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Old 10-30-2011, 07:18 PM   #631
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but it is hazelnuts
Well, yeah, but I was talking about the texture, which is a little bit similar to peanut butter. Nutella crepes sound really good!
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Old 10-30-2011, 10:36 PM   #632
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oh yes, i see what you mean... yes you should definitely try the crepes - they really are amazing! most definitely the best way to appreciate Nutella...
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Old 10-31-2011, 07:00 AM   #633
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I just eat Nutella out of the jar too!




however yes, in a crepe esp with marshmallows, omg!
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Old 10-31-2011, 07:24 AM   #634
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i would love nutella so much if it weren't made with hazelnuts. i wish i'd ever bothered to try milky way spread before they stopped making it because that's exactly what i'm talking about.
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Old 10-31-2011, 09:16 AM   #635
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why Khanda, have you heard good reviews about the Milky Way spread?

if so, think I've seen some places here selling it.

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Old 10-31-2011, 09:55 AM   #636
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i haven't heard any reviews on it unfortunately, i just only remembered now it existed. i tried to see if it could be purchased online but it looks like it's not sold anymore, at least in america.
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Old 11-19-2011, 03:52 PM   #637
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I am using a crock pot for the first time today. Here's hoping I don't ruin it!
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Old 11-19-2011, 04:23 PM   #638
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It's very hard to ruin anything cooked in a crock pot.


I made these white chicken enchiladas for a potluck dinner a few weeks ago. I only got to have a little bite of it, since there were a lot of hungry people there, so I'm making it again for just myself tonight. There will be plenty of leftovers, which will be nice.

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trying to make beef stew for the second time in my life. can't wait to see how it turns out.
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Wow. So it was really good. It was chicken breasts chopped up, baked beans, pre-baked and cut up potatoes, corn, bbq sauce, brown sugar, sharp cheddar cheese, onion powder, Johnny's Seasoning, garlic powder, 2 tbsp water, and half a stick of butter on high for 6 hours.
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Old 11-21-2011, 04:44 PM   #641
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need ideas for a light evening buffet for between 15-20 people - i want to do food that you can eat with your hands... it has to stand up to critique by foodie French people (good friends, acquaintances and people i haven't met yet) lol, i need to be able to prepare it in advance (planning to be in the kitchen all day and evening before if necessary), and i am petrified and panicking lol!!

been going thru my cook books, ideas so far...

savoury:
mini cocktail stick brochettes with a cube each of beetroot, fig, goats cheese and piece of walnut
melon balls on cocktail sticks
parma ham grissini
cherry tomatoes stuffed with fresh goats cheese/cream cheese, chives and garlic
smoked salmon blinis with creme fraiche and (cheap/pretend) caviar
hummus dip with toasted pita strips
mini brown bread sandwiches with cheddar and fig jam
mini smoked salmon sandwiches
mini tomato tartlets (puff pastry with mustard, emmental and thin slice of tomato on top)
toasted Brik (filo) triangles topped with pecorino and parma ham
savoury cake (sun-dried tomato or bacon perhaps) cut into cubes
bruschettas with different toppings (artichoke, aubergine, roast peppers)

sweet:
mini chocolate pots with mini cookie to dip
and/or trio of chocolate with white choc mousse and dark choc ganache
Mikado brochettes with fresh fruit (strawberries, kiwis, grapes)
mini trifles
mini cakes (brownies, blondies)
pretty cupcakes maybe
mini meringue swirls with creme de marron and blob of mascarpone
mini tiramisus
mini fig frangipane tarts

Drinks:
massive jug of Pimms
Wine
something non-alcoholic

would really appreciate any other suggestions, things that are really quick, easy and very very tasty!
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can I ask any Americans have you heard of or tried, there was talk of a very high calorie drink over there involving half a cup of heavy cream, ice cream, peanut butter, syrup, milk.

like over a thousand cals!

ever seen and tried it?
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can I ask any Americans have you heard of or tried, there was talk of a very high calorie drink over there involving half a cup of heavy cream, ice cream, peanut butter, syrup, milk.

like over a thousand cals!

ever seen and tried it?
no idea. sounds like it comes from mcdonalds or dairy queen or something.
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Old 11-23-2011, 12:59 AM   #644
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it sounds like the most fattening milkshake ever.
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Anyone have a good recipe for a simple chocolate bundt cake? I'd like it to be a bit on the dense side - not like the ones that feel like they're made from a chocolate cake mix (too light/fluffy)?
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