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Tiramisu Layer Cake

Reviewed: Mar. 13, 2009
Thank you for a WONDERFUL recipe. I made this for my italian boss' birthday and she stated it was better than any tiramisu she has tasted! I made a few changes to make the recipe easier for me after reading all the other reviews: Used 2 9 inch cake pans pouring 1/3 mix into one and 2/3 in the other (used a food scale to measure the weight of the filled pans so I would know when they had the right amounts of filling - thanks Alton Brown for that tip!) Put 3 TBSP of instant coffee in the 2/3 pan. Put the baked cakes in the fridge overnight to cool. Next day leveled each cake and divided the coffee cake in half. Doubled filing recipe and placed in fridge to cool. Made the cake pour over mixture (4 TBSP coffee liquer & 1 cup espresso) and sat it on the counter. Doubled Frosting recipe and added a splash of espresso at the end for more of a coffee flavor (you could use a splash of instant coffee, just make sure your frosting is whipped to the right consistency, I found that on my kitchen aid stand mixer with the splash guard on I mixed the frosting for 5 minutes at level 6 for the first 3 minutes then level 8 for the last two and it was perfect. Placed the frosting in the fridge and pulled out the filling. Placed a coffee layer of cake on my cake stand, poked wholes in it poured 1/3 of the coffee/liquer mixture on the cake followed with 1/2 of the filling mixture, next layer was the plain white cake repeated above and followed with 2nd coffee cake layer poked holes and pou
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Ultimate Twice Baked Potatoes

Reviewed: Oct. 27, 2002
WOW, what a great make ahead recipe! We had a pumpkin carving party last night and on Fri. night I actually baked and mixed then restuffed the potatoes - covered them in the fridge then baked them at 300* for 35 minutes to reheat and melt the cheese. Instead of using LARGE baking potatoes I used medium Idaho potatoes and they were enjoyed by all! Thanks for a great recipe!
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Baked Orange Roughy Italian-Style

Reviewed: Oct. 27, 2002
YUMMY YUMMY YUMMY - a great new way to enjoy fish! I just sprayed the fish with olive oil then coated it and it cooked up flakey and full of flavor - no fishy taste at all! To complete the meal I saute' some squash, zucchini, mushrooms and onions while the fish cooked and it was a great meal. My husband is not a fish lover and he went for seconds!
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Aileen's Punch

Reviewed: Oct. 27, 2002
VERY citrus-y but yummy punch I added an extra 2 liters of sprite to cut down on the tangy flavor and then enjoyed it MUCH better. VERY easy to make!
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Barbecued Beef

Reviewed: Oct. 27, 2002
Wow - what a yummy BBQ sauce and great way to make an easy dinner. I made this for the pumpkin carving party we had last night. On Fri. evening I got out the Black Angus Chuck Roast and trimmed the fat then cubed it and placed it in the crock pot then poured over the sauce mixture. I cooked in on low overnight for 12 hours. Then on Sat. I used a spoon to shred the meat completely - it just easily fell apart and added a bit more garlic salt, pepper, poweder. It cooked for a hour longer then I turned it off. There was plenty of sauce but I only used 3 1/2 pounds of meat. I actually laddled off some of the sauce and put in into a pouring dish so guests could use it to add more if they liked. Just a hour before the party I turned the crock pot back on low and stirred the BBQ beef just to warm it up. LOTS of rave review and no leftovers - definitely a great yummy dish!
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Cocoa Cake Roll

Reviewed: Oct. 18, 2001
Very yummy recipe and was a hit for a large crowd of chocolate/peanut butter lovers:) This recipe does take some time and I recommend using wax paper instead of a towel to roll up the cake in. I also just sprinkled some powdered sugar instead of using the chocolate glaze on top.
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