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Old 04-30-2019, 11:08 PM   #651
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Strawberry shortcakes with from scratch biscuits.

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Old 05-15-2019, 03:57 AM   #652
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It has been so hot & so humid the majority
of the time that we've been back home,
that Shave Ice just seemed to be in order.

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We went to the #1 rated joint here on Oahu
(Shave Ice is big business here)
and I beg to differ!
This place's got nothin' on my favorite
place out on the North Shore!
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Old 05-18-2019, 09:47 AM   #653
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Fruit Pizza:

Made this with my granddaughters and they loved it.
1 package raw pizza dough, thawed from frozen. Spread onto pizza pan. Top with cheesecake flavored sauce, and sliced strawberries, blueberries, sliced banana, and small chunks of pineapple. Bake in 400 degree oven for twenty minutes, ore until crust is done.

Sauce is made by whisking together softened cream cheese, sour cream, vanilla, and sugar. Enjoy.

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Old 05-21-2019, 10:02 AM   #654
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For our wedding anniversary i usually prepare te cake called "Tiramisu".
It is a little heavy but very good.
Made with savoiardi biscuits soused in the coffe and placed in a rectangular bowl.
Three layer biscuits and between a layer an the other i put a cream made with yolk egg beated with sugar an adding mascarpone cheese. I stir well. Than i add white egg whiped up an i stir from the bottom to the superior part of the cream in order not to ruin the cream.(not to stir in round)
Over the cream i put cocoa each layer .
Then i put the cake in the fridge.
My son in law always take home the leftover.
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Old 05-21-2019, 10:18 AM   #655
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For our wedding anniversary i usually prepare te cake called "Tiramisu".
It is a little heavy but very good.
Made with savoiardi biscuits soused in the coffe and placed in a rectangular bowl.
Three layer biscuits and between a layer an the other i put a cream made with yolk egg beated with sugar an adding mascarpone cheese. I stir well. Than i add white egg whiped up an i stir from the bottom to the superior part of the cream in order not to ruin the cream.(not to stir in round)
Over the cream i put cocoa each layer .
Then i put the cake in the fridge.
My son in law always take home the leftover.
This sounds simple and wonderful..

I usually have this as a treat when dining in an Italian restaurant..

When I make it at home, for some reason, it becomes a chore..

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Old 05-21-2019, 05:30 PM   #656
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For our wedding anniversary i usually prepare te cake called "Tiramisu".
It is a little heavy but very good.
Made with savoiardi biscuits soused in the coffe and placed in a rectangular bowl.
Three layer biscuits and between a layer an the other i put a cream made with yolk egg beated with sugar an adding mascarpone cheese. I stir well. Than i add white egg whiped up an i stir from the bottom to the superior part of the cream in order not to ruin the cream.(not to stir in round)
Over the cream i put cocoa each layer .
Then i put the cake in the fridge.
My son in law always take home the leftover.
It sounds delicious. But my concern is that the eggs are not cooked. In this country salmonella is a major concern in our food. And eggs are one of the major foods for it.
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Old 05-21-2019, 06:10 PM   #657
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Macaroni custard. My fave.

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Old 05-21-2019, 09:57 PM   #658
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...In this country salmonella is a major concern in our food. And eggs are one of the major foods for it.
Actually, salmonella shows up in one out of every 20,000 eggs. And with as quickly as recalls are being made on any tainted food, the chances of getting a bad egg are much smaller than the chance of your take-out meal being contaminated by some sick food service worker.

Salmonella: The Risks And Tips To Avoid Getting Poisoned
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Old 05-21-2019, 10:05 PM   #659
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Actually, salmonella shows up in one out of every 20,000 eggs. And with as quickly as recalls are being made on any tainted food, the chances of getting a bad egg are much smaller than the chance of your take-out meal being contaminated by some sick food service worker.

Salmonella: The Risks And Tips To Avoid Getting Poisoned
I don't know which poultry farm our eggs here in Mass. comes from, but if I ever hear they are from Tyson Poultry Farm, I just may give up eggs forever. They have been sited so often by the Federal Government for unclean practices and conditions of cruelty, that I won't even buy a chicken wing from them.
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Actually, salmonella shows up in one out of every 20,000 eggs. And with as quickly as recalls are being made on any tainted food, the chances of getting a bad egg are much smaller than the chance of your take-out meal being contaminated by some sick food service worker.

Salmonella: The Risks And Tips To Avoid Getting Poisoned
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