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Old 02-11-2011, 11:14 PM   #1
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I tried to see if there was a thread on what people are currently making, or have made recently, or are planning on making, and I couldn't find one!
(If there is, then I am sorry for being a lowly noob )

So! What are you making/baking/cooking right now? What did you make recently? AND, what is on your wishlist of recipes?
...Yes, I do have a recipe wishlist of sorts. Shh!

In any case, I will start things off! I am in the process of making these Cinnamon Raisin Pull-Apart Muffins (sans raisins). Here's a pic from the source (which I had to crop so it would upload, grr):
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Old 02-12-2011, 04:16 AM   #2
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It's funny you're making a cinnamon - pull apart- breakfast pastry - type thing, because I am too.

My challenge?

Cinnamon roll deliciousness, sans yeast and gluten.

My first test batch will be out within the next 8 minutes...

*cross fingers*
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http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/i...ipe/index.html

They came out creamy and wonderful. Totally worth the effort to make candy at home.
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It's funny you're making a cinnamon - pull apart- breakfast pastry - type thing, because I am too.

My challenge?

Cinnamon roll deliciousness, sans yeast and gluten.

My first test batch will be out within the next 8 minutes...

*cross fingers*
Ooh, that does sound like a challenge. I hope they turn out well!

As for mine, they came out as a bunch of sugar-crusted turds. I have zero experience making breads, and that's probably why.


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They came out creamy and wonderful. Totally worth the effort to make candy at home.
Hehe, these are totally on my wishlist! I don't have the same recipe, but I think I might try yours instead!
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shuefly, are you familiar with Gluten Free Girl? Her website has some amazing recipes and tons of info on cooking and baking gluten free. Her husband is also a chef and has altered his way of cooking to her dietary needs. If you haven't seen it, check her out. I heart them.

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It's funny you're making a cinnamon - pull apart- breakfast pastry - type thing, because I am too.

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Cinnamon roll deliciousness, sans yeast and gluten.

My first test batch will be out within the next 8 minutes...

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Old 02-12-2011, 03:29 PM   #6
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Thanks a bunch for that link! I can't wait to see what kind of crazy, kooky, gluten-free trouble I can get into now.
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Guess what? I made a pie!
It was for um, a pie party (yeah, I'm not even joking) that my friend was having. I used this recipe for Black Licorice Creme Brulee Tarts. I pretty much butchered the recipe in transforming it into a pie, but those that loved licorice, loved it a LOT.
Here's a pic from the source (because I do like pictures of attractive foods):
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I'm planning on making creamed peas this weekend.
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I've never heard of creamed peas! Does it taste anything like split pea soup?
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Sometimes I'll add some sliced or diced cooked red potato to this dish.
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Sometimes I'll add some sliced or diced cooked red potato to this dish.
Ooh, that looks good!
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i am making lobster mac and cheese. i used 8 oz rigatoni, 6 oz frozen lobster claw and knuckle meat, 1 cup sharp cheddar. Boiled the mac, made a roux, then a white sauce, put the lobster meat in a bowl, flaked it added 2 tsp lemon juice. put 1/2 cup of sauce over the mac, added the shredded cheddar, a tsp of dry mustard. put the mac in a baking dish topped w the lobster and the rest of the sauce.
baked at 350 for 30 min. Plated w cooked peas, YUM!
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I made Chorizo-Potato-Egg-Cheese (and Cholula) breakfast burritos, and while I didn't get a picture of them, they looked alot like these critters:

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A long time ago, on a board named.. Dimensions.. I posted a picture of Snickers Fudge. I can't find it now, but here is a recipe for Snickers Squares.

I almost posted the recipe on the February Foodee Challenge, but it looks so hard to make, I doubt I'd have the patience (and time) to make it.. But I really want to make it right.. NOW.
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A long time ago, on a board named.. Dimensions.. I posted a picture of Snickers Fudge. I can't find it now, but here is a recipe for Snickers Squares.

I almost posted the recipe on the February Foodee Challenge, but it looks so hard to make, I doubt I'd have the patience (and time) to make it.. But I really want to make it right.. NOW.
That's a cool idea. I checked out the link though, and the name of the site is "The Best Mom on the Block". My first reaction was, "Really? Who the eff are you, lady?" I'm not even a parent and so I really shouldn't feel the need to get defensive, but...I just thought I'd share that little tidbit!

P.S. I am totally sorry if that's your mother's website. LOL. Okay, I'll stop
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That's a cool idea. I checked out the link though, and the name of the site is "The Best Mom on the Block". My first reaction was, "Really? Who the eff are you, lady?" I'm not even a parent and so I really shouldn't feel the need to get defensive, but...I just thought I'd share that little tidbit!

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Sometimes I'll add some sliced or diced cooked red potato to this dish.
My mom used to make these. Nummy!

Right now I am frying bacon and have soaked some beans overnight; will make homemade baked beans this afternoon and let them make the house smell good while the storm rages outside.
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Hmm those peas look good. Think I will make some pea dumplings today.. Yum
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Since my local market is having a "Buon Appetito" sale with all things Italian, that is what we will be eating this week.

Tonight it will be Italian sausage with onion and peppers on long rolls.

Tomorrow nite (and hopefully Tuesday with leftovers) is lasagna with a layer of lovingly cooked baby portabellas and onions, with salad on the side.

Wednesday night is make your own pizza. With pre-made pizza crust (hey I'm no saint), mushrooms, onions, pepperoni and shaved parmesan, and of course mootz and sauce.

Thursday will be baked ziti with lots of cheese and sausage on the side. I am guessing that we will include garlic bread because I have discovered my sister's hidden talent (which is incredible garlic bread) and I am sure there will be leftovers for Friday.

And Saturday nite is takeout nite at my house. I am sure that it won't be Italian. So far I am thinking Cuban since we discovered a local place that is just incredible. Or if I win the lottery, Sushi.
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making mini crustless quiches for the week with bacon, sausage, onion and mushrooms.

Also cooking some smoked sausage to go along with it for the week.
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Today I made chicken stock and D A Bunny's Fudge Filled Bars. I'm also poaching salmon to go with tomato and cucumber cous cous for a couple lunches this week. Then I'm sectioning a couple blood oranges to go with a yummy vinaigrette, steamed beets and greens for a salad.
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First, did you like them? Second, I would eat the whole menu. Love salmon and everything else listed.
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First, did you like them? Second, I would eat the whole menu. Love salmon and everything else listed.
I loved them! Partly because they're so versatile and mostly because they're yummy.
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I loved them! Partly because they're so versatile and mostly because they're yummy.
I am glad that you liked them. I don't make them as often because we just inhale them.
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White choc chip and candy cookies.


I mixed some crushed up clinkers in with the cookie dough. Deliciousness ensued.



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