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Alix 11-03-2004 04:42 PM

Do You Bake when you are blue?
 
I do. I just whipped up a batch of brown sugar shortbread. I don't care now that it is nasty outside...it smells goooood in here.

debdore 11-03-2004 04:47 PM

When I'm blue I almost always bake somethhing of the chocolate persuasion. My favorite is hot fudge pudding cake.

Alix 11-03-2004 04:49 PM

OMG...that sounds FINE! Have you posted that recipe anywhere?

mudbug 11-03-2004 04:49 PM

Baking cures a lot of ills. When it's nasty outside, I also like to make something I can pick at - chili, soup, stew.

debdore 11-03-2004 04:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Alix
OMG...that sounds FINE! Have you posted that recipe anywhere?

I got it off of allrecipies.com here's the link:

https://cake.allrecipes.com/az/Hrshys....asp?lnkid=563

Alix 11-03-2004 04:59 PM

Thank you. I will check that out. Tomorrow is likely to be icky too, and I am suseptible to feeling blue lately.

mudbug 11-03-2004 05:00 PM

Going to be icky here tomorrow too. Now....what shall I make?

honeybee 11-03-2004 05:10 PM

Do You Bake when you are blue?
 
Alix, do you have the recipe for your brown sugar shortbread? Sounds delicious.

honeybee 11-03-2004 05:12 PM

Do You Bake when you are blue?
 
Brownies or chocolate chip cookies are always good.

norgeskog 11-03-2004 05:19 PM

Granny Smith Apples cored (unpeeled) but not a hole through the bottom, stuff with butter, brown sugar, crystalized ginger and maple syrup. When done, a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream on top.

chez suz 11-03-2004 05:21 PM

For me its about cooking...recently in one weekend I made a Veal Brisket Marsala w/Wild Mushrooms, Ministroni Soup and a Lasagna...There are only 2 of us!! The only reason I didn't bake a desert is I knew I would pick at it all weekend....must keep my figure..
My freezer is starting to look like a frozen food section in a market!

Alix 11-03-2004 10:39 PM

Honeybee I will post brown sugar shortbread in baking and desserts for you.

uptown chef 11-03-2004 11:02 PM

Oat Meal raisin cookies
 
My favorite cookie on cold depressing day is oatmeal raisin. the Pillsbury recipe. i love to use Penzeys spices the house smells great and the kids love em too. Uptown Chef

luvs 11-03-2004 11:05 PM

dessert is just something we didn't really have when i was a kid and i don't really like sweet stuff. (we all stayed really skinny, too, so i'm not complaining!)
but i love to make homemade fettucine.... it is a very similar concept to baking... only real difference is the actual cooking method that you employ....

Juliev 11-04-2004 01:37 AM

brownies or chocolate chip cookies.. but, I try not to do that often, because I end up eating them all. :?

marmalady 11-04-2004 06:53 AM

Cooking has always been my 'therapy'. We ate VERY well after my son's accident, lol!

Alix 11-04-2004 10:54 AM

I'm with you marmalady. When I am sad, I cook or bake. Our freezer is getting pretty full.

buckytom 11-04-2004 10:55 AM

alix, i really hope you are ok. i don't like hearing how much you are baking lately...lol.

Alix 11-04-2004 10:57 AM

Hey...I thought I was having a party here Saturday??? I need to stock up. I am OK bucky, just getting through a rough patch...and as you know...foodies gotta cook.

norgeskog 11-04-2004 05:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chez suz
For me its about cooking...recently in one weekend I made a Veal Brisket Marsala w/Wild Mushrooms, Ministroni Soup and a Lasagna...There are only 2 of us!! The only reason I didn't bake a desert is I knew I would pick at it all weekend....must keep my figure..
My freezer is starting to look like a frozen food section in a market!

chez suz I would love to try the veal brisket marsala w/wild mushrooms however, I live alone and do not like leftovers. Make a suggestion for that to Jay for Zenon. :D

chez suz 11-04-2004 05:46 PM

Norgeskog

The Veal Brisket is a definite leftover dish...I guess you will have to stick to the typical Scalapini recipe!! Or invite company :roll:

norgeskog 11-04-2004 06:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chez suz
Norgeskog

The Veal Brisket is a definite leftover dish...I guess you will have to stick to the typical Scalapini recipe!! Or invite company :roll:

good idea chez suz. But something is lost in the translation from VB to S. I love stuffed veal breast, but try it with a bone-in veal chop and not as good. Ah well, maybe it will be on a menu sometime.

chez suz 11-04-2004 06:33 PM

Good point Norgeskog...my veal brisket is a far cry from my veal scalapini marsala..both good..but very different. Oh Well...maybe you should reconsider leftovers...my husband leaves things over on purpose!!


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