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    10 - 14 Eggs: Desserts

    The cookbook contains recipes using a total of 10 or more eggs. For example, 6 whole eggs and 4 egg yolks = 10 eggs. Not all recipes are mixed as such. Dig around! If you notice a recipe that ought to be in here, please let me know! Thanks.

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    Rich, very, very rich. This is an old recipe from the 1700's. Originally, a friend gave me this and swore me to secrecy, but later, I found this same recipe in an old cook book. I would not drink this often, with or without the alcohol! Certainly make sure your guests have a desiginated driver! This is awesome eggnog!

    Recipe #282475

    Otherwise known in English as "egg cheese". This is from my MIL who has Czech heritage. She makes this every Easter. She slices it and serves it at room temp with ham. *I* like it when it's chilled and I slice it and put it on a sandwich w/ cold leftover ham slices. It's a soft, solid custard. Servings are a guess. Prep time is the chilling time.

    Recipe #174728

    This is from one of my most prized cookbooks Compendium Of Cookery and Reliable Recipes.Copywrite 1890.It is so old I'm almost afraid to touch the pages.I wouldn't make this but I thought it would be fun to post it.It dosen't give a baking time so I'll guess at it but keep in mind they cooked on wood stoves then. Them measure in goblets!!

    Recipe #50246

    I saw Ina Garten prepare this on the "Barefoot Contessa" show on Food Network. It is EXCELLENT, but very rich, great for entertaining.

    Recipe #53406

    I had this at the Keg restaurant in Toronto....this is the way I prefer my tiramisu with chocolate cake...Of course you could always use a cake mix if time is short...in place of the chiffon cake...

    Recipe #83310

    awesome italian dessert

    Recipe #83922

    I tried this one on DH this weekend, he polished off more than half the tart! Serve it warm or cold with whipped cream. I used the peel of lemons, oranges and Satsumas, but any combination of citrus fruits can be used, or otherwise just lemon.

    Recipe #95701

    4 Reviews |  By Molly53

    A wonderfully different dessert.

    Recipe #95873

    My mother made this recipe or some variation of it for over 60yrs. once a week. When I was in college my weekly "care package" always included this cake. In her letter she always included the same note:"be sure to share, I don't want you wearing these pounds home." I made a lot of friends from this treasure. Don't forget to have a "toasted pound" for breakfast. ummm! 1#butter, 1#flour, 1#sugar, reason for name. If recipe has mace in it, count on it coming from Low Country in S.C.

    Recipe #102371


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