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Old 02-28-2017, 07:53 AM
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I saw a recipe for a combo flan/chocolate cake the other day in 1 of our cookbooks when I was flipping through it. Told Dogboa it looked really good but would take forever for the 2 of us to eat it. Flan is one of his fav desserts. The recipe was similar to http://www.food.com/recipe/chocolate-flan-cake-48401 , but instead of the jarred caramel sauce, it used a second can of condensed milk that had been boiled (in water in the can) until it turned to caramel.

Reason I posted is it might be fun to make with your GD, as it basically flips upside down while cooking in that the flan part ends up on the top and the cake on the bottom once it is cooked and flipped out of the bundt pan. I know my oldest GD who is interested in cooking would find that fun and cool.
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Old 02-28-2017, 09:11 AM
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Shrove Tuesday buns, filled with strawberry jam and whipped cream:

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Shrove Tuesday buns, filled with strawberry jam and whipped cream:

That looks so good.

I'll do pancakes tonight and save the lamb shanks for next week. Our church had so much going on last Sunday that the pancake breakfast was eliminated.

I'm subbing Friday so will have to save cake baking for Saturday. My granddaughter is only 4 and her help is in the measuring although she's getting good at cracking eggs.

The flan looks like something I'd like to try on a night where a Spanish dinner is planned. I'll want to do a paella soon and that would be a perfect dessert.
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No-Kneed bread made with whey (from strained homemade yogurt) in place of water.

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Old 03-08-2017, 06:41 PM
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nice! loaf. thou shalt not lend me your ear, I'll take the whole slice!

did you use a cover over the freeform for the initial bake?

one of my fav uses for whey is pancakes/waffles - bit tangy and a super rise (cut back on the baking powder....) from the higher acidity.
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nice! loaf. thou shalt not lend me your ear, I'll take the whole slice!

did you use a cover over the freeform for the initial bake?

one of my fav uses for whey is pancakes/waffles - bit tangy and a super rise (cut back on the baking powder....) from the higher acidity.
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I followed the recipe except for replacing the water with whey. Baked in Dutch oven covered for 30 minutes then uncovered for 7 minutes. This was a first time. I think it turned out good.

I haven't tried whey in anything else yet.

So replace equal amount whey for milk or water in pancakes/waffles (I usually use milk) and cut back on baking powder by how much?

Have you used whey in biscuits?
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Those strawberry buns and bread look spectacular, ladies!

YUM!

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Those strawberry buns and bread look spectacular, ladies!

YUM!

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I use all the whey 'on hand' and make up any volume lack with milk - it's usually +/- 75% whey.

I cut back the baking powder to 60% of normal. it's not real critical but it's most noticeable in making waffles - the squeeze out from the iron . . .
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The Warden Baked a loaf of Banana Bread yesterday...

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At every weekend I make the Sunday pie and at this week it´s a rhubarb pie:




Yummy with the afternoon coffee break.
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I made an 86 Proof Chocolate Cake in a Rose Bundt pan for a dear friend.
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Everything looks terrific, folks!

Susan, would you please start a new thread and post the recipe for that 86 Proof Cake?

mmmmMMM!

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I made an 86 Proof Chocolate Cake in a Rose Bundt pan for a dear friend.
This is what the cake looked like before I brushed it with additional bourbon and waited before I sifted powdered sugar on it. It is winging its way to my friend for his birthday.

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My rhubarb is looking good and won't be long and it will be big enough to harvest for a pie.

I've been asked to make something for an upcoming funeral and have a large amount of bananas so will make two banana breads with praline crust to take.
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Soon I will be making the famous lemon pecten cake from a famous bakery that once was on Sanibel Island. The late Jack Van Ball owned the Sanibel Island Bake Shop and created lemon pectens and baked them in shell cake molds. The Sanibel Bake Shop was famous for their eclairs, watermelon pickles, macaroons, sea grape jellies and baked goods. People remember this cake with great fondness.

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At this weenend I made an apple pie with sweet bun dough.



And with the rest of the dough cinnamon rolls:



Plus few long loaves:

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Three Old Fashioned Chocolate Chip Banana Breads

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Kebab meat paprika pie:



Thats so common here; before I can get camera, someone from the family has already managed to take the first piece...
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Saliha and Susan, it all looks incredible!

My mouth is so watering!

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The second sunday of May is the Mother´s Day in here. I baked a cake for my mom.



Basic sponge cake, filled with mashed banana, strawberry jam, whipped cream and strawberry quark (curd). Decorated with fondant icing, whipped cream and marzipan roses.

Happy Mother´s Day for mom.
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I am making carob brownies.

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Ham cauliflower pie:



With sour cream, cheese and a lot of chives.
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Giada's Lemon-Ricotte Cookies

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