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    I slightly adapted this recipe from Fleischmann's bread world site. Prep time does not include rise time. Paczki, pronounced POHNCH-key, are Polish doughnuts traditionally deep fried and eaten to celebrate Fat Tuesday (Mardi Gras). This flavorful baked version is prepared without the hassle of deep frying.

    Recipe #494943

    This is the recipe I always use for banana bread. It is very forgiving and you can add more nuts, more bananas (just adjust the milk quantity so the batter has the consistency of muffin batter), and only need one bowl. I use walnuts usually, but pecans are good too and I usually use the cheap 'whole and pieces' nuts without chopping further.

    Recipe #436756

    Quick and easy refrigerator bread. Lasts for two weeks. Don't wash container between uses to get a sour dough flavor.

    Recipe #414939

    This is delicious served over apple pie or ice cream or eaten with a spoon :) So good and makes an ordinary pie or ice cream extraordinary! I got the recipe from Avery Pursell and Challenge Butter

    Recipe #490520

    This recipe is from Kahlua. A fantastic, fudgy brownie with a little something extra. For an extra chocolatey experience add some mini chocolate chips and/or if you're feeling nutty, some chopped walnuts are in order. Extra boozy hint: Soak 1 cup of chopped walnuts in about 1/4 cup kahlua or whiskey or whatever for a few hours or overnight and stir in before spreading the batter in the pan.

    Recipe #514116

    From King Arthur Flour web site: Ebinger's, a lost-but-not-forgotten Brooklyn bakery, made their original version of this cake famous. Our recipe, based on the spirit of Blackout Cake if not its exact ingredients, marries a moist chocolate layer cake with rich, pudding-like filling and thick ganache icing — plus Ebinger's trademark cake-crumb coating.

    Recipe #515336

    From seriouseats.com: This elegant dessert marries three components: a moist olive oil cake made with cornmeal and flavored with orange, sweet olive oil-roasted grapes, and a thin coating of bittersweet chocolate ganache.

    Recipe #516011

    This has been a family favorite for years. I got the recipe from a 1983/1984 issue of 'Country Cooking'. I usually make it in the crockpot and allow much more time to cook. It's a budget saver and kid pleaser too! The flavor is rich and 100% comfort food and the dumplings, oh, the dumplings!! Enjoy!!

    Recipe #360842

    This recipe is from Cooking Light. Delicious and fancy enough for the holidays. This recipe uses Riesling, but for a nonalcoholic version, substitute sparkling white grape juice. Make up to a day ahead and refrigerate. Dip the covered mold into a bowl of warm water for 5 seconds to make the salad easier to unmold. I like to use canned Mandarin oranges.

    Recipe #403984

    I had trouble with yellow cakes coming out mealy and dry, (like a dry, oily cornbread texture) then I found this recipe in July 2008 Gourmet magazine. It's simple, easy, and the texture is, well, like cake ought to be - moist and tender. All that and delicious too! Don't over beat or it will be tough and try to start out with the ingredients at or near room temperature. Of course, you can make this into cupcakes or 13 x 9, just adjust the baking time. It's done when a wooden pick inserted in the center comes out clean. I'll never go back to the box mixes!

    Recipe #454812

    I found this recipe on Timberdoodle's blog. They have the best home school curriculum I've tried and, apparently, like delicious things too! I use whipped cream instead of the Cool Whip. From their blog, "A delicious, robustly raspberry dessert with a layer of cream cheese, a delicious nutty crust, and topped with Cool Whip; this dessert is a favorite with our family, coworkers, and even the local fire department!"

    Recipe #477773

    Ready, Set, Cook! Special Edition Contest Entry. The quickest comfort food dinner ever! It's easy to keep all of the ingredients on hand to throw this together in practically no time. Only one thing to wash and it tastes delicious too! I use precooked real bacon crumbles found by the bacon or salad fixings and frozen carrots and peppers.

    Recipe #474770


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