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    Plan on making this as close to Thanksgiving as possible, so it has time to cure before Christmas. This is a lot like the fruitcake from Corsicana, Texas. It is a very solid cake, with just enough batter to secure together the many pounds of fruit and nuts. The less expensive fruitcakes will have large amounts of batter, with the candied fruit set apart like jewels and framed by cake. One of the important construction techniques is the tedious snipping of all the fruits (with the possible exception of the currants). Even the raisins should be snipped into two or three pieces each. I warn you ahead of time: be patient! It is worth the effort. Lastly, the painting on of juice and long curing period allow for the many flavors to develop and intermingle. Don't skip it. Makes 1 7-lb fruitcake

    Recipe #60688

    I send out a big thank you to Stan Wishnafski for this recipe. He was a retired pastry chef, and we attended the same church for several years. I remember that he would often bring entire cheesecakes to church, to give to people as a way to say "thank you." I called it the cheesecake ministry! Stan said, "One of the more unusual characteristics cheesecake is the ripening process; it should be made at least 24 hours in advance. The dramatic difference between cured and uncured cake is hard to believe. It seems to increase in quality for at least 2 days, getting creamier while maturing." From my experience eating this, it's a lot like Costco cheesecake, rich and light at the same time, and not gummy like cheap cheesecakes.

    Recipe #60687

    We can't keep these in stock at my house! These cookies ship well and don't stick together in the cookie jar, yet are always soft and moist. I took the liberty of doubling the original recipe becasue that way I can use an entire box of brown sugar and not have to measure it. Special note: I make mine with Smart Balance shortening, and it changes the baking characteristics slightly. They spread less and cook faster. If you use Smart Balance shortening, take them out after 9 minutes. They might look a little raw, but they'll actually be done. I've also found that cookies baked on thin cookies sheets don't spread as much, and you can pack more of them on a sheet without trouble.

    Recipe #60686

    I highly recommend fresh rosemary for this loaf. By softening the raisins, they become plumper, and the raisin-water is then used for the liquid in the recipe. I like to make mini-loaves and freeze them before the second rise. Before bed, put one on the counter to defrost, and bake it when you get up in the morning. It seems to do well that way. And you can suprise your family/coworkers with warm bread. The cook time is approximate. Keep an eye on yours. I got this recipe from a high school friend, Katie Herlihy.

    Recipe #60683

    I actually abandoned my "family" banana bread in favor of this one... It's more a like a cake than a bread. I have increased the bananas from the original recipe, and I prefer to omit the nuts. I like mine warm with butter on top. Yummy!

    Recipe #58802

    This is a good example of whole grain baking that actually tastes good. These are also quite tasty while still warm.

    Recipe #58776

    RICH, chocolately, yummy brownies! NOT for the faint of heart. The best one I've ever made, and I am a devout chocoholic. Mine never pull away from the sides of the pan like the recipe says. Be sure to test it with a toothpick in more than one place, because you might run into a chocolate chip that would make it appear that the brownies aren't done yet.

    Recipe #58774


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