Tag Archives: Duncan Hines

Wordless Wednesday–Baking for a Carnivore

June 5, 2012

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Or, Uncle Todd’s Birthday cake Chocolate fudge cake mix Super crisp bacon Mmmmm… Plus these In here like this… Makes this With caramel icing and rock sugar. Serving size?  Portion control?  Not today.  Happy birthday Uncle Todd Advertisements

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Chocolate Banana Coffee Cake

February 12, 2012

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Valentine’s Day is coming. In our house, it has always meant one thing in particular – CHOCOLATE.  This year, I will be foregoing the fancy hand made kind and opting for something a little simpler and more family friendly.  Try this moist and delicious cake on for size the next time you have a hankering […]

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Filling Up the Cookie Jar – Pinwheel Cookies

September 7, 2011

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Now that school is back  in session, filling up the after school/lunch box cookie jar becomes a must.  Making a lot of delicious cookies quickly becomes a busy parent lifesaver.  Here’s one of my tricks These cookies actually come out snazzy enough looking that I would be more than willing to serve them for afternoon […]

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Spring is Here – What’s to Eat?

May 13, 2011

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Spring has finally decided to make her lazy appearance around here lately.  She’s been a long time coming, let me tell you.  In this part of the world, there are essentially two fresh vegetables available right now:  asparagus and rhubarb.  I have things I do to asparagus. But rhubarb, oh the rhubarb.  Rhubarb, vegetable that […]

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A Dessert by Any Other Box

May 6, 2011

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Duncan Hines Orange Pecan Cake recipe

So, I get these e-mails, see. They are filled with glorious ideas for cooking and baking and entertaining and generally making life wonderful. Except one thing:  so many of them include ingredients not readily available here in the Great White North. Desperate times call for alternative ingredients. This week, I received an e-mail from Duncan […]

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