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3 years 8 months ago - 3 years 8 months ago #230 by Lupe
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vittles, tasty things to eat.

A group I am a member of in Facebook, follows the series of the Author Spider Robinson, the Callaghan Series is about a group of people in a bar that help others. Anyway. Someone posted an old recipe book from when they were a .alt group. I post it here.

Edit: guess I won't. it's a rtf but the forum tosses it out. the file is 137KB, maybe that's to big...
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3 years 8 months ago #231 by Lupe
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Here are a few:

Sex In A Pan

Preheat oven to 325 F [160 C].
Base:
1/2 cup margarine Cut into each other until mixture resembles fine
1 cup flour crumbs. Press into a 9" or 10" [23-25 cm] square
1/4 cup sugar pan. Bake 25 minutes. Cool.

1 large banana Layer thin slices over cooled base.

1 8oz.(250g) pkg. of cream cheese
1/2 cup icing sugar Beat together until smooth.

1 500 mL. tub Cool Whip Stir into beaten mixture.
Spread over banana slices.

3 cups milk Combine in a bowl and beat until well
1 170g(6 portion size)pkg. blended; about 2 minutes. Spoon over
instant chocolate pudding cream cheese layer.
1 135g(4 portion size)pkg.
instant vanilla pudding

1 cup whipping cream Whip up with sugar and spread over above.

12 crushed chocolate wafers
OR Sprinkle on top.
1/3 cup finely chopped nuts

Refrigerate or freeze until ready to serve. If serving as a frozen
dessert, let thaw 10 minutes before eating.

VR: Alfvaen
RL: Aaron Humphrey



Chocolate Genocide

WARNING - you can put on weight READING this!"

8 oz [230 grams] butter
8 oz [230 grams] dark chocolate
2 eggs
1 oz [30 grams] sugar
8 oz [230 grams] digestive biscuits, crushed (or other plain wheaten
*cookies*, if you're from the US - I suspect Graham crackers would do).

Attempt to finish all three stages roughly simultaneously:

a) melt the butter
b) beat the eggs and add the sugar
c) melt the chocolate

A microwave helps....

Now, add eggs/sugar to butter and stir
Add chocolate and stir - it looks revolting at this stage
Add biscuits/cookies, stir frantically - the aim is to get it all
thoroughly mixed before the chocolate sets.

Turn out into suitable container, deposit in refrigerator, allow to set
properly. Serve with double cream.

For total decadance, make a second batch with WHITE chocolate and
either a) pour on top of the set first batch to give layers or b) pour
on half-set first batch and stir to give marbled effect.

VR: The Bard
RL: Mike Whitaker


charis' famous fudge!!!!

this is my favorite recipe....it's wonderful, and quite easy as well.
my specialty.......

3 cups sugar
1/3 cup butter/margarine
2/3 cup evaporated milk

combine in saucepan, cook at med/high for several minutes....not too
long... just until the sugar is dissolved (read, mixture is not grainy).
turn off stove, add:

24 oz. (2 regular bags) [680g] chocolate chips
1 teaspoon vanilla

stir thoroughly, until chips are melted. immediately pour into greased
pan. serve at your convenience....

VR: Charis
RL: Lisa Frank

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3 years 1 month ago #244 by Lupe
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Since I don't have a Recipe website anymore I have been using Tumblr

Here is the link: don-estaban-maturin.tumblr.com/

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3 years 1 month ago #245 by Trigan
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Wow! That's an impressive list.

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3 years 1 month ago #246 by Trigan
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Lupe wrote: Edit: guess I won't. it's a rtf but the forum tosses it out. the file is 137KB, maybe that's to big...


Yeah, the filesize limit was 120kB, but I've increased it to 500kB for you.
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3 years 1 month ago #268 by Lupe
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Emilie’s Tomato Soup (Bisque)
My mom made tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches when the weather was cold and wet, or when she just wanted to, or we asked for it, or whenever.

I didn’t get the recipe from her while she was with us, and after that, I wanted her soup, ruined many of bowl before I got it down.

Tomato Soup
  • 1 cup tomato juice
  • 1 cup of whole milk
  • 1 Tbls butter (margarine will work but I like real butter)
  • salt and black pepper to taste (heavy on the black pepper like mom made it)
Mix tomato juice, milk, butter, salt and pepper in a sauce pan and slowly bring it up to a simmer (so you don’t scald the milk) and simmer a little while to make sure it all get’s to know each other. Stir regularly.

Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
  • bread (white, wheat, sour dough, homemade, it don’t matter)
  • Cheddar Cheese slices
  • butter or margarine
  • basil
Butter the slices of bread and put the cheese slices. dust with basil. You have two choices here, butter the inside and put them in the toaster oven till the bread is toasted, or butter the outside and toast them in a frying pan on the stove.

Enjoy
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