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susieq76 
  Posted: 22-Sep-2004, 04:25 PM
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These are being served at IHOP (International House of Pancakes), and they are incredible!!

PUMPKIN PANCAKES

2 1/3 cups Bisquick baking mix

2 tablespoons dark brown sugar, firmly packed

1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg

1/4 teaspoon ground ginger

1 1/4 cups milk

2 eggs, lightly beaten

1/3 cup mashed pumpkin

1/4 cup vegetable oil

Beat all ingredients with whisk or hand beater until well blended. Pour batter by scant 1/4 cupfuls onto hot, lightly greased griddle or skillet. Cook until tops are bubbly and edges are dry. Turn and cook pumpkin pancakes until golden brown.

Makes about 15 to 18 pumpkin pancakes.

recipe from SouthernFoods.com


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Posted: 22-Sep-2004, 04:29 PM
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Those sound really good. I just printed the recipe. I'll give them a try.


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Posted: 22-Sep-2004, 04:32 PM
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I haven't made them yet either - at IHOP they serve them with a dollop of whipped cream and sprinkle nutmeg on top.

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Posted: 11-Oct-2004, 11:29 PM
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O'siyo,
~ Bake/Broil pork chops after marinating in apple juice for at least 3 hours..For me boneless chops works best for this dish~ tongue.gif
~In a skillet fry up some butternut squash..to the squash add dried tomatoes, black olives, apple chunks..warm the new ingredients thoroughly..Prepare a rice of your 'liking', I use wild rice/brown rice..
~Place pork chop on bed of rice layered with squash mixture, drizzle with warm apple sauce..enjoy! Simple but, full of warm flavours tongue.gif I serve this dish with warm, orange muffins..Happy eatin' chef.gif
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Posted: 12-Oct-2004, 08:26 AM
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That sounds wonderful, freekenny! Thanks for the recipe eat.gif
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Posted: 03-Nov-2004, 02:51 PM
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O'siyo,
~ Here is a dish that is simple, filling and easy to make on those cool fall and winter morns or eves~ tongue.gif I make this on the first day I eat after fasting for 7 days~
~ Make your favourite pan bread/fried bread, I make whole wheat..
~Bake some apples, harvest apples..
~In a small saucepan warm: butter, honey, cinnamon, nutmeg..add blueberries, mix well...
~Tear off a piece of warm pan bread, pour mixture in a bowl and use for dippin' or pour mixture over bread..add a serving of apples on the side or again, pour them over the panbread! Any way you decide to eat this concoction it's delicious! I drink warm, plain tea to compliment the flavours!
~And it doesn't put a lot of 'strain' on the body after a healthy, fasting session! eat.gif The bread helps 'soak' up any acid that will build when you first eat/Apples will assist in the digestive process/Blueberries are a natural anti-oxidant/Butter & Honey coats the esophagus & stomach~ rolleyes.gif
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That does it...where's my stuffed pumpkin recipe...::rummages::


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QUOTE (Sekhmet @ 03-Nov-2004, 03:13 PM)
That does it...where's my stuffed pumpkin recipe...::rummages::

O'siyo Sekhmet,
*tapping foot waiting* tongue.gif YUMMY! I bet that is scrumptous!
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Welp...since I haven't looked at the recipe in ages and I do it off the cuff anyway...I'll just shoot from the hip yet again. laugh.gif

Stuffed Pumpkin

1 pumpkin - roughly the size of a basketball.
1 medium onion, chopped.
2 c. rice (I use wild rice), cooked.
1/2 lb. loose sausage
1/2 lb. ground beef/buffalo/venison/what have you
bread crumbs
about three eggs
salt, pepper, seasoning to taste (I like sage, fennel, garlic, onion, red pepper and celery seed)

Clean the pumpkin like you would for a jack o'lantern. Keep the lid. Mix all the above meats together like you would for a meatloaf, except you...don't shape it into a loaf. Instead stuff the pumpkin with the mixture. Leave about an inch on the top to let it expand a little with cooking. Replace the lid. Place the pumpkin in a baking dish with about an inch of water in the bottom. Bake at 375 till you can easily poke a fork into the pumpkin (and it actually lets go). Remove from oven and let it cool about 20 minutes before serving. Remove lid. Serve in slices with butter, some like brown gravy with theirs.
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O'siyo Sekhmet,
~ Well I was right...it sounds scrumptous! tongue.gif Can hardly wait to try this! Ni Ya We for the recipe!
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Posted: 04-Nov-2004, 02:10 AM
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Kuwe, Freekenny...

Don't suppose you have a good recipe for frybread offhand? I'm gonna go nuts if I don't get some made pretty soon...

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Here are some of my favorite recipes for the Holidays or just for every day! Never mind. I cannot attach an RTF file. Why not? That kind of wp format everyone can open. Well, it was some yummy stuff. Instead I am pasting my recipe for Earl Grey Chocolate Tart. There are many Earl Grey tea lovers out there, so I thought they would want to try it.

Earl Grey Chocolate Tart

5 T unsalted butter, room temp
1/4 c confectioner sugar
2 T almond flour
1 large egg yolk, room temp
pinch of salt
1 c cake flour

1 1/2 c heavy cream
1/4 c Earl Grey tea leaves
12 oz bittersweet chocolate, finely chopped
3 T honey
3 T butter
Edible gold leaf for garnish

Dough: beat butter, sugar, almond flour, and egg yolk at med. speed
-add flour and mix on low till clumps
-gather dough and press into disk shape
-wrap in plastic wrap and fridge for 1 hour
-soften dough by hitting with rolling pin
-dust top of dough with flour and roll to 1/8? thick, about 12 in
-fold up onto rolling pin and put into 9 1/4? round tart pan
-Press dough into to corners. Pierce with fork
-cover and fridge 1 hour
-bake 350 degrees for 15 min.

Filling: simmer cream- remove from heat and add tea
-stand 8 min.
-strain cream, press leaves
-reheat to simmer
- chocolate in med. bowl, pour cream over choc and let stand 3 minutes
-whisk till smooth, whisk in honey and butter.
-pour into shell
-fridge 1 hour


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Had the pumpkin pancakes 1 word OUTSTANDING
Now I'm going to try the the stuffed pumpkin for Sunday dinner sounds tasty.
Thanks for the new recipes


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QUOTE (Sekhmet @ 04-Nov-2004, 02:10 AM)
Kuwe, Freekenny...

Don't suppose you have a good recipe for frybread offhand? I'm gonna go nuts if I don't get some made pretty soon...

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Got this one for fry bread from an old friend:

Wishbone's Five-2's Fry Bread

Easy to remember
2 C. flour
2 tbls. sugar
2 tbls. grease
2 tsps. baking power
2 dabs salt
water
Mix dry ingredience and add water to make firm dough. Knead till smooth. (about 5 min.) Make patties about 1/4 in. thick. Fry in enough hot grease to float dough. Turn when brown take out when both sides are brown.,


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Posted: 08-Nov-2004, 02:42 PM
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That sounds fabulous! It also sounds a lot like what we had when I went to Trinidad. They called it "bake" and it was so great! I have been wondering about that recipe!

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