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Re: Cafe menu

Postby NAR » October 3rd, 2009, 8:46 pm

OMG, I cooked myself some awesome beef ribs. Wish I had pictures but it's all in my stomach.
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Re: Cafe menu

Postby NAR » November 18th, 2009, 2:30 pm

So what are you thinking of doing for Thanksgiving?

I'm working again so it will be a quick meal partially prepared the night before. I'll settle for a small chicken w/a vegetarian fruit stuffing (I usually add sausage to it but this is the quick economic version) I'll bring the chicken and stuffing to my friend's house the night before. He doesn't cook so I'll just leave instructions for him to stuff the chicken and heat in the oven a couple of hours before I get off work. Cranberry sauce, watercress-apple salad, mashed potatoes, and some kind of pie. I may also make a sweet-potato souffle topped w/marshmallows....easy to do but I don't want to cook too much after work. Maybe the souffle could be dessert instead of the pie. Opinions?
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Re: Cafe menu

Postby mario » November 26th, 2009, 9:40 pm

^i think you need something to drink to wash all that down. today i'll be drinking alcohol more than eating turkey. i just bought wine and malt beverages. 8-)
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Re: Cafe menu

Postby bluemarlin » January 31st, 2010, 3:53 am

My friend and her cousin created this beehive on flower beds muffin cake - yummy!
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Re: Cafe menu

Postby jean231 » February 1st, 2010, 3:38 pm

Yum, nice ! :mrgreen:
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Re: Cafe menu

Postby bluemarlin » February 2nd, 2010, 12:19 pm

And beside that cake, there's an "only bee among the tiny crimson floral muffins - I think it's a playboy bee
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Re: Cafe menu

Postby NAR » April 30th, 2010, 12:54 am

I'm making apricots stuffed with clotted cream for Saturday.
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Re: Cafe menu

Postby bluemarlin » November 9th, 2010, 12:51 am

Want a natural, healthy sugar substitute? Try coconut sugar that is proven to have a low glycemic index of 35 percent.
Perfect to those who want to lower their sugar intake particularly the ones suffering from diabetes.
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Re: Cafe menu

Postby jean231 » November 10th, 2010, 4:44 pm

Is that the same name as the 'palm sugar'. I bought a pound of palm sugar a few weeks ago, but I did not get what I had seen before : large chuncks, a replacement for chocolate or sweets, it's an Indian thing. The palm sugar I bought (organic) looked exactly the same as brown/whole sugar. Small cristalized chuncks like normal brown sugar.
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Re: Cafe menu

Postby bluemarlin » November 11th, 2010, 12:54 am

Yes, another term they use is palm sugar. But 'm not sure if all labeled palm sugar is from coconut. You can check the ingredients if it comes from coconut. The texture of coconut sugar is similar to brown sugar and the color varies from light brown to dark brown, depending on harvest season. It's better to buy stuff that is labeled coconut sugar because it's the one proven with low glycemic index.
For people that don't want to use artificial sweetener but want to lower the glycemic index, organic and natural coconut sugar is a good substitute.
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