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Marisa_CH 27.02.2011 15:33

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Today I decided to try two recipes from Lorraine Pascale's BBC show Baking made Easy... ssooooo yummy!

Tomatoe and Basil Tarte Tatin - only problem I had was my tomatoes were too juicy, so I had drain off some of the juice before flipping it over and the Dreamlike shortbread :)

Egla 27.02.2011 19:19

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http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5057/...1186bb19b8.jpg

Photo is mine, recipe taken from http://www.kayotic.nl/blog/raspberry...ecake-brownies There is another one very similar from David Lebovitz - takes less time to prepare ;)

Little_Polka 28.02.2011 09:55

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Sweet weekend that was :)
Coco au miel, pastry corents with vanilla cream, carrot pancakes with apples (originally walnuts) and rhubarb cake :)

thebrynster 01.03.2011 01:13

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My daughter's 2nd Birthday cake, made this weekend. Ordered all the fondant from back-art.ch. Thanks so much Crumbs!!!!!! :-) Love your site!

Crumbs 01.03.2011 09:51

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Originally Posted by thebrynster (Post 1120147)
My daughter's 2nd Birthday cake, made this weekend. Ordered all the fondant from back-art.ch. Thanks so much Crumbs!!!!!! :-) Love your site!

Wow, that's a fabulous creation! I bet she was thrilled :D

Nikkito 03.03.2011 13:46

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Argentine Flammkuchen ;)

JLF 03.03.2011 14:37

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I made a homemade roasted tomato/garlic/red pepper cream sauce last night and threw in two types of sausages and some pecan/brown sugar crusted chicken. The color is a bit darker because I added red wine (of course)... Served over whole grain pasta and uncooked spinach, which then lightly cooks under the heat of the sauce. Topped off with a bit of manchego cheese. SO Yummy. :msngrin:

Egla 03.03.2011 16:23

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For chocolate lovers :) Recipe from here http://www.davidlebovitz.com/2007/09/clotildes-very/ I used all purpose flour plus some bran instead of whole wheat flour.

Nikkito 04.03.2011 01:27

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i wanna try everything :D

s.grimm 04.03.2011 21:47

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Hello,

the roaster pork seems soo yummy, you fry it or bake it?

sandy

s.grimm 04.03.2011 22:00

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SInce i'm not working, i love to spend my time cooking nice food for my husband :D

HarryBosch 04.03.2011 22:40

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Sweet weekend that was :)
Coco au miel, pastry corents with vanilla cream, carrot pancakes with apples (originally walnuts) and rhubarb cake :)

Will you marry me. Pleeeeeease.

Little_Polka 05.03.2011 09:55

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Will you marry me. Pleeeeeease.

:D

You just made my day hehe.

33foxglove 05.03.2011 20:29

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Originally Posted by Marisa_CH (Post 1118214)
Today I decided to try two recipes from Lorraine Pascale's BBC show Baking made Easy... ssooooo yummy!

Tomatoe and Basil Tarte Tatin - only problem I had was my tomatoes were too juicy, so I had drain off some of the juice before flipping it over and the Dreamlike shortbread :)

The Tomatoe Basis Tarte Tatin looks delicious, next time you could oven roast the tomatoes first. It reduces the juice and enhances the flavours big time.

miss_bean 05.03.2011 21:29

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The cup cakes trial version :)

JLF 05.03.2011 23:00

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A Greek-inspired Saturday dinner:
Spinach, sun-dried tomato, and feta stuffed chicken with a greek salad (tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, feta, dressing made from scratch). Cookies for dessert... :D

smackerjack 05.03.2011 23:28

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JLF - That looks amazing - so colourful......

( Note the PG Tips in the background:D)

Nil 07.03.2011 10:39

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The Lazy cake...

Or when you don't have time. I bought the strawberries and the cake. I just cut the strawberries and put them on top of it.

The secret is the Mapple Syrup.:D

I poured generously all over the cake. It soak in and it is deeeeeeelicious!

Femme T 07.03.2011 12:06

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Gailler chocolate cupcakes with a-la Smurf frosting :)

Little_Polka 07.03.2011 12:08

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Last Thursday was Fat Thursday so I prepared little doughnuts which in Poland we call kasztanki :). On Sunday for a breakfast I was enjoying scottish drop scones with apple mousse, then for a dinner stir-fry and for a dessert I made this really simple cake on a biscuit base with strawberries, apples and rhubarb :)


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