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post #21 of 38
OMG'osh does that look delicious.
Blueberries are one of my faves!

POINT!
post #22 of 38
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OMG'osh does that look delicious.
Blueberries are one of my faves!

POINT!

Thanks CR.

Think about this, add in sone habenero jelly... Sweet Heat! Mmmmmmmmm!
post #23 of 38
Ha! I just happen to have some killer Habenero jelly in the fridge, but I'll not contaminate Blueberries with it and vice versa.
My Habenero jelly is for biscuits and sausage, lamb and pork chops.
post #24 of 38

Looks beautiful, Case! Points for the recipe!

 

Disco

post #25 of 38
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Looks beautiful, Case! Points for the recipe!

Disco

Thanks Disco! I'm going to make it again this weekend, it's that good!
post #26 of 38
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Thanks Disco! I'm going to make it again this weekend, it's that good!
I'm planning on trying it this weekend too.
I'm thinking some buttercream or cream cheese frosting drizzled over it.
post #27 of 38
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I'm planning on trying it this weekend too.
I'm thinking some buttercream or cream cheese frosting drizzled over it.

I'm not a big sweet fan, or a frosting fan. But I bet that would be A-Okay.

I'm concocting a savory version. Will try that one soon too.
post #28 of 38

Yup I go along with you on that not much on frostings rather have plain cake with out any frosting like upside downers and cakes like apple crumb and the likes. I'm also not a ruin anything with cream cheese guy. :biggrin:

 

Warren

post #29 of 38

That looks really good DS.

post #30 of 38
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That looks really good DS.

Thank you!

post #31 of 38

That looks pretty! Polenta, eh? Interesting!

post #32 of 38
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That looks pretty! Polenta, eh? Interesting!

It's good. The polenta adds good flavor and texture.

post #33 of 38
Just saw this Case. Miss Linda's gonna hate you for this. LOL. It's been quite a while since any new deserts were posted and she's on her diet again. I love upside down cakes and the options are limitless so you gotta know I'll be trying this one very soon.

Never thought about adding polenta to a cake before.

POINTS!!!!

Please be sure to post the savory version when you come up with a good one.

Gary
post #34 of 38

I'm back trying to get this thing to print but it won't do it. Oh well I guess I'll just hand write it. But I got ya what's the difference between round and square it looks like you used a round pan and directions say a square pan?? :biggrin:

 

Warren

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Just saw this Case. Miss Linda's gonna hate you for this. LOL. It's been quite a while since any new deserts were posted and she's on her diet again. I love upside down cakes and the options are limitless so you gotta know I'll be trying this one very soon.

Never thought about adding polenta to a cake before.

POINTS!!!!

Please be sure to post the savory version when you come up with a good one.

Gary

Thanks Gary!
post #36 of 38
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I'm back trying to get this thing to print but it won't do it. Oh well I guess I'll just hand write it. But I got ya what's the difference between round and square it looks like you used a round pan and directions say a square pan?? biggrin.gif

Warren

When I make upside down cakes I typically use a spring form pan, or a Dutch oven. This go around was the spring form pan. Grease pan (helps parchment stick tomsides) put in parchment grease parchment. I used spray.
post #37 of 38

loooooks gooood :drool: ... Thanks for recipe  

post #38 of 38
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loooooks gooood drool.gif:  ... Thanks for recipe  

Thank you! Was going to make one this weekend, but we have to make a carrot cake for my FIL birthday. That's his favorite.
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