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Purple Steak! (wrong order but it just sounds so fun!)
pumpkin. i like it as a flan or baked custard, but something about the custard and thick gluey crust is just not appealing.
Potato Rolls - the dough is good in the fridge for over a week, and nothing amazes a crowd like fresh baked rolls!
Doubled an entire recipe of cookies. Except the flour!
I am currently in the process of making a 3 tiered "wedding" cake for a baby shower -- does that count?
I am thinking that Dulce De Leche is going to be a winner - I am a sucker for all things caramel!
It is seasonal. Summer needs a lemon sorbet. Midwinter something with tons of caramel and chocolate crunchies.
Cheesecake -- Golden Girls style!
Prime Rib Roast -- What else is there?
Winter is champagne / sparkling wine season! Thrown in some cranberries for thanskgiving, or ginger liquer any time!
The works! More is more for my dad!
A beautiful baked potato with all the trimmings.
"Daddy Burgers" -- what Dad grilled on Sunday afternoon when I was small. Not sure what it was -- but they were always the best!
My wife's is definitely Katz's. I will take her advice!
Please check the recipe -- you currently do not list butter as an ingredient for the dough.
I am with the other DC-er who hasn't made it to Ray's Hellburger yet .. I think we may be the only two!
Lindt White Chocolate truffles! Or most belgian style white chocolate and fruit truffles
Creme fraiche, bacon, onions, gruyere -- Tarte Flambe!
sauteed with spatzle and cheese .. mmm käsespätzle!
Bell Peppers -- the shape makes it a challenge!
You may want to be careful on the cupcake caddy. I have two, one that looks like the one you posted, and one that looks like a plastic cupcake tray (much deeper holes for the cupcakes). The shallow spots for cupcakes often end up in tipped cupcakes. If anyone is looking, I'd recommend a carrier with the deeper cups.
I got my stuffing methodology from my father. For a few months before Thanksgiving (ok really year round because stuffing is great), I cube up any leftover heels of good bread, homemade, storebought, white, wheat, sourdough, sometimes even cheese bread. I toast them and throw them in ziplocs in the freezer. Then pull them all out and mix, and voila, a texturally interesting, flavorful stuffing! With the added bonus that I didn't actually have to buy any bread.
My best success is having more desserts than people (group of 7, with pumpkin cheesecake, apple spice cupcakes with 2 frostings, walnt apple pie, cranberry caramel almond tartlets, sugarfree pumpkin custard, and sugarfree apple crisp). Odds are it will probably be my biggest fail as well.
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