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Old 11-22-2014, 06:45 PM   #541
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Thumbs up CAKE!

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Made two half-sized Kahlua Cakes,
one for Mom and one for my Sister as gifts.
They're so much better if they sit for a few days.
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They fit perfectly in a cookie tin, great for travel.
They even mail well.
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Old 11-22-2014, 11:35 PM   #542
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Made two half-sized Kahlua Cakes,
one for Mom and one for my Sister as gifts.
They're so much better if they sit for a few days.
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They fit perfectly in a cookie tin, great for travel.
They even mail well.
YUM!! Have you posted the recipe?
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Old 11-22-2014, 11:55 PM   #543
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YUM!! Have you posted the recipe?
No but I can if you would like it
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okay, gimme a minute or two or three, it's late...
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Old 11-23-2014, 12:38 AM   #546
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Kahlua (or Rum) Cake

here you go msmofet
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Old 11-23-2014, 10:16 AM   #547
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Today I'll be making my seasoned bread for Thursday's stuffing. The house is just going to smell amazing today. I've had apple butter in the slow cooker all night, I have bacon in the oven right now and stuffing bread will go in later. Febreeze needs to capture this scent and market it!
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Yeah, why does Febreeze always go for the sweet smells? Would love a Bacon or cedar FeBreeze.
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Old 11-23-2014, 10:52 AM   #549
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Tell exactly what you did with the cheesecakes and we most likely can tell you where you went wrong. What were your results would also help. A picture of them would be of great assistance. I know. No one want to publish their failures. But we even have a professional baker here. So someone will have an answer.
Oh I have no problem doing any of this. Sorry I have been MIA over the weekend, it is the only time I get to spend with my night working BF. I am about to go get the kids from their dad's and will be gone the rest of the day but I will post how I cut down the recipe and pictures when I get home. BF and my son would love to know what I did wrong beng huge pumpkin lovers. :)
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Yeah, why does Febreeze always go for the sweet smells? Would love a Bacon or cedar FeBreeze.

I feel the same about scented candles. Ditch all the smelly flower smells and give me roast turkey, sweet curry, bacon, garlic, sautéed onions, etc.
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