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You are both more than welcome! I have found & used so many wonderful RECS from all you fine
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Posted to Thread #18716 at 10:53 pm on Aug 12, 2010
folks that I don't ever think my debt will be paid to post in return.
I have been busy this week prepping & baking desserts for a community annual fund raiser tomorrow night to the tune of 150 guests. Several of the recipes I plan to serve come from this site.
I just finished assembling the Tropical Rum Trifle I mentioned to cheezz recently back when I posed my recent coconut question. All the individual layers taste great so I hope the completed dessert is just as wonderful after everything melds together overnight.
Instead of buying pound cake for that trifle, I made the Coconut Cream Cheese Pound Cake I posted. That recipe is a keeper--so moist and flavorful! I had a little bit of the pound cake left over so I sat down and ate it while guzzling a cup of coffee and called that my "lunch". And YES, I could have made it fit in the footed trifle bowl if I had tried very hard, but I needed a boost and sugar always energizes this kid. ha!
Time to get back to the salt mines aka my kitchen. I will post everything I am making sometime next week after I recover from tomorrow night's gala.
Other messages in this thread:
- 18716. Here's an old T & T casserole recipe that I happened to run across & made 4 our dinner 1 day last wk - wigs - 7:17pm on 08/02/10 (5)
- I have a similar recipe, I think from a Sunset cookbook, that adds thinly sliced pepperoni. good - AngAk - 5:07pm on 08/03/10
- Hey, that's a great idea--I may throw in some pepperoni, too, the next time I make that casserole. - wigs - 7:15pm on 08/06/10