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HAPPYSTEAK


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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Boston Cream Cake
I was gonna submit this exact recipe, as Im a lover of Boston Cream Pie, but am pretty much fed up with the expensive, from scratch recipes out there. Hey, dessert is an indulgence, so who cares if you have a little transfat in your frosting via a can of whipped frosting once in awhile? I use the Duncan Hines Yellow cake, jell-o instant vanilla pudding, and the Duncan Hines whipped frosting. The only recommendations I have are that this cake works much better as a single layer cake, that you split in half and fill. It's just the right proportions between cake, custard and frosting. Also, rather than microwave, I prefer to frost the entire cake, tops and sides so that the cake is sealed and won't dry out. I keep it in the fridge on a plate, underneath and upside down pyrex bowl, and as I take a slice, I cover the exposed cake with a verticle piece of wax paper covering the cake, and not the frosting.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 16, 2009
Monte Cristo Sandwich - the Real One
This is a fool proof recipe, but I agree with Vange's suggestions. This recipe can be very successfully accomplished in a pan with clarified butter. I like the results better than deepfrying, and the flavor is so much better. I might also suggest using eggbread, because it looks so beautiful on the plate when you're finished. I love strawberry preserves with mine along with the powdered sugar.

327 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 26, 2005
Three Bean Salad
I have made this recipe several times now to raves. Yes, this is a sweet version, however, like any marinade, it's not meant to be eaten really. I serve mine with a slotted spoon, that way, you're not consuming all of this marinade with the salad, and you won't lose any flavor because the salad has been marinated. Try it, you'll like it better served this way.

79 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 10, 2005
 
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