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post #11 of 44 Old 12-04-2012, 08:57 PM
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Wow, Lockwood...all I make is some poopy old rum balls, cookies, pound cake and fudge...and I thought that was doing pretty darn well 'till I read your menu!
I said used to bake all those things...
Now it is basically the same gluten free bread in different flavors.
(I just make is sound interesting so you all with think I'm some sort of gluten free guru.) (....as If!)
Sure miss pound cake though (I have to bake dairy free too) and can't make a rum ball worth a doo doo!
Truffles? Pffttt, so bad I couldn't even give them away..





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post #12 of 44 Old 12-05-2012, 08:42 PM
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So far, I've only made chocolate chip cookies this month. Boring I know, but I was craving chocolate and make a quick batch for the family.

However, in a few weeks I know my family will all get involved to make quite a few batches of kolaches. We make ours with nuts instead of fruit and they are absolutely delicious!
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Butter tarts, the way my mother made them with lemon juice added. The raw filling has to be tasted to get the proper sweet with a touch of tartness.
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Cute!

My favorite thing ever is gluten-free Black Forest cake with dark chocolate glaze. I might make one for my coworkers this year.

And of course, the classic chewy chocolate chip cookies. Can't go wrong with those. Such sinful, chocolatey decadence.
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Those are so cute! I make fudge & layer candy, cookies & a tea ring for Christmas morning breakfast.

Here's what my kiddo made yesterday, she spent the afternoon with grandma
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Shortbread with icing and sprinkles and chocolate hay stacks. Yum! But I'm the only one in my family with a sweet tooth, so I have to give away a lot of it, or I'd end up eating it all.
What are haystacks? Apart from the obvious of course.

I will make shortbread, lots of mince pies, and not much more this year, got to get in shape to compete next year.
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I make fudge like Lockwood does. You got to time it right. But, it's way yummy.

We also make sugar cookies and gingerbread men and decorate 'em.
With the sugar cookies, we frost them with a thin icing (powdered sugar with lemon juice and vanilla, mostly) and when it dries, we "paint" the cookies with food coloring , very slightly watered down.

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Butter tarts, the way my mother made them with lemon juice added. The raw filling has to be tasted to get the proper sweet with a touch of tartness.
Recipe please please pretty please?

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The only thing that I make batch after batch of is peanut butter chewies. No one knows what they are where I live now and it just blows their minds! It's so simple though, so it equally blows my mind that people love it so much, lol. I normally also make a cake called Adam's Downfall that is beyond awesome.
Please share your recipes for both these. I've never heard of Adam's Downfall..... Does it contain Apples, or is it a different Adam?!

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Love the chicken cookie Tiny!
And yeah...fudge...OMG good, but tempermental! Especially fresh goat milk fudge.
And I second what SSrosie says.... recipes???
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