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Old 05-25-2007, 12:01 PM   #21
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... and a strawberry mascarpone tart..kadesma
I NEED to know more about the strawberry mascarpone tart!!! (I may put my strawberry tiramisu on hold ).

I have one I saved, that's calling my name. I may try mixing in some kiwis, & using lime juice:

Strawberry Mascarpone Tart
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Old 05-25-2007, 12:09 PM   #22
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This is the first chance I have had to think about this one. Am going to a cookout on Sunday and will make extra potato salad so we can have some on Monday, along with grilled burgers. Am making the hamburger buns right now.
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Old 05-25-2007, 12:23 PM   #23
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I NEED to know more about the strawberry mascarpone tart!!! (I may put my strawberry tiramisu on hold ).

I have one I saved, that's calling my name. I may try mixing in some kiwis, & using lime juice:

Strawberry Mascarpone Tart
Mish, you make a rich tart pastry (have the recipe) and pre-bake it the day before you need it if you want. The filling is 1 c. cold mascarpone cheese,3/4-c. heavy cream,1/4c. confectioners sugar and 1-tea. vanilla beat til stiff peaks form then spread this mixture into the baked tart crust.Melt 3-4 tab. of seedless strawberry or raspberry jelly and then place 20-30 strawberries pointed end UP on the tart filling..Brush each strawberry with the melted jam. Cover and refrigerate til cold..It will stay for up to one day in refrigerator serve nice and cold.
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Old 05-25-2007, 12:26 PM   #24
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Mish, you make a rich tart pastry (have the recipe) and pre-bake it the day before you need it if you want. The filling is 1 c. cold mascarpone cheese,3/4-c. heavy cream,1/4c. confectioners sugar and 1-tea. vanilla beat til stiff peaks form then spread this mixture into the baked tart crust.Melt 3-4 tab. of seedless strawberry or raspberry jelly and then place 20-30 strawberries pointed end UP on the tart filling..Brush each strawberry with the melted jam. Cover and refrigerate til cold..It will stay for up to one day in refrigerator serve nice and cold.
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That sounds lovely. Bet the berries have a nice shiney glaze. Thank you!
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Old 05-25-2007, 01:51 PM   #25
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That sounds lovely. Bet the berries have a nice shiney glaze. Thank you!
Yes, they are beautiful and boy do they taste good...I like the jelly as a glaze and plan to try using it on other fruits for tarts, like apples and apple jelly, brush black berryon blackberries, should work well.

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Memorial Day is a day of rememberence for those that have passed while serving in the military, and also a day to remember and appreciate those that still serve/or have served in the military. Typically those that served in WW1, WW2, Korean war, Vietnam, and those currently serving in the military and current war. So, if Victoria Day is one in which you honor your military, then yes I guess it's basically the same holiday, just celebrated on a different day. In my town we don't have fireworks, but we do have a parade, and lots of military planes flying overhead, and vets from all the wars they served. Some are so elderly that they cannot walk in the parade so they are provided with a bus through the parade and they wave to the crowd.
well then i guess victoria day isn't the same as memorial day.

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Old 05-26-2007, 06:38 AM   #27
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I may cook dinner after all.
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Wishing everyone a great Memorial Day while never forgetting our brave Men and women serving our Country !
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Thanks and same to you and everyone here. Happy Memorial Day!!! Wishing everyone a very safe and enjoyable holiday.

Please, whatever you do and however you plan to enjoy the holiday, please don't drink and drive. And make sure that you buckle up, including the precious little ones.

I'm going to be cooking tomorrow. Having potato salad, mac & cheese, collard greens, and some buttermilk fried chicken.

Making a nacho dip, having sherbet for desert and I might make some ice cream, time permitting. I've already started prepping some of the food.
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This weekend has passed too quickly. I wish I had had a chance to plan ahead and gotten a pork butt.

Now, I'm not sure what we'll do. Maybe just some grilled chicken, lime/cilantro potato salad - or something - I just don't know.
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