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Old 12-10-2014, 07:12 PM   #601
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I wish I had just a pinch of your energy right now.
It's not so much energy--I'm snowed in until at least Friday, so I figured I'd do something constructive. And, I've got people to whom I can give the baked goods because I won't eat them!
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Old 12-11-2014, 02:55 PM   #602
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Your MIL may have liked DH's first wife better than you, but DH likes you better than his first wife. That makes you the winner.

She dumped HIM, so we don't know that for sure! LOL
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Old 12-12-2014, 10:20 AM   #603
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She dumped HIM, so we don't know that for sure! LOL
She just has lousy taste!
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I'm going to attempt bread pudding today with portuguese sweet bread, dried cherries and walnuts. It's nice and rainy today so it's a great day for baking.
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I'm going to attempt bread pudding today with portuguese sweet bread, dried cherries and walnuts. It's nice and rainy today so it's a great day for baking.
ALOHA mmyap!
you're making for-real sweet bread?
I haven't nade that is so many years...
I have my greatgrandmother's hand written recipe (she was full on Portuguese from the Azores) and it is just the best homemade bread,
EVER!!
with loads of butter and a HUGE bowl of Portuguese Bean Soup!
(*note to self-pull out Vovo's recipe book)
I have some soup in the deep freeze... HMMM!!DING!
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Old 12-14-2014, 04:11 PM   #606
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I'm going to attempt bread pudding today with portuguese sweet bread, dried cherries and walnuts. It's nice and rainy today so it's a great day for baking.
oh and photos please?
my mouth is so watering right now
(*admin folks, howzabout an emoticon for drooling?)
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Old 12-14-2014, 04:15 PM   #607
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I just finished making two half-sized
Rum Cakes to send off tomorrow
as Christmas gifts
I use this:
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two pans, fits perfectly into a cookie tin
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I used my 3 very ripe and squishy bananas to bake a banana bread today. It tastes good, but it sunk in the middle.
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Old 12-15-2014, 01:26 PM   #609
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With The Pirate around I never have bread go stale. My daughter LOVES bread pudding. I will often make it with Pepperidge Farms Cinnamon Roll bread. The seasoning is already done for me. I just add the brown sugar and egg mixture. I am going to buy a loaf and hide it until he is not in the house and then make it. Although it does make for great French Toast. Unfortunately for me both dishes are not on my list of foods I eat. Just too many carbs.
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My mother made a lot of bread pudding, mainly because it was cheap to make and since she baked, we always had bread. When I mentioned it to DH he was grossed out at the thought of soggy bread, until he ate it on the buffet at Hoss's. Now he's hooked. But now that I've developed diabetes I can't eat it so I don't make it anymore. LOL Poor DH.
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