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Old 12-15-2017, 10:22 AM
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Yesterday, the Warden Baked a Blueberry-Lemon Cake ... Recipe Posted ... here http://www.netcookingtalk.com/forums...rry+lemon+cake

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Old 12-19-2017, 11:52 AM
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Did this again with carrot cake. It's better with the yellow cake mix.

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Old 12-24-2017, 04:42 PM
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Today I made the "pumpkin" pie for tomorrow's dinner. I cooked a butternut squash, ran it through the foley food mill, then used Mrs Cunningham's recipe for pumpkin pie from Saveur Magazine. I just checked it and the middle was still sloppy so giving it 15 more minutes than the recipe calls for. I can make crust but use Pillsbury's crust - never fails.

and out of the oven....

I had some leftover filling and baked it as a custard.
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We're making Cool Whip cookies.
These were made with yellow cake mix, 1 egg, a small container of Cool Whip, THEN rolled in powdered sugar before baking.
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Those cookies look terrific, Sass! Looks like you're having a blast with your family and your new living arrangement!

Lucky, I'm going to look for that Lemon Blueberry Cake recipe and make that sucker! (found it and linked it in your photo post above. I will copy and paste it into my files.)

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I'll have to try those as I'm getting tired of chocolate chip cookies. It seems like that's all folks bring to hospitality and I was no different. I had hospitality today and made four batches of Betty Crocker's chocolate chips cookies and two loaves of banana bread yesterday. Believe it or not I'd never made cookies before till yesterday. They were well received. I cracked and chopped a cup of pecans leftover from the Christmas our bowl to put in the banana bread.
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Delicious-looking, John!

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Pizzagaina (Italian Easter Meat Pie) ready for the oven

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this is the same recipe as the oatmeal raisin batch but I subbed 125 g chopped cashews (1 cup) for the raisins. on prior request, omitted the cinnamon.

DW thinks it needs raisins _and_ cashews . . . but they're good anywho....
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Old 08-16-2018, 07:34 PM
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Ok, Kids. I'll get this one started since I was busy in my kitchen at 0600 this morning. Got the sandwich rolls replenished for the freezer, and made a batch of my Oatmeal Raising Cake Cookies with walnuts. Can anyone say YUMMO????


Yummy! Making another batch of choc chip cookies. This time, I got some small scoops to portion then out evenly!
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I'll have to try those as I'm getting tired of chocolate chip cookies. It seems like that's all folks bring to hospitality and I was no different. I had hospitality today and made four batches of Betty Crocker's chocolate chips cookies and two loaves of banana bread yesterday. Believe it or not I'd never made cookies before till yesterday. They were well received. I cracked and chopped a cup of pecans leftover from the Christmas our bowl to put in the banana bread.

Those cookies & banana bread are making me jealous!! Hah!!
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Making some choc chip cookies.
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I made 2 loaves of sausage bread yesterday

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Mouth is watering, Peep.

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I had bought a fundraiser box of cookie dough that a coworker's kid was selling for school so I've been plopping and baking.
These will go to work with me tonight for our holiday snack and share table.
I've got another dozen to bake.

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Had to sample some to make sure they weren't poisonous ( as my Dad used to say)..
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Those look excellent. We bought several boxes of Otis Spunkmeyer cookies and will have to try them.

I'm making a two pies for Thanksgiving - pumpkin using sugar pumpkin we cooked down and froze and a golden delicious French apple pie from apples given to us by a friend we seldom see. She's given over 250 pounds of apples away from her to trees.

I'll be making several different breads, cookies, and cake for church coming up. I saw a thing on Facebook about making individual pecan pies and will give that a try, as well.
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Those look excellent. We bought several boxes of Otis Spunkmeyer cookies and will have to try them.

I'm making a two pies for Thanksgiving - pumpkin using sugar pumpkin we cooked down and froze and a golden delicious French apple pie from apples given to us by a friend we seldom see. She's given over 250 pounds of apples away from her to trees.

I'll be making several different breads, cookies, and cake for church coming up. I saw a thing on Facebook about making individual pecan pies and will give that a try, as well.
Johnny can you please post a link to the individual pecan pies. TIA
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Johnny can you please post a link to the individual pecan pies. TIA
As seen on Facebook. Nancy bought 4 boxes of Pillsbury pie crust. I'll try and find a gluten free pie curst to make some for myself. I'll try to get 48 done for church. I dunno?

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As seen on Facebook. Nancy bought 4 boxes of Pillsbury pie crust. I'll try and find a gluten free pie curst to make some for myself. I'll try to get 48 done for church. I dunno?

https://www.lemontreedwelling.com/mi...lvgVg5r8aaTgqU
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BTW is that a mini cupcake/muffin tin?
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Those look excellent. We bought several boxes of Otis Spunkmeyer cookies and will have to try them.

I'm making a two pies for Thanksgiving - pumpkin using sugar pumpkin we cooked down and froze and a golden delicious French apple pie from apples given to us by a friend we seldom see. She's given over 250 pounds of apples away from her to trees.

I'll be making several different breads, cookies, and cake for church coming up. I saw a thing on Facebook about making individual pecan pies and will give that a try, as well.
Thanks John.
I sent the picture to Jeff last night and when he saw the box of cookie dough, he said gee, Mom, I see you went all out.

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It's going all out when we support the kids on their fundraiser's. IMO. The cookies aren't bad, either.

My pecan pie tarts will be in the standard muffin pan.

I found a GF pie crust and GF madeleine recipe and will make a test batch of madeleines today.
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I didn't like this GF Madeleine recipe and will try a different one or modify the one i used to make. This didn't have enough lemon. For some reason one side of my over is hotter which I never experienced before. Next time will use convection and cut back time.
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