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Old 12-15-2017, 09:22 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, 10:52 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, 03:42 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.
Cherry chip next!
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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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