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    Chef #2932855
    Wed Aug 14, 2013 3:53 am
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    I just tried baking this biscotti recipe from www.mygreatfood.com. It turned out surprisingly edible but no pics because my goodies looked different from your usual biscotti. icon_redface.gif
    Red Apple Guy
    Wed Aug 14, 2013 5:36 am
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    Donna M. wrote:
    Tonite I made 3 loaves of zucchini bread, 2 loaves of white sourdough bread and nine jars of chokecherry jelly. That wore me out!

    Well, I'll bet! That's a lot. I had to look chokecherry up as I've kept myself down South all my life. I'm a little confused since I read about chokecherry shrubs and trees as well. Interesting.
    Bonnie G #2
    Wed Aug 14, 2013 9:08 am
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    I'll bet all that baking DID wear you out Donna; I'm "thinking" about rolls for dinner and can't get myself up and moving yet icon_rolleyes.gif I've never heard of chokeberries either, are the wild???
    Bonnie G #2
    Wed Aug 14, 2013 9:09 am
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    CGuerilla wrote:
    I just tried baking this biscotti recipe from www.mygreatfood.com. It turned out surprisingly edible but no pics because my goodies looked different from your usual biscotti. icon_redface.gif


    Welcome, so glad to have you here with us, the recipe looks great - and no need to look the same, different is good too icon_wink.gif
    adopt a greyhound
    Wed Aug 14, 2013 9:38 am
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    I made Sausage Pinwheels using Buttery Soft Crescent Rolls for the dough.

    Chokecherries are wild around here. Made jelly and syrup last year. We still have a good supply left and am glad as the chokecherries and apples must have been hit by a late frost this spring. Not many of either this year.
    Red Apple Guy
    Wed Aug 14, 2013 11:57 am
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    I second the welcome CGuerillia.

    Hey adopt a greyhound, those pinwheels look great. Before reading the reviews, I probably would have pre-cooked the sausage but evidently that's not necessary.
    Donna M.
    Wed Aug 14, 2013 9:41 pm
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    Red Apple Guy wrote:
    Donna M. wrote:
    Tonite I made 3 loaves of zucchini bread, 2 loaves of white sourdough bread and nine jars of chokecherry jelly. That wore me out!

    Well, I'll bet! That's a lot. I had to look chokecherry up as I've kept myself down South all my life. I'm a little confused since I read about chokecherry shrubs and trees as well. Interesting.


    Must be a bumper year for chokecherries around here. My son and his boss picked them for me. They asked how many I wanted and I told them a couple of ice cream buckets full. I actually got a 5-gallon bucket full! I couldn't use that many so I used about half and gave the rest to the birds out back. Besides the jelly I made last night I also made some syrup and a batch of chokecherry hot pepper jelly.
    Bonnie G #2
    Thu Aug 15, 2013 9:33 am
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    Oh Donna, that pepper jelly sounds great
    Bonnie G #2
    Thu Aug 15, 2013 9:35 am
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    Last night was invited to friends house for dinner so made Potato Puff Buns I've never made bread with potato before but it was awesome.
    duonyte
    Thu Aug 15, 2013 10:54 am
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    Those look wonderful, Bonnie. Potato adds moisture and keeping qualities to bread. I often toss in 1/2 cup of dehydrated potato flakes into any dough. It does not change the flavor. (I buy the cheapest potato flakes at Walmart or Aldi).

    If you like the taste of potato in bread, I can recommend
    Rustic Potato Loaves
    Potato and Saffron Bread
    Oat Potato Sandwich Bread
    Potato Bread-Bread Machine
    Red Apple Guy
    Thu Aug 15, 2013 11:37 am
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    Those look so good.

    I make a potato-leek bread I like:
    Vichyssoise (Potato-Leek) Bread
    Red Apple Guy
    Thu Aug 15, 2013 11:37 am
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    doubleo posto
    Donna M.
    Thu Aug 15, 2013 12:01 pm
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    Those look and sound soooo good, Bonnie. Did you also use the coconut oil in them? I would love to experiment with coconut oil but it is so expensive. I'm sure the recipe would turn out fine with butter instead.
    duonyte
    Thu Aug 15, 2013 12:51 pm
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    Trader Joe's has a reasonable coconut oil - I've been using it to pop popcorn - tastes like movie theater stuff.
    Donna M.
    Thu Aug 15, 2013 2:50 pm
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    I love Trader Joe's! Unfortunately, the closest one to me is several hundred miles away icon_sad.gif A container of it I saw at Walmart the other day cost $20.
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