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  1. You are quite welcome Kim - I hope you enjoy it as much as my family does 😁
  2. More than happy to 😁 - originally, I found the recipe on King Arthur - titled something like Lemon Coconut Filled Bundt Cake ? - I don’t like lemon and I didn’t like their instructions and I always think a coconut cake should be made with coconut milk (theirs wasn’t) ... so here are *my* instructions and it hasn’t failed me yet ... 🤞🏻 1 10” Bundt Pan BAKE 50 mins. to 55 mins. Ingredients FILLING 2 large egg whites 1/4 teaspoon cream of tartar 1/8 teaspoon salt 2 ounces ( 1/2 C )confectioners' sugar 1tsp coconut flavor OR 2 teaspoons vanilla 2 cups shredded or flaked sweetened coconut 1/2 ounce (2 Tbsp) All-Purpose Flour CAKE 8 ounces unsalted butter 14 ounces sugar 1 teaspoon salt* 4 large eggs 2 teaspoons baking powder 12 3/4 ounces All-Purpose Flour 8 ounces (1 C ) milk (sub unsweetened coconut milk) 1tsp coconut extract *Use just 1/2 teaspoon salt if you're using salted butter. GLAZE 1tsp coconut extract 5 1/4 ounces sugar (maybe coconut milk or regular milk to thin if needed) Instructions To make the filling: Beat the egg whites, cream of tartar, and salt in a large bowl until the mixture is soft and fluffy. Add the confectioners' sugar, and beat at high speed until the mixture forms stiff peaks. When you scoop some up in a spoon, it should hold its shape easily. Stir in the coconut flavor or vanilla. Toss the coconut with the flour, and add to the egg white mixture, stirring until thoroughly combined. Set it aside while you make the cake. Preheat the oven to 350°F. Lightly grease a a 10", 10-cup capacity bundt-style pan, or 10" tube pan. *MIX BUNDT CAKE INGREDIENTS LIKE YOU ALWAYS DO! COMBINE FLOUR SALT BAKING POWDER. - BEAT SUGAR / BUTTER TIL REALLY FLUFFY / ALMOST WHITE - ADD EGGS ONE AT A TIME JUST TIL COMBINED THEN ADD EXTRACT WITH LAST EGG ... ADD 1/3 OF FLOUR - 1/3 OF MILK - 1/3 OF FLOUR 1/3 OF MILK ETC - END WITH FLOUR ... Spoon about 1/3 of the batter into the prepared pan, smoothing the top with a spatula. You want to add enough to cover the bottom, and start to come up the sides; but not so much that you don't have enough left over to cover the filling. Distribute the stiff filling atop the batter, centering it within the ring of batter so it doesn't touch the sides of the pan. Pat it down gently. Dollop the remaining batter on top, again smoothing it with a spatula. Bake the cake for 50 to 55 minutes, or until a cake tester or toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean. While the cake is baking, make the glaze by stirring together the extract, and sugar - add coconut milk to thin if desired. Set it aside. Remove the cake from the oven, and set it on a rack. After 5 minutes, run a knife around the edge of the pan to loosen, and turn the cake out onto a rack. (I usually give my pan a good thump and it comes right out - normally, for a bundt, it for 10 minutes then turn it out - but this one - 5 minutes - turn it over - whack it - it’s out *shrugs* - according to the guys - delicious warm and cold) *sorry for the weird instructions - I had just sent this to a friend of mine who doesn’t bake often and I just copy and pasted ... Original recipe at KAF
  3. Hubby doesn’t eat candy very often - but one his favorites is Butterfinger when he does eat candy - he will not buy the “new improved” version because he has heard it tastes like (behind) ... I don’t want to know how they know ... 😳
  4. I don’t have a photo but I made a coconut pound cake with coconut filling the other day ... it turned out beautifully (and it also “turned out” beautifully ha! ) My guys loved it - it is a favorite of theirs - that and buttermilk pound cake ... I guess sometimes it is the simple things in life ... 😋
  5. CatIsHungry

    Dinner 2019

    I know @suzilightning asked, but thanks for the answer, @CantCookStillTry - looks delicious and I will certainly put it on my list of to do recipes
  6. I appreciate the convenience and space savings of a digital medium. How cool is it you can take a 500-750pg book with you that is no bigger than 5x7 and weighs no more than your phone?! And have it read to you even?! ... Having said that - I am totally a paper person - I love and appreciate great paper 📝 ... a well bound book printed on heavy, semi glossy stock with beautiful photo or two for each recipe and a description of how and why to get there notes on the side ... then again, I also believe in handwritten notes, etc etc so i am old-fashioned that way ... I will see recipes on the internet - I transfer them to paper of course ... my husband, otoh - totally opposite 🙂 digital all the way for him ... if someone died he’d shoot their SO an email 🤨😟😉
