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    Almond & Chocolate Zucchini bread reciepe

    I made this last night and it was delicious. I converted everything into imperial for better comprehension.

    • 3 Eggs,Large
      2 c sugar
      1 c Salad Oil
      2 oz chocolate,unsweetened
      1 ts vanilla Extract
      2 c Zucchini,Grated
      3 c Flour,All-Purpose
      1 ts salt
      1 ts cinnamon,Ground
      1/4 ts baking powder
      1 ts baking soda
      1 c Almonds,Chopped

    1. Beat eggs until lemon-colored. Beat in sugar and oil. Melt chocolate over hot water and stir into egg mixture along with vanilla and zucchini.

    2. Sift flour with salt, cinnamon, baking powder and baking soda. stir into zucchini mixture; add almonds. Mix well.

    3. Bake in two well-oiled 9x5-inch loaf pans in preheated 350 degree oven for one hour and twenty minutes or until done. Cool in pans 20 minutes and then turn out onto rack. Cool thoroughly before slicing.
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    Thanks, perhaps it would be for the "lounge" section ?
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    Yes the lounge would be better. Sometimes I make mistakes. The confusion occurs because english isn't my first language.
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    1) Permitted Activities:
    ii) Discuss on any subject that may be of interest to the community.
    I am really wondering whether this is of any interest to anyone. Yes, we have a few sports related threads that really have nothing to do with the sex trade, but recipes now???

    Questions-girl, please refrain from posting just for... posting. If you need visibility, do like everyone else and pay yourself a banner. We already sent you the "how to" information a while back.

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod 2
    I am really wondering whether this is of any interest to anyone. Yes, we have a few sports related threads that really have nothing to do with the sex trade, but recipes now???

    Questions-girl, please refrain from posting just for... posting. If you need visibility, do like everyone else and pay yourself a banner. We already sent you the "how to" information a while back.

    Thank you

    M2
    Because I anticipate e-mail messages about this. Mod and I have discussed this issue. It is private but it is enough to say there are no problems.

    About why I posted this reciepe...

    I like to bake and I do not believe that only Naughty and myself are the only women on here. It was my hope that we could exchange a few things we like. There are many male conversations but not any female ones. (And some men like to enjoy things are traditionally considered female.)

    For me I would like to see all the sports messages deleted. I exercise alot but I hate professional sports.
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    I agree with Elvis. Let the recipe thread continue. BBQ season is here and I'm sure there are a lot of favorite rib, steak and burger recipies waiting to be unleashed. The three best things about summer...BBQ's, cold beer and hot Montreal ladies. Not necessarily in that order

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    Keep this thread!

    I am looking forward to trying this recipie.

    A trick for you BBQ enthousiasts:

    Salad dressing makes a great marinade for all sorts of meat. Try Italian, Catalina, California or whatever is your favorite! (Those are some of mine.)

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    Thumbