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The best cake ever:

1 box of butter yellow cake mix

1 can of 'Solo' Almond Filling. NOT paste

Prepare cake as directed on box, then add almond filling. Bake as directed...

I use a confectioners sugar icing as frosting, but you don't need anything...

Great with coffee!

Enjoy!

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The best cake ever:

1 box of butter yellow cake mix

1 can of 'Solo' Almond Filling. NOT paste

Prepare cake as directed on box, then add almond filling. Bake as directed...

I use a confectioners sugar icing as frosting, but you don't need anything...

Great with coffee!

Enjoy!

Is this allowed? Surely this is a recipe thread? Come on Planted. I could say the best Pizza ever is a Sloppy Joe. Open the box, remove the pizza, put it in the oven on 200 c ( 180 fan) cook for 10 mins, slice into eighths. Eat

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Is this allowed? Surely this is a recipe thread? Come on Planted. I could say the best Pizza ever is a Sloppy Joe. Open the box, remove the pizza, put it in the oven on 200 c ( 180 fan) cook for 10 mins, slice into eighths. Eat

Oh, get over yourself. Haha

I love this recipe...it is embarassingly easy, which Im sure is a welcome surprise to some of my gal pals here.

But, I take your point, chillumpuffer. ;)

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Deep-dish pizza is also good cooked in cast iron skillets. So are biscuits and sticky pecan cinnamon rolls.

You have to share your sticky pecan cinnamon roll recipe!

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The best cake ever:

1 box of butter yellow cake mix

1 can of 'Solo' Almond Filling. NOT paste

Prepare cake as directed on box, then add almond filling. Bake as directed...

I use a confectioners sugar icing as frosting, but you don't need anything...

Great with coffee!

Enjoy!

That sounds really good!

I've tried a couple of bagel recipes recently and both turned out well. This one had 1-2 fewer steps, and the bagels were really good:

http://flourarrangements.org/2012/02/a-better-bagel/

I made one batch with wheat flour only, and another with white bread flour.

Edited by Virginia

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CHILI

Here is the recipe to my homemade chili - hope some of you try this recipe, especially if you like spicy!

Heat Extra Virgin Olive Oil in a large pot.

Dice 3 large Spanish onions, finely chop as much fresh garlic as you want - add onions and garlic to EVOO and saute

Cut 10 jalapenos and saute them with the garlic and onions.

Brown 4 pounds of ground sirloin or whatever meat you desire. Make sure to brown in a different pot. Once browned, drain fat and add to the onions, garlic and jalapenos.

Once you've added the meat, add 4 large cans of diced tomatoes, or sometimes I get whole tomatoes and crush them by hand. Doing the latter gives the dish more texture. Once the tomatoes are added, let cook for about 10 minutes.

Add Cayenne Pepper, Cumin, Paprika, and Chili Powder. I add these ingredients a few times before the chili is done, giving them a chance to cook into the other ingredients. I don't measure the amount of these ingredients, I add according to taste. Let cook for approximately 20 minutes.

The final ingredient is Brooks Hot Chili Beans. I add 2 large cans. Add the beans and let the chili cook for another 15 minutes or so.

I usually serve the chili with oyster crackers and fresh french bread. I sometimes make pasta elbows or another pasta the second day for chili mac.

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Dang, I think I may have created this thread in a former life. lOL. Anyway, my cranberry relish turned out great this year. My wife who normally is not a fan of it even liked it.

2 recipes follow cranberry relish and butternut squash

The secret is using honey instead of sugar

A bag of Ocean Spray cranberries, the redder you can find the better.

3 small clementine oranges (seedless)

Honey to taste, probably a bit more than half of one of those small honey bears.

Walnuts (makes it better unless you have an allergy or do not like nuts)

After processing the cranberries and oranges and mixing with the honey, allow at least 4-5 days in the refrigerator to let the sugar from the honey work on the berries. Stir it after a day or two. If you think it needs more honey add some and it will be fine.

My butternut squash comes out very good also

I cut in half length ways 3 heads of butternut squash

Bake at 350 for a couple hours and until a fork goes in easy

Then scrape the insides out after it is cooled enough to handle with a pot holder into a large bowl

Add 1/2 to 3/4 of a stick of butter

Honey (maybe a half a bear or a little more)

Brown Sugar (maybe about 3 tablespoons but to taste-the honey will sweeten it alot)

Use an electric mixer on high and it will be smooth with no lumps. You will love it.

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