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    I used *Just Cher*'s Ranch Bean recipe, as a base for a much loved family favorite, that I wanted to re-create at our base Dining Facility. In the States I could have bought a nice can of Ranch Style beans, and then kicked up--but grocery store. I still had some lovely dried Chipotle Peppers my daughter had in they went. (I am scaling this back down from the 150 I cooked it for, so I hope it is accurate for home cooks. :) )

    Recipe #322122

    Yea... they are spicy chai cake, with fabulous cinnamon fudge frosting. Use a nice strong black tea, like Assam or Darjeeling. If you can get the spices whole, and grind yourself...sooo much better. If you decorate the tops with a teardrop shape, and add silver or gold dragees--it will look like a gorgeous forehead bindi.

    Recipe #321999

    Simple breakfast/coffee cake.

    Recipe #321941

    These delights reference NOT the BWay show...but a special treat for our Pasta Lunch at the base Dining Facility. I cheated with a box mix(spiked-up, but the frosting is from scratch. :)

    Recipe #321829

    1 Reviews |  By ashkani

    When the peaches were in season in Texas, we always drove up to Fredricksburg in the Hill Country, to buy lugs and lugs of tree-ripe peaches. My Grandma was in charge of the canning, with Mom & I enlisted as kitchen scut peelers and jar sterilizers. I really believe her spiced peaches are what started my love of all things *spicy*. Here is a great chutney recipe that I got from one of our South Indian chefs--but I substituted peaches...pears are yummby too. This is incredible with any meat curry, roasted or bbq meat, or heck...over vanilla ice cream :)

    Recipe #321826

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