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Old 06-08-2014, 08:26 PM   #221
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So nice that you have a good memory to associate with the cake, Andy. My grandma used a cast iron pan to make hers in, too. I remember her cake at family gatherings so there usually wasn't a need to cover it, since it was gone so quickly. lol
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Old 06-09-2014, 06:20 AM   #222
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I have made mine in both a 12" spring form pan and a tube pan. I like the presentation of the spring form pan better. I lay the rings in a circle overlapping up to the cutout and place a cherry there in the partial exposed cutout. The tube pan is only big enough for four pineapple slices. My kids love PUD (thanks Andy for the shortcut). I could make it every day and they would never get tired of it.

Today I am going to attempt to make the 7-Up biscuits to eat with my Porterhouse steak tonight. Only four ingredients.

7-Up® Biscuits Recipe - Allrecipes.com

Will report back on them.
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Old 06-11-2014, 08:53 PM   #223
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I made these again. I've tried tons of brownie recipes, and this is definitely my favorite. The only change I made was to reduce the salt:
THE BAKED BROWNIE
Fall into Cooking Featured Recipe: The Baked Brownie and Chocolate Stout Milkshake from Matt Lewis and Renato Poliafito
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The Baked Brownie | Brown Eyed Baker
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Old 06-12-2014, 01:16 PM   #224
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In anticipation of a potential barn raisin' at our house this weekend, I just put a big earthenware crock of Baked Beans Quintet in the oven to bake. Whether or not the structure gets built or not, the beans are a "winner, winner, chicken dinner" in this house and will be a few insurance containers in the freezer for later this summer with barbecue.

We're not actually getting a barn, just a really, really big garage to put farm equipment in, such as tractor, mower, etc. Glenn's son just completed a huge nearly 3-bay commercial-sized garage at his house and doesn't need the semi-portable one that he brought to us for our use. It's not really supposed to be portable, but Kenneth took it apart in such a way that it can be pieced together and made into a solid and good building here. There's already a huge concrete pad in the back to serve as the floor, so whenever the elves show up....

In the meantime the smell of the beans baking is about to make me crazy. I might just HAVE to make some sort of barbecued "something" for supper tonight.
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Chocolate Espresso Chews - They're insanely good!
Can you post link to this recipe? Please
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Old 06-12-2014, 04:11 PM   #226
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I baked a Hummingbird cake, with pineapple filling and passion fruit frosting, garnished with shredded coconut
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Here ya go:
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You're very welcome. If you make these, let me know how they turn out!
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Glenn picked a basket of plums from the trees out front this morning, so I just put a plum crumble in the oven. Startin' to smell yummy!
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