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Old 04-09-2008, 02:59 PM   #321
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Are the recipes for the double decker brownies and the sour cream lemon cake out there anywhere? I'd like both of those please.

And I didn't get to the bread yesterday so that on the list for today.
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Old 04-09-2008, 04:44 PM   #322
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Made one loaf of N.Y. Times bread and 3 1/2 dozen malted milk cookies. The bread came out perfectly...as usual.

This is the first time making the cookies. The dough is very like chocolate chip cookies, but Whoppers (malted milk balls) are crushed up in the blender and added to the dough, along with chocolate drink mix (think Quik). The cookies are really good. Nice and crunchy. The recipe came out of Taste of Home - The Ultimate Cookie Collection.
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Old 04-09-2008, 08:56 PM   #323
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Lemon Sour Cream Pound Cake.
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I only baked some buttermilk biscuits for dinner to go with my pot roast, but I also finished off my cupcake samples with three different types of buttercream - standard, white chocolate and cream cheese.
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Old 04-09-2008, 09:30 PM   #325
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OK, my ignorance is showing again. By supremes, do you mean the orange segments? I need to know because I'm ready to make this fabulous concoction right now!!!
sorry, just seeing this now. yep, those segments in between the see through white skin stuff in between them. It was wonderful and an unexpected treat than the usual.

and I must say, those biscuits, d*a*n*g.........sooooo good
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made a quick bread from ready made pizza dough in a tube. delicious with rosemary , olive oil and various herbs.


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I'm usually not much of a baker but I have a taste for some walnut brownies.
Think I'm going to make some today.
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Two kinds of biscotti: Almond and a northern Italy biscotti using corn meal with currents and lemon for flavor. I also made some peanut brittle with a chocolate coating, and I'm baking an herbed chicken now to put in a puff pastry container tomorrow for lunch.
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I made some blueberry muffins with steusel. Delicious!
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Are the recipes for the double decker brownies and the sour cream lemon cake out there anywhere? I'd like both of those please.

And I didn't get to the bread yesterday so that on the list for today.
I will pm it to you Alix. They are scrumptious!
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