SWPaDon wrote:That's some good eatin there.
scalabro wrote:Hey Mike...I forgot to ask.....what's for dessert?
scalabro wrote:Good choice after a meal like that.
Have the gannoli later around 11, with some espresso and Tsipiro
michaelanthony wrote:Sunny Boy wrote:Mike,
Normally I stay out of this recipe section 'cause I'm trying to lose weight,... and even laughing my you-know-what off at the jokes you guys toss around doesn't burn enough calories from just looking at the pictures and thinking about the great recipes.
Dang ! Now I'm hungry again, . . what was I going to ask, . . Oh, yeah ! However, since cooking on heating stoves is one of the topics being recently discussed in the "Cookin' with coal" thread, would you mind if I link to this thread of your cooking on your Vigilant ?
Please do I didn't want to compromise the cooking range ideal, be my guest
michaelanthony wrote:SWPaDon wrote:That's some good eatin there.
Thanks SWPaDon, the corn bread bumped out the quiche, can't spread butter on a quiche!
SWPaDon wrote:And I appreciate you not calling Loraine or Shirley
VigIIPeaBurner wrote:Don't you pre heat the cast iron skillet?
Put a little oil in the skillet and place it in the oven while you blend the other ingredients. Pull the hot skillet out of the oven and pour in the wet mix. The pre heated CI skillet makes the loaf pop right out and give is a nice firm beautifully colored crust
EPugs45 wrote:Beans...YUM! I bet those were good! Now I want beans!
freetown fred wrote:Hey MA, had I of known, I'd a sent my cornbread cast pan your way--never had better cornbread:)