both of the pugs standing up and sniffing where they are. So, pugs think daddy and I should have dessert so they can too. We'll see, still full from dinner.
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Old 06-24-2016, 08:05 PM   #227
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Well, pugs decided Craig and I should have some tiramisu so they could share a ladyfinger. Great recipe but next time I'll use amaretto instead of marsala.
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Old 06-24-2016, 11:41 PM   #228
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A dessert for non-dessert makers

I have no sweet tooth, don't like dessert. So I stack a row of chocolate chip cookies on a narrow serving dish, utterly drown them in cheap, dry sherry, plaster them with whipped cream, then arrange a can's-worth of mandarin orange slices around the sides.

Sneer all you like, but you will be back for seconds.
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I have no sweet tooth, don't like dessert. So I stack a row of chocolate chip cookies on a narrow serving dish, utterly drown them in cheap, dry sherry, plaster them with whipped cream, then arrange a can's-worth of mandarin orange slices around the sides.

Sneer all you like, but you will be back for seconds.
I'm not that crazy about dry sherry served that way, but I think it would be delicious with amaretto or Godiva chocolate liqueur.
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Old 07-31-2016, 06:23 PM   #230
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Just got done putting together Martha Stewart's ricotta and chocolate ice box pie. You put the ricotta in the food processor and process until smooth, then add warm melted chocolate, after which you fold in whipped cream. I've always disliked ricotta cheesecakes but apparently it is a texture thing because I couldn't stop licking the bowl and spatula. Craig only got 1 lick. I was greedy! It has to set up for minimum of 6 hours though so will have to wait until tomorrow. :-(
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