(mean chef adoptee) i have tried many versions of the famous new york blackout cake. after many trials i have settled on this one by wayne harley brachman - retro desserts. it is awsome. source: "retro desserts". use recipe #37844 for icing. adopted 9/06
i saw this thing called bacon jam being served on one of the episodes of eat st. on food network. so off i went in search of a recipe and found this one by not quite nigella. i did make a slight adjustment.
this does make enough to feed 12 very fillingly! using recipe #256239 which is a large amount that we top the baked ziti additional sauce and then freeze the remaining cooled sauce in 1 cup amounts for future use. the pasta is under cooked by 4 minutes it
i use chili sauce or salsa instead of ketchup to give a nice contrast to the sweetness of the brown sugar. a lighter version can be made using splenda brown sugar blend, skim milk, and egg beaters. got this one from the allrecipes website. it's one of th
easy light fluffy icing. firm enough to pipe a border around a cake, yet soft enough to fluff up. i have made this for several wedding cakes, topping with white chocolate curls. a pretty addition to this is to dip strawberries in the white chocolate and p
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