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Ooh. sounds great- don't leave the sherry out of that one, folks- I'm betting it makes it. :)
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Time for a new one. This is one of my favs.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge

2 cups sugar
3 Tab cocoa (one heaping)
1 cup milk
pinch Cream of Tartar
1 tsp vanilla
dash salt
1 cup peanut butter

Butter your dish. (pretty vital.) Combine sugar, cocoa, Cream of Tartar and milk in a saucepan and boil, stirring constantly without scraping the sides, until the mix reaches the soft ball stage.  Remove from heat, and add vanilla, salt and peanut butter QUICKLY. (Best to have these things pre-measured- I usually put the peanut butter on a square of plastic wrap or pastry paper, for easy adding.)  Beat until smooth (but not too long - it will set up on you) and then pour into a 9x9 square dish.  Cool at least 30 minutes and then cut into pieces.

(Note: The tiny bit of cream of tartar is to keep the fudge from turning to sugar as easily. I didn’t believe my mom at first, but after we changed the recipe, I have never ever screwed this up-  not even making it at high altitude the first time. This is the best- and one of the easiest- fudge recipes I’ve ever tried.)
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Sounds great :]
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Man, that sounds great.
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you should try it! easy candy, I give it out for christmas every year.
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Got another one for you guys. This recipe is entirely my dad's, and results from many experiements. :) Enjoy.
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Deviled Eggs

6 eggs, hard boiled, peeled and cut in half.  Put the whites in a dish, for filling later.  Put the yolks in a dish for mixing.
Move the eggs directly from the boiling water to ice water - it helps with the peeling.

Smash the yolks with a fork, and add:

1 - 2 Tablespoons mayonnaise
1 - 2 Tablespoons Hot pepper juice (pepperoncini peppers- just take some out of the jar, and eat the peppers on sandwiches later. :) )

These are variable, depending on how the yolks mix up - you want this mixture to be creamy, without lumps.
I often hold a tablespoon of pepper juice until the end, to see if the mix is liquid enough to fill the whites easily.

Add:

1 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon salt (maybe less - lately this seems too much)
pepper to taste
1 - 2 teaspoons Gray Poupon Mustard (I use two)
10 - 12 drops Tabasco

Mix it all up and see how it tastes.  The taste does seem to 'mature' over the first day, so be careful.
The garlic and the Tabasco seem to become more pronounced after sitting a while.

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My favorite. :) thanks daddy!
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Cool, I have a recipe for these myself but I will definitely have to try the spicy version :]
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Yeah, they're a bit more exciting than the standard deviled eggs. I'm spoiled now, I have trouble eating more bland versions. :)
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Oriental Noodles

For 1 person you need:

Noodles (whatever pasta you like)
Salt
1 onion
1 clove of garlic
1 apple
2 teaspoons olive oil
50 gram beef ground meat (that's what the recipe says, I take more always ;) )
Cinnamon
Clove
Cayennepepper
Freshly ground pepper
1/2 can of peeled tomatoes
Parsley

Cook the noodles in saltwater.

Peel the onion and the garlic. Cut the apples into quarters to remove the core. Now cut everything in small pieces.

Heat a pan, add the olive oil, fry the ground meat until it's brown and kind of crumbly. Add onion, garlic and apples, fry for 1 minute. Now add the spices, fry a little again. Add the tomatoes with some juice from the can, season to taste with some salt. Cook for 3 minutes with low temperature.

Add some fresh parsil.

Serve on a plate with the noodles.

Variation: If you like it more spicy, add some hot sauce (like Cholula for example) But be careful with it. ;)
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I love spicy food :]
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You have just to pick out the apple, Sam. ;)
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Well, I won't put it in ;]
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She has serious food issues. :rolleyes:
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Hey at least I tried escargot and you won't.
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I wouldn't eat them neither.
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Cowards.  They taste like seafood.
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And apples taste like apples, no matter if cooked or raw. :p
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But they're mushy when cooked…
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Corran, that sounds really good. I may have to try it soon. I'll let you know what I think. :)
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And another one:

Sage-chicken with tomato-zucchini-vegetables

You need for one person:

3 potatoes
1 zucchini
1 chicken breast or wing
salt
cayenne pepper
sage
2 tomatoes
1 - 2 clove of garlic
rosemary
freshly grounded pepper
some lemon peel (or use lemon pepper instead of the fresh pepper and lemon peel)

Wash the potatoes very good, then cook them in their jacket in some hot water. Put the whole zucchini into the potato pot too, let it cook for around 7 minutes, then take the zucchini out again. Let the potatoes cook until they are ready, then peel them.

In the meantime spice the chicken with salz, cayenne pepper and sage. Put it into a cold pan, add some water and let it fry covered (middle temperature). Turn it often.

Cut zucchini and tomatoes into slices. Cut the garlic or use a press.

Add the vegetables and garlic into the pan when the chicken is almost ready. Spice with salt and rosemary. Add some water, let it cook for around 5 minutes, stir from time to time.

Put chicken, vegetable and potatoes on a plate.

Add some more water (3 - 4 spoonful) into the pan, loose the dripping (is that the correct word?) with stirring. Spice with pepper and lemon. Put the sauce over the meat.

Ready.
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