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post #21 of 38

Kevin what size spring pan is that? I have almost every thing so should be doing it this weekend

Richie

post #22 of 38
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I think its a 9", its not a professional and I only have two sizes, small and large, its the large and I call it a 9", and the small I call a 6". But really just a large and a small.

 

Instead of preserves, you can also use those canned pie fillings, apple, cherry, peach, blueberry, but strawberry is still the best and I give caramel a close second.

post #23 of 38

Well. Dang.. I posted at the other post before I had seen this one. All questions answered except how'd the pedicure on your chicken turn out?  Point to you kev. b

post #24 of 38

Well, I've got a weakness for cheese cake, and this one looks like a real winner.  I can see it being especially good served cold on a hot summer day.  I'll be looking for that mix--never seen it up here.

 

Thanks you Sir!!!

 

Gary

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Well. Dang.. I posted at the other post before I had seen this one. All questions answered except how'd the pedicure on your chicken turn out?  Point to you kev. b

 

Hey Brian......... LOL

 

The brined chicken was fine. It wasn't over the top because I decided that i a little is good a lot must be better........ its the old male macho ego. I over spiced it. Don't get me wrong it was good I just threw in too many herbs and spices. LOL

post #26 of 38
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Well, I've got a weakness for cheese cake, and this one looks like a real winner.  I can see it being especially good served cold on a hot summer day.  I'll be looking for that mix--never seen it up here.

 

Thanks you Sir!!!

 

Gary

 

This is a great alternative to the NY style. And its so quick and easy. I bet you can find the mixes.  Oh wait, you live...... up there. J/K <chuckles>

post #27 of 38

Looks delicious. Love to try it.

post #28 of 38

Hey Foam it actually taste pretty good.Thanks for sharing

Richie

 

post #29 of 38
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Looks delicious. Love to try it.

Looks like it got Richie's approval!

 

Hope you do, and enjoy it.

post #30 of 38
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Hey Foam it actually taste pretty good.Thanks for sharing

Richie

 

 

What kind of fruit did you use? Strawberries? Rasberries? Caramel? Does caramel come from a fruit tree or a fruit bush?

 

Thanks Richie...... Its also nice not to have the oven heat the house. And with the way the temperatures have shifted, it might not be a bad thing for up there these days too.

post #31 of 38
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What kind of fruit did you use? Strawberries? Rasberries? Caramel? Does caramel come from a fruit tree or a fruit bush?

 

Thanks Richie...... Its also nice not to have the oven heat the house. And with the way the temperatures have shifted, it might not be a bad thing for up there these days too.

No Fruit Hersey Chocolate syrup 

Richie

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No Fruit Hersey Chocolate syrup 

Richie

 

Yeppers that works too!

 

LOL

 

I am glad you liked it. But it could never be confused with the NY style you make.

post #33 of 38

Terrific cheesecake and points for the ladyfinger idea! Love it, Kevin.

 

Disco

post #34 of 38
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Thank you Disco

 

The lady fingers just hold that good fruit juice, hehehehe.......... Spray 'em lightly and it just adds flavors and the lady fingers I use these days are usually frozen which drys them out. The special fruit spray, moistens and plumbs those lady fingers!

 

I hope you try it, they have been a hit every place I have brought 'em.

post #35 of 38

Darn it Kevin.  I've looked everywhere for that mix.  Haven't found it so far--just have to keep looking I guess.

 

Gary

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Darn it Kevin.  I've looked everywhere for that mix.  Haven't found it so far--just have to keep looking I guess.

 

Gary

Walmart says they have 'em.... you might check. Most large chains probably will. and You 

 

http://www.walmart.com/ip/15103545?wmlspartner=wlpa&adid=22222222227009948044&wl0=&wl1=g&wl2=c&wl3=40889815472&wl4=&wl5=pla&wl6=78312993169&veh=sem

 

Try the Jello locator service?

http://www.kraftrecipes.com/products/productlocator.aspx

 

If they don't work and ya really want some just let me know, I bet we can find someway.

post #37 of 38
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Walmart says they have 'em.... you might check. Most large chains probably will. and You 

 

http://www.walmart.com/ip/15103545?wmlspartner=wlpa&adid=22222222227009948044&wl0=&wl1=g&wl2=c&wl3=40889815472&wl4=&wl5=pla&wl6=78312993169&veh=sem

 

Try the Jello locator service?

http://www.kraftrecipes.com/products/productlocator.aspx

 

If they don't work and ya really want some just let me know, I bet we can find someway.

Thanks for the links.  I checked walmart.ca and no store anywhere near here stocks it.  However, I CAN order it online from them.  Thanks muchly.

 

Gary

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