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Old 12-31-2011, 01:47 PM   #676
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I made these They were super yummy.

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Old 12-31-2011, 02:51 PM   #677
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Speaking of which...



Made that. That's a marble cake with... brown cinnamon sugar butter cream icing.
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Old 12-31-2011, 04:14 PM   #678
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catering a party for my parents tonight. I'm almost done. Pics to come later on once everything is plated. Done so far mini salmon wellingtons and dill sauce, anitpasto skewers, shrimp cocktail, mini reuben sandwiches, mint cookies and a chocolate strawberry mouse cake. Just need to garnish the cake, dip some strawberries in chocolate, and make a vegetable galette. Everyone is bringing stuff as well, thank god, so there will also be meatballs, garlic green beans, fruit, truffles, brie....
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Old 12-31-2011, 10:47 PM   #679
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It's time to start throwing away what's left of the Christmas leftovers.
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Old 01-01-2012, 02:28 AM   #680
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Old 01-01-2012, 03:58 AM   #681
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Old 01-01-2012, 06:35 AM   #682
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Old 01-01-2012, 06:44 AM   #683
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wow guys, that all looks amazing!!
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Old 01-01-2012, 08:15 AM   #684
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question: would greek yoghurt be a good substitute for mayonnaise in a dip? there's going to be loads of other goodies going into it (assuming i ever get around to making it), it's only there for a binder, it's not a main ingredient. but i loathe mayonnaise, and the amount i need is so small it's not worth buying a bottle anyway. but a small cup of greek yoghurt i can buy.
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question: would greek yoghurt be a good substitute for mayonnaise in a dip? there's going to be loads of other goodies going into it (assuming i ever get around to making it), it's only there for a binder, it's not a main ingredient. but i loathe mayonnaise, and the amount i need is so small it's not worth buying a bottle anyway. but a small cup of greek yoghurt i can buy.
i don't see why not... i use greek yogurt, natural yogurt and creme fraiche for all kinds of dips... the only dip i use mayo for is for pink seafood sauce actually for prawn cocktails, or plain mayonnaise (homemade) with or without garlic to go with seafood, like fresh spider crab... otherwise for plain garlic dip, for example, i use creme fraiche... i use natural yogurt to make tzatziki too... what kind of dip is it?
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arw, that spread looks amaaaaaaaazing.
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Old 01-01-2012, 03:38 PM   #687
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question: would greek yoghurt be a good substitute for mayonnaise in a dip? there's going to be loads of other goodies going into it (assuming i ever get around to making it), it's only there for a binder, it's not a main ingredient. but i loathe mayonnaise, and the amount i need is so small it's not worth buying a bottle anyway. but a small cup of greek yoghurt i can buy.
Use sour cream. I never use mayonnaise in a dip because it's nasty that way and seems to spoil pretty fast.
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thanks everyone! It was a lot of work but kind of fun to do something other than pastries.

and Khan...yes you can replace mayo with yogurt for the type of recipe you're using. Probably a little healthier too.
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thanks everyone it's a crab dip, and the recipe actually calls for sour cream as well which i am not a fan of either but if i can ignore it in my cheesecake recipe, i'm hoping i won't be able to taste it in this either. so i'm not too keen on upping the amount of sour cream, but if the yoghurt's really expensive, the cheapskate in me might win out.
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thanks everyone it's a crab dip, and the recipe actually calls for sour cream as well which i am not a fan of either but if i can ignore it in my cheesecake recipe, i'm hoping i won't be able to taste it in this either. so i'm not too keen on upping the amount of sour cream, but if the yoghurt's really expensive, the cheapskate in me might win out.
if you don't like sour cream, how about a little blob of mascarpone (beaten well to loosen)? that's lovely and creamy with a more neutral taste than sour cream i reckon... but very rich though...
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