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Old 01-30-2017, 04:28 AM   #281
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I miss Tillamook ice cream...
I always bought their Smoked Cheddar.
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Old 01-30-2017, 05:32 AM   #282
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This!
https://www.nigella.com/recipes/chocolate-pear-pudding
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Old 01-30-2017, 05:38 PM   #283
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Mmm, chocolate and pears sounds strangely good, Poet.

I found some teeny containers of vanilla Haagen Dazs ice ream in the back of the freezer. As my boy was heading out the door to go to his gym (Brazillian Jiu Jitsu training tonight), he punched me really hard in the shoulder.

When I asked him what that was for, he said for many reasons.

First, he remembered when he was small and I told him that it was our ancestors who invented ice cream. That we were direct descendants of the great Norwegian king Haagen Dazs, of which the ice cream is named today. He believed that for years, until he told his teacher and kids in school one day. Lol.

Then, he punched me again saying that it was for asking if he ever sees any rabbis in his Jiu Jitsu classes...

So, tonight's dessert, when my boy gets home, will be ancestral ice cream, and aspirin.
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Old 02-04-2017, 10:23 PM   #284
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Went to our local Wally World (I only buy SOME things there)
and saw this as I was headed for the cashier

I've been trying to get DH away from chocolate only
based Ice Cream... it's working
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Old 02-08-2017, 05:44 PM   #285
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I didn't need a whole lot of the can of coconut milk for the coconut jasmine rice for our poke, so I decided to make coconut milk jasmine rice pudding. It's cooking right now and I'll stir in some mini chocolate chips and the leftover macadamia nuts once it's done.
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Old 02-25-2017, 09:49 PM   #286
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I had a coupla Meyer Lemons leftover, so I made some Meyer Lemon Bars

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DH was happy
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Old 02-26-2017, 12:46 AM   #287
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I just stumbled onto this thread.

I am not a dessert person. I can do without sweets. But, there are some desserts I really like.

First, there is cheesecake. My mom was never a good cook, but she did some things really well. Her cheesecake is really, really good. I like mine smothered in strawberries.

Next, Bananas Foster. I actually make a pretty awesome Bananas Foster, using the original Brennan's recipe. It is actually very easy to make, and guests love watching you make it before eating it. It is a flaming dessert thing -- always a crowd pleaser.

The top of my dessert list is a "Nawlins" bread pudding with a righteous Bourbon sauce. OMG, I love a good bread pudding, New Orleans style.

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We had rice pudding with wild Northern raspberry sauce, it was amazing.
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Old 02-26-2017, 08:07 AM   #289
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I had butter pecan ice cream with Girl Scout Trefoil shortbread cookies crumbled on top, drizzled with Frangelico. Mmmmm...
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Old 02-26-2017, 05:42 PM   #290
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Turtle Cheesecake
I made a ganache from dark chocolate, melted some caramels with heavy cream & spread that on top and a finally, a flourish of toasted pecans
How good does THAT look? HUH?! I mean COME ON MAN!
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I just stumbled onto this thread.

I am not a dessert person. I can do without sweets. But, there are some desserts I really like.

First, there is cheesecake. My mom was never a good cook, but she did some things really well. Her cheesecake is really, really good. I like mine smothered in strawberries.

Next, Bananas Foster. I actually make a pretty awesome Bananas Foster, using the original Brennan's recipe. It is actually very easy to make, and guests love watching you make it before eating it. It is a flaming dessert thing -- always a crowd pleaser.

The top of my dessert list is a "Nawlins" bread pudding with a righteous Bourbon sauce. OMG, I love a good bread pudding, New Orleans style.

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