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   RonDouglas                   
 
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FAVORITE CUISINE: Soul Food
HOW OFTEN DO YOU COOK?: a few times per week
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IF I HAD TO CHOOSE ONE: Grill
MEMBER SINCE: 07/25/2014
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LAST LOGIN: 07/25/4292 14:00:55
MY RATING: 9.85


03/30/2008 11:37:30


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From: Stravvie
08/03/2013 11:13:41
Hi Ron,
Stravvie from Stockport, England.  I have already bought your collection of American Recipes including Your Mommas. Have had enjoyment reading them and using same. thank you.


05/11/2013 12:27:52
I have joined foodpals. Very excited. Ordered the 20 recipe books on CDs. Even more excited. One problem. After joinong,I hsve been unable to figure out him to download the free "Quick and Easy" recipe book. 
PLEASE HELP
Thanks


07/25/2301 13:07:55
Ron, thanks very much for creating this site for foodies.
I joined for the recipes, but I am HEARTILY hopeful you don't allow members of the United States Congress to send naked photos of themselves to your members....this includes anybody currently running for president....'specially Newt Gingrich...naked AND creepy


02/27/2010 15:17:44

Recipe for Hamentaschen
  • 2/3 cup butter or margarine
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 cup orange juice (the smooth kind, not the pulpy)
  • 1 cup white flour
  • 1 cup wheat flour (DO NOT substitute white flour! The wheat
    flour is necessary to achieve the right texture!)
  • 2 tsp. baking powder
  • 1 tsp. cinnamon
  • Various preserves, fruit butters and/or pie fillings.



Blend butter and sugar thoroughly. Add the egg and blend thoroughly.
Add OJ and blend thoroughly. Add flour, 1/2 cup at a time, alternating
white and wheat, blending thoroughly between each. Add the baking powder
and cinnamon with the last half cup of flour. Refrigerate batter
overnight or at least a few hours. Roll as thin as you can without
getting holes in the batter (roll it between two sheets of wax paper
lightly dusted with flour for best results). Cut out 3 or 4 inch
circles.


Proper 
folding of HamentaschenPut a dollop of filling in the middle of each circle. Fold
up the sides to make a triangle, folding the last corner under the
starting point, so that each side has corner that folds over and a
corner that folds under (see picture at right). Folding in this
"pinwheel" title will reduce the likelihood that the last side will fall
open while cooking, spilling out the filling. It also tends to make a
better triangle shape.


Bake at 350 degrees for about 15-20 minutes, until golden brown but
before the filling boils over!


Traditional fillings are poppy seed and prune, but apricot is my
favorite. Apple butter, pineapple preserves, and cherry pie filling all
work quite well. I usually use Pathmark grocery store brand fruit
preserves, and of course the traditional Simon Fischer brand prune
lekvar. I have also made some with Nutella (chocolate-hazelnut spread); I
find it a bit dry that way, but some people like it.


The number of cookies this recipe makes depends on the size of your
cutting tool and the thickness you roll. I use a 4-1/4 inch cutting tool
and roll to a medium thickness, and I get 20-24 cookies out of this
recipe.


Wheat-Free, Gluten-Free Variation


If you are on a wheat-free diet for wheat allergies or a gluten-free
diet for celiac-sprue, substitute 2 cups of buckwheat
flour and 1/2 cup of milled
flax seed for the white and wheat flour. Reduce the baking powder
to 1 tsp. The resulting hamentaschen will have an unusual pumpernickel
color, but they taste great!


Make sure the buckwheat flour you use is wheat-free/gluten-free!
Sometimes buckwheat flour is mixed with white or wheat flour. The
Hodgson Mill buckwheat and flax linked above are gluten-free and have
reliable kosher
certification.



From: ChefPauli
11/20/2009 10:18:25
send me an email on my sn


From: ChefPauli
11/20/2009 10:18:01
How have you been?


From: freebird7
07/25/346 12:48:40
Hey Ron...Just found your site...love it. Take care. 


From: dna1951
07/25/3402 12:45:53


From: carl1951
07/25/1882 12:27:55
KEEP SENDING THE FREE RECIPES,CAN'T AFFORD THE PAY STUFF ON SMALL DISABILITY CK...SORRY.BUT LOVE YOU STUFF DID YOU GET THE PAGE I SENT YOU? CARL_1951


From: charlee
07/25/9652 12:27:45
Hi, Ron just to say sorry I have not been log in for a awhile, But now I will be in more for the Holidays..Thank's Charlee




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