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Sunday, 24 December 2006
# 4 EVER eat a Pine Tree???
Topic: RECIPES


The Maine State tree is the White Pine. I have had pine nuts in my Pesto, BUT THIS IS SOMETHING ELSE. 

I will have to try the pine needle tea  YUM! :}

 


Posted by oziahz at 10:21 AM EST
Updated: Monday, 25 December 2006 11:58 AM EST
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Friday, 8 December 2006
# 18 Teletha Marston's Bubble Fudge
Topic: RECIPES


1cup Marg. , 1 cup peanut butter, large bag of chocolate chips, large bag of peanut butter chips.
Melt all in microwave, ( not to heat, just to melt) stir to blend, fold in marshmallows. Pour in pan, cool in fridge for an hour or until you can cut into cubes. Enjoy!

I use the entire bag of marshmallows, but it's up to you how many bubbles you want in your bubble fudge.  Try to keep it cool because it is a soft creamy fudge. YUM YUM!!

 


Posted by oziahz at 10:33 AM EST
Updated: Saturday, 9 December 2006 2:32 PM EST
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Wednesday, 20 September 2006
RAIN'S B-DAY BUNDT
Topic: RECIPES


The first cake from a mix had issues and we ended up throwing it away. We tried to add fresh strawberries to the box mix and they did not bake in to the cake.

YUCKY....MESSY!! 

I was lucky enough to find a Strawberry Cake From Scratch  Recipe      and I had everthing I needed to make it on hand.

Rain doesn't like frosting so we added some curly ribbon, powdered sugar, a couple of candles, and Meguru fit perfectly in the center of the Bundt.

Life is so much easier when your children like frosting and will settle for a grocery store bought CAKE!!!!

Happy Birthday RAIN and MEGURU.
 

 


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Friday, 15 September 2006
7-UP Bundt
Topic: RECIPES


 

7-UP Bundt Cake Recipe

1 1/2 cups Butter
3 cups of sugar
5 eggs
3 cups of flour
2 Tbsp. Lemon Extract 
3/4 cup 7-UP

Cream sugar and butter together and beat until light and fluffy. Add eggs, one at a time, and beat well. Add flour. Beat in lemon extract and 7-up. Pour batter into well greased and floured jumbo Bundt pan. Bake at 325 for 1 1/4 hours.

WOW!!!

 I can see why the 7-UP family is up HIGH in the SKY.

This Bundt is a TOTAL SUGAR HIGH!!


 


Posted by oziahz at 12:27 AM EDT
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Tuesday, 5 September 2006
BUNDT CAKES
Topic: RECIPES


You have to have a Flickr account to join.

I checked out  FELT MOUSE'S blog today and she made such a delicious strawberry pie, that it got me thinking about my favorite type of cake.

I always remember the funny bundt cake scene in the movie

MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING. :}


 


Posted by oziahz at 10:20 AM EDT
Updated: Tuesday, 5 September 2006 10:37 AM EDT
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Monday, 4 September 2006
CUSTARD RECIPE
Topic: RECIPES

 

 

BAKED CUSTARD RECIPE (FOR ONE)

2 teaspoons of Eagle Brand Condensed Milk,7/ 8 Cup of water, 1 egg, 1/8 teaspoon of Nutmeg, 1/8 teaspoon of Vanilla, spinkle of salt.

Stir Condensed milk and water until thoroughly blended, beat egg and add to milk mixture, stir vanilla and salt until well mixed, pour into cold wet mold and sprinkle with nutmeg. Bake in a moderately warm oven until the tip of a knife remains clean after inserting into the middle of the custard.

I have never liked custard, but this recipe sounds so good and the vintage image looks so sweet, I will have to try it.

Sometimes I try things that I don't like, just to see if I have changed my mind. :}

 


 


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Monday, 21 August 2006
THE KUSHI STORE
Topic: RECIPES


This year I plan on visiting the Kushi Institute

If you click on the link they sell some great kitchen items like

SURIBACHIS that are Japanese grinding bowls with ridges at the bottom.

They also sell Nabe Pots that are Japanese communal food bowls similar to fondue cooking.


 

 


Posted by oziahz at 6:55 PM EDT
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Friday, 28 April 2006
ONIGIRI...Rice Balls!!!!
Topic: RECIPES







Click on the image to purchase the rice ball seasoning at one of the best online Asian Markets around.
With the gas prices what they are,it actually costs less for us to have the groceries shipped to our door than it would to drive to the nearest market.
We live in a rural area, so I see myself doing more online shopping in the future. :0)


Instructions to prepare rice ball:
1. Mix one packet Rice Ball seasoning to about 160 grams (5 oz) of hot rice, thoroughly.
2. Mold rice ball with two hands and serve





Posted by oziahz at 9:24 AM EDT
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Friday, 17 March 2006
Shamrock Pie
Topic: RECIPES







Had to share the vintage recipe :0)

Posted by oziahz at 7:43 PM EST
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Monday, 6 February 2006
VALENTINE'S WITHOUT CHOCOLATE? NO WAY!
Topic: RECIPES







Here is a quick chocolate sauce recipe from this cute little Hershey's Recipe Book

ALMOND BAR CHOCOLATE SAUCE
4-Hershey's Almond Bars 6-8 Tablespoons hot water

Place almond bars in double boiler, and melt, without water. Remove from fire, and add hot water to thin to consistency desired. Use immediately as a hot topping for ice cream, custards, baked puddings, etc. Hershey's plain milk chocolate may be used if preferred.


Posted by oziahz at 7:15 PM EST
Updated: Monday, 6 February 2006 7:54 PM EST
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