  7. @Orbit and all other gout sufferers - oy - I really feel for you 😦 ... my husband suffers the occasional gout flare up ... I researched foods to death and it seems I often got conflicting information 🤨 ... Initially, he was told to drink cranberry juice - well that worked okay - then my sis-in-law ~ God forever love her heart - told her brother No! Drink cherry juice!!! - so ever since - whenever he feels a gout attack come on (or whenever he can’t help himself and has some forbidden seafood 😛 ) - he will drink a couple of glasses of Knudsen Farms Black Cherry Juice - it works very well. ... During the times he has ignored the signs of an upcoming attack and it turns into a full blown attack - he drinks 3-4 glasses and by morning it has settled way down - enough so that he can walk 😄 (it settles in his toe and finger). Hubby does recommend drinking it cold - he says otherwise it kind of tastes - well - not as good as cold 🙃 and he does drink it a few times during the week as sort of “maintenance”. we don’t use a cookbook for his gout - anymore - he just mostly tries to avoid most of the foods that causes flare ups ... Good luck and HTH!
  8. @Kim Shook - the fridge! Ya gotta put ‘me in the fridge to cool for a few minutes next time so we can see them in all their individual glory! 😁
  9. My husband and son enjoyed it - they had me put it in the “three month rotation” file. Notes: I could only pick up Navel oranges - it’s what was available. I used very little black cardamom - probably an 1/8 of a tsp (I cook by smell if one of the guys isn’t here - I cannot taste what i am cooking anymore 😞 ) - no one was here, so smell was it - no taste testers. Black cardamom is something that - well - I’m glad I used very little. At @JoNorvelleWalker recommendation, I used shallots - and I’m glad I did - I will continue to do so. I used extra — glad I did that, too. The After I removed the loin and oranges from the skillet, I added a couple of Tbsp of fresh squeezed OJ and another half Tbsp of zest to the remaining liquid and continued to cook it for several more minutes - “more orangey” - well, my nose liked it anyway.
  10. We don’t eat a lot of commercial foods, either - I just don’t think the extra stuff in it is good for my guys ... I do make the odd exception for some things (like cookie butter - Peanut Butter- chocolate chips - yogurt - some things like that. Personally, I don’t think the odd exceptions i make here and there is going to kill them - ymmv.
  11. If all goes well tomorrow - I will be making “my*” Coconut Filled Coconut Bundt Cake tomorrow ... *Its not mine - It’s a recipe on King Arthur Flour and it’s delicious. I sub the milk for coconut milk and don’t use lemon - I have an aversion to lemon. Coconut Filled Bundt Cake
  12. Thanks for posting that @ElsieD - that is the brand I prefer - although I hear many wonderful things about TJ’s brand of cookie butter. Cookie butter is a wonderful thing - sub it anywhere you would use Peanut Butter or nut butter - (or - since I introduced my mother-in-law to it - do as she does and eat it straight up — with a spoon 😉 ) ...
  13. Sorry - my mistake ... Savoy’s Scones ... http://www.fairmontmoments.com/food-drink/scones
  14. Cayenne?! Hmmm 😀 I will have to give that a try in one of my next batches - thanks for the tip! ... A few years ago I turned my son on to cookie butter so I will oft sub cookie butter for Peanut Butter- that is his fave version, of course ... Oh - Kolaches!!! That was another big winner with the meeting crowd - I did a variety of fillings - apricot - cream cheese - apricot / cream cheese - prune - cherry - cherry / cream cheese - etc ... And the Savoy Scones - not like a typical American scone at all - these were good! - oh these are so delicious - so light - soft - absolutely heavenly. Haven’t made them in a while - I used figs instead of sultanas - the recipe is at fairmontmoments.com - I’ve made full recipe (makes a fair amount) and halved it no problem) ... the double egg wash absolutely makes a huge difference.
  15. I don’t like most gummy candy at all - but these are so stupid cute I’d buy them anyway and give them to my neighbors who have kids and grandkids.
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