If you want to post a review to the recipe, go ahead just saying that you made the cake part for your petit fours and if it worked or not, after they are all done. Thanks for trying part of the recipe. Next time your looking for a nice dainty square, make the full recipe with the maple flavouring, you will not be dissappointed in this recipe, I assure you.Thanks again.
Impossible Pizza Pie-I made those a lot, loved them too. I'll see if I can find my recipe. Try this link:http://www.recipesource.com/main-dishes/dinner-pies/pizza-pie.htmlHope this is the one you're looking for.
[quote:05569dbb65="bama jr."]Does any one remember when you could save Spam labels to redeem for Spam stuff? I actually saved enough for a pair of Spam boxer shorts. They were too small for my sons, so I wound up with them. Now, I have to go find them.I wish they would start that program again. Maybe we ought to try fried spam sandwiches. :D[/quote:05569dbb65]They have an offer on the side of my Spam tin for Spam merchandise like t-shirts and hats, but the boxer shorts would be my pick if I could get them!!!I have it on the authority of my teenage daughter that Spam is so uncool that it is actually really cool. :lol: :lol: Spam lovers are actually the new UBER-COOL :lol:
[quote:f9937f224a="Luby"][quote:f9937f224a="carpetsharkmom a.k.a. Lee"]This is kinda off topic, but would any of you be ticked if your hubby got you one of these or any other kitchen gadget or appliance for your birthday?My hubby gave me a new ceramic top stove (not that we even needed a new stove, but...I wanted a one of these) for one of my birthday a few years back. My girlfriends at work said they would be pissed if their hubby's got got something like that for their birthday and not a piece of jewlery or someother fancy thing. Their reaction kind of took my excitement of wanting to share my new stove, with them.I love getting things for my kitchen. It's like a new toy. And with any toy, ya just gotta play with it. Playing with new kitchen 'toy's' is always fun, but it also benefits the whole family....when we all set down to the table.I'd rather have a $500 appliance that I [b:f9937f224a]want[/b:f9937f224a] and that I can actually use, rather than an expensive piece of jewlery that I would occasionally wear. I like practical gifts :wink:[/quote:f9937f224a]There was a time in my life (many years ago) when I wanted jewelry and a black fur coat. Today - no way!!!! If I unwrapped a piece of jewelry from DH I would immediately hand it back to him and tell him to return it. I don't need or want or use jewelry. Then again, he knows not to buy me jewelry or anything "froo-froo" like that. In fact, he surprised me with my Kitchen Aid mixer one year. It's the best gift he every bought me. This year I told him I want a 12 cup Bundt Pan for Christmas (there's nothing else that I want). We will be in the market for a new HD TV soon so I would rather have that than some silly piece of jewelry.On the other hand, if I find an ornate silver chafing dish or silver serving platter on sale get out of my way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :lol:[/quote:f9937f224a]I'm trying to find a silver serving platter for a holiday table centerpiece!!