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    German chocolate cake

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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    This year's Christmas cookies:

    Chocolate Gingerbread
    Apricot Hazelnut Jam Thumbprints
    Strawberry Jam Thumbprints
    Dark Chocolate Andes Mint
    Peanut Crisps
    Shoofly Tarts

    That looks super delicious and absolutely gorgeous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    This year's Christmas cookies:

    Chocolate Gingerbread
    Apricot Hazelnut Jam Thumbprints
    Strawberry Jam Thumbprints
    Dark Chocolate Andes Mint
    Peanut Crisps
    Shoofly Tarts

    Clearly you are an INTJ that needs to be cloned and distributed to the populace at large. Chocolate AND Gingerbread?!?! Worlds collide for such less amazing moments in physics. I also see Chocolate and Mint are making out in another cookie. They are quite a fine pair.

    Oh, and I made my first batch of chili ever this weekend. I discovered that if you "make a mistake" the solution is to just open another can of diced tomatoes to the pot. I have untold quarts of chili now... and I am mildly alarmed by this fact, and possibly I should invite others to my house. However, it's so delicious, I don't desire to share.

    Ingredients that I didn't bother to measure:

    many cans of diced tomatoes
    1 can of crushed tomatoes
    1 can of tomato paste

    possibly a fistful of fresh crushed garlic... possibly MOAR
    many cans of kidney beans, less than 10 more than 4
    many cans of black beans, less than 5, more than 3

    chopped/diced/sliced/mangled white onion
    red bell peppers
    green bell peppers
    many jalapenos... like two fists of jalapenos... and then I thought better of it and took out a fist

    an unknown quantity of chili powder... possibly the size of a hand
    salt
    black pepper
    paprika
    CUMIN AMGS an entire jar

    I think that's it. Oh and I made some beef that I am storing separately so that the chili stays good longer or something. I've mainly been snacking on it anyways.

    Stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Haven't done this yet, but pre-emptively: Tomorrow or the next day, I'm going to make Turkish coffee for the first time, and I'm really, really excited about it! I've got a nice copper pot and some (mismatched) demitasse cups, plus appropriately ground coffee beans, so I think I'm good to go.
    It was So. Freaking. Delicious. And not hard to make!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    Oh, and I made my first batch of chili ever this weekend. I discovered that if you "make a mistake" the solution is to just open another can of diced tomatoes to the pot. I have untold quarts of chili now... and I am mildly alarmed by this fact, and possibly I should invite others to my house. However, it's so delicious, I don't desire to share.
    Chili freezes well, with or without meat, so you can preserve your excess without the need to share. I put sausage in my chili - usually hot Italian sausage, or even chorizo sausage.
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    Shakshuka. IT HAS CHANGED MY LIFE.


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    ^^ if you cooked that, you are nine hundred times more skilled than I =/


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    ^ @jontherobot: That was pretty much my lunch today. Salsa, fried eggs, and avocado!
    @senza tema: I LOVE SHAKSHUKA. I ate it all the time when I was in Egypt and loved it every time. Did you eat it with good, warm pita bread?
    and it's nice enough to
    make a man
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    weep, do
    you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    ^ @jontherobot: That was pretty much my lunch today. Salsa, fried eggs, and avocado!
    @senza tema: I LOVE SHAKSHUKA. I ate it all the time when I was in Egypt and loved it every time. Did you eat it with good, warm pita bread?
    No pita bread at home, unfortunately. Had to go with just plain old Italian. Still good though. I also made a minted yogurt dip that would have gone well with pita. I should get some the next time I'm at the store.

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    Breakfast- made an eggwhite omelette containing spinach, chopped kale, peppered cherry tomato wedges, & reduced fat mexican shredded cheese blend. Topped with a little hot salsa. Accompanied by mocha hot coffee & a cup of light V8-VFusion fruit/veggie juice [acai/mixed berry].



    Dinner, I'm marinating a chicken breast presently, in fat free Italian dressing, Worcestershire sauce, thyme, turmeric, chili powder & onions.
    Making baked sweet potato fries to go with it [just cut sweet potato, lightly brushed with olive oil, topped with coarse sea salt, baked for a bit, then broiled on high to get crispy], & some steamed broccoli.

    Dessert, I'll make a sundae with a scoop of nonfat vanilla frozen yogurt, dark hot fudge sauce, nonfat whipped cream, sliced almonds, & a cherry.
    Accompany with a cup of black coffee with just the end of a peppermint candy-cane dissolved in it.

    (If I can actually finish all that, I'll be amazed)

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