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Posted by Julie A Long on October 27, 2008 at 07:12 PM | Permalink
I'm bringing a plate of strawberries dipped in rich chocolate to celebrate the release of LIKE NO OTHER LOVER, the second book in the Pennyroyal Green series. I received your email invitation. Thank you.
Laura Harrison |
October 28, 2008 at 05:03 AM
Hi, I'm DeAnna and my waiter today is Javier! Let's NOT tell my husband, okay. ;)I'm bringing a wonderful chocolate pie that is super rich and creamy. I love to bake especially pie so I'll share this recipe with everyone. I hope you like this easy recipe as much as I do.
cooked 9 in. pie shell (deep dish)
1 1/2 c. sugar
2 tab cocoa
7 level tab. flour
1 small can evaporated milk
add water to this until it makes 2 cups
4 egg yolks
1 stick of butter
2 tea. vanilla
cook everything except vanilla in sauce pan on low heat until thick and boiling then add vanilla. pour into pie shell and there you go. you can keep the egg whites to make meringue but we don't like it so we use whipped cream. Enjoy!!
October 28, 2008 at 05:25 AM
Good Morning, I am at work this morning, but will be checking in on the festivities when I can. Have a glorious day!
Amy Fendley |
October 28, 2008 at 05:59 AM
Devin, how devilishly delightful! Phyllo base topped with custard, whipped cream, and walnuts.
October 28, 2008 at 07:08 AM
Hi Julia, I have chosen Stephen as my waiter. He sounds like one heck of a man. I am bring chocolate fudge, because everyone loves chocolate. This is very easy to make so I will have more time to spend with Stephen.
1 can of chocolate frosting.
1 bag of chcolate chips
Mix together and micro wave for 5 min, stiring every 2 min. Beat and pour into a 9 inch buttered pan. Let cool and cut into squares. You may also add nuts if you like.
This can be made with any flavor of chips and frosting.
Quilt Lady |
October 28, 2008 at 08:35 AM
I believe I posted in the wrong section earlier..sorry. I received my free book, The Perils of Pleasure, yesterday in the mail. I stayed up late reading it..it was really, really good. Thanks!
My waiter's name is Kevin..
Here is my dish... not extremly romantic but a good everyday dish. Meatloaf. First let me say, I never measure ingredients, just learned from my grandmother and hope yall like it. The main thing I like about this dish is I have several fussy eaters in my family (namely middle son), and as I go I can set aside a part of it before I add the next thing, which he doesn't like.
Need on hand: A grilling machine (George Forman for example) and a cookie sheet.
Ingredients: 1 - 1/2 lbs of ground beef, small white onion chopped or diced to your liking, favorite seasonings (mine are Season All and Garlic Salt), 2 to 4 slices of toasted regular bread, sliced then diced(depending on size of family, I use 4 since 5 pple are in my family), abt 1/4 cup of whole milk, 2 Large eggs, and if you want to give it an extra kick, add some other ingredient like a packet of Chillie Powder. And of course the topping: Ketchup lol (although I got creative a few times and used sphagetti sauce and sloppy joe mix..Sloppy Joe mix was pretty good lol)
Add all seasonings into the meat, mix well. Add onions and bread (For some reason it mixes better before you add the wet ingredients), then add milk and eggs. After all ingredients are mixed, shape into patties and put them on the George Foreman. Cook patties until they are almost done, then put the patties on cookie sheet. Add Ketchup to the tops. Put all the patties into the oven at 350 degrees for abt 15 mins. (Time depends on oven and part of the county lol).
I love this dish because, the portions are set, you can add whatever you like (or take out) and cleanup is pretty quick, and all the fat drips off during the initial cooking process on the grill. Hope yall like.
Sorry for typos, for some reason I sleep really late today..lol
Mary Bullock |
October 28, 2008 at 09:18 AM
Hi....my waiter is Seth....love that Irish lilt. And my contribution to the meal is a platter of individual portions of Baked Salmon....Wash and dry salmon fillets. Cut into portion size (about the size of the palm of your hand). Working with each piece separately, brush all over with olive oil and place skin side down on a piece of aluminum foil large enough to fold over on sides and top. Sprinkle with lemon pepper seasoning, then place a few pieces of fresh dill on each portion. Put a slice of an Orange on each portion. Wrap each portion and place on a preheated cookie sheet. Bake at 400 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes or until the salmon flakes with a fork. Enjoy....
October 28, 2008 at 11:14 AM
Girls!! just wanted to let you know that the party blog post is the one above this one!! :) Sorry if there was any confusion, and so pleased you could come to the party!! :) Do you feel like re-posting up top so we can make sure all the other girls see your recipes?? :) Because they ROCK. Just copy and paste up top and voila!!
Julie Anne Long |
October 28, 2008 at 11:27 AM
A potato casserole
1 large bag defrosted hash brown potatoes
1 can cream of mushoom soup undiluted
1 cup sour cream
2 TAB. melted oleo
add chopped onions if desired
1 cup shredded cheddar or pepper jack cheese
Mix above ingredients and place in a 9x 13 greased baking dish and heat at 350 for 50 to 60 min.
October 28, 2008 at 11:51 AM
So far these recipes sound great! My contribution is a recipe for peanut butter fudge.
I've been using this recipe for fudge since I was four years old, playing in the kitchen with my mom. It's really easy and tastes delicious.
• 2 cups granulated sugar
• 2/3 cup milk
• 1 cup marshmallow cream
• 1 cup peanut butter, creamy or chunky
• 1 teaspoon vanilla
Boil sugar and milk in a medium saucepan, stirring occasionally, to soft ball stage, or about 236° on a candy thermometer. Remove from heat and stir in remaining ingredients. Pour candy into a greased 8x8-inch pan and chill. Cut peanut butter fudge into squares when cool and firm.
Or eat it warm if you can't wait - that's usually what I do :)
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Julie Anne Long: Since the Surrender (Pennyroyal Green Series)
Like No Other Lover (Avon Romantic Treasure)
The Perils of Pleasure
The Secret to Seduction
To Love a Thief
The Runaway Duke
Ways to be Wicked
Beauty and the Spy