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Domestic_Goddess

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About Domestic_Goddess

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  • Birthday 06/23/1955

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    Blogging, cooking, baking, collecting cookbooks, reading about the paranormal, and spending time with my family.
  1. We're having - Potato Pancakes, bacon, and cinnamon flavored applesauce.
  2. Hey Cat, it's nice to know that I was missed!! I'll try to pop in more often, to see what I've been missing. :wink (2):
  3. Since posting this recipe last, I noticed today there's a slight error in the recipe. The amount of coffee needed to make this iced coffee, should be 6 tablespoons, plus I no longer add the cinnamon flavored coffee ice cubes. I found the coffee itself, has just the right amount of cinnamon added to it. Who'm ever decides to make this iced coffee, I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! Cindi's Cinnamon Flavored Iced Coffee 6-1/3 cups cold water 6 Tablespoons Automatic Drip Regular Grind Coffee 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1 (14 oz.) can sweetend condensed milk ice cubes Place ground cinnamon inside paper filled (brewing) basket. Add the ground coffee to coffee filter, so its covering the ground cinnamon completely. Adjust basket to fit coffee maker. Pour 6-1/3 cups cold water into coffee maker. Return coffee pot to coffee maker, and start brewing the coffee. After the coffee is done brewing, turn off coffee maker, and set the pot aside for coffee to cool somewhat. Combine brewed coffee and sweetened milk into a large pitcher; stir thoroughly until coffee and condensed milk is blended together. Refrigerate until coffee is chilled. Onced chilled; pour in glasses filled with ice cubes. Yields: 57 ounces
  4. "HAPPY BIRTHDAY" & "HAPPY NEW YEAR" To the both of you!
  5. I always thought this forum had an edit button available to past threads or posts, but I see it's no longer visible. I was wondering if the administrator of the board, would make it possible for it's availability permanently?
  6. I wanted to show y'all the cute cake my daughter Jen had made for us on Christmas. My daughter is known as "the cake baker" in our family. And here's a picture of our daughter Jenny who made the cake.
  7. Candy Cane Chocolate Sandwich Cremes Click onto the following link to view the cookies: http://domesticgoddessinthekitchen.blogspot.com/2010_12_01_archive.html
  8. Rita, I can only imagine what you've been going through. You poor dear! I surely hope things get better for you!
  9. Philomena, you certainly have gone through a lot. I feel for your family! I pray things get better for y'all.
  10. For those who freeze butternut squash... How does everyone freeze their squash? If you blanch it first, in water ontop the stove, how much squash (ounces or pounds) do you add to your saucepan, and how much water (ounces) do you add? Do you cover the pot before you blanch the squash, or cook/blanch the squash with out covering the pot? And how long (minutes) does it take to blanch the squash? Also, do you then cool the squash while it's still cubed, or possibly add it to a bowl of ice water for a few minutes, then blot the cubed squash with paper toweling, then flash freeze it in the freezer before adding it to freezer bags, or do you mash it immediately after it's been blanched, and freeze it in Ziploc freezer bags or use other containers to freeze it? For those who blanch their squash in the microwave, what is the wattage of your microwave when doing this process, how much squash (ounces or pounds) do you cook/blanch in the microwave, how much water do you add, and how many minutes does it take to cook it? For those who prefer to cook/roast there's in the oven, at what temp do you cook it, and for how long? Do you freeze your squash in Ziploc freezer bags, or in Tupperware-like freezer containers? If using the Ziploc freezer bags, how much squash do you add to those bags?
  11. I really like the new board and the colors, all are so nice and soothing to the eye!
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