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Old 09-11-2008, 02:31 PM   #1061
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Hey JoeV, that's how my MIL makes hers. With lots of walnuts. Hers I will say are good, very good. Our kids' favorite chocolate chip cookies, but hubby doesn't like nuts for the most part. I have barrels of walnuts in the freezer that I could have used. Heck, I have barrels of all kinds of nuts in the freezer. He got 12 to take to work with him in his lunch today, along with GhettoRacingKids banana oatmeal chocolate chippers and some No Bakes, I told him to share please

I really need to start paying attention to some threads.

I need to perfect that one and make it one of my signature "dishes"
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Old 09-11-2008, 02:50 PM   #1062
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Chocolate chip cookies for the kiddos. Probably some brownies for their weekend treats.
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Old 09-11-2008, 05:43 PM   #1063
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am baking "outbacks sweet brown bread." for company on friday.

also make a choco cake with choco frosting and ice cream for the b'day girl.

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Old 09-13-2008, 02:47 PM   #1064
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Made "George's Light Rye Bread" yesterday, but DW was not pleased with the taste when she made toast with it this morning. She described it as "strong" with flavor, but not offensive. Just more flavor than she is used to. After a bit of research, it turns out this recipe is more like recipes for Pumpernickle bread with a light crumb. I made a ham/salami/munster cheese sandwich with mayo, lettuce and fresh tomato with for lunch. It was very good, but it's not a rye I would want to eat on a daily basis. I would make this again but as a round loaf as a spinach dip bowl.

To that end, I went Googling and found a couple of rye recipes that did not have any molasses or cocao in them, then "massaged" the recipes to get a final recipe, and it will go in the oven in about 20 minutes. Because of the help I've received from DC, I've gotten comfortable with knowledge of how to modify bread recipes, and knowing that they will come out edible, even though they may not be beautiful. As pacanis says, at least the dogs will be happy.

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Old 09-13-2008, 03:14 PM   #1065
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Made a flan (creme caramel) first thing this morning for dessert tonight with our chiles en nogada. If it's pretty when I take it out of the mold, I'll take a picture. If it isn't pretty, wahhhhhhh.
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I'm desperately craving CHOCOLATE! I've been eating chocolate chips straight from the bag (and that's bad, real bad). I'm going to go bake some brownies with my new box of cocoa powder. Sigh!
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Old 09-13-2008, 05:27 PM   #1067
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Just made a couple of loaves of Pumpkin Walnut Bread and brought a loaf to my neighbor as a thank you for giving us some of their lovely tomatoes!
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Old 09-14-2008, 07:09 PM   #1068
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okay, not baking, baking..... my Parents baked an extra pie crust, & i'm putting together a strawberry pie with whisked whippedcream.
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Old 09-14-2008, 07:28 PM   #1069
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not baking but did prepare and put strawberries in my new food dehydrator. it smells wonderful.
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not baking but did prepare and put strawberries in my new food dehydrator. it smells wonderful.
Ohhhhhh, I wish I were there!
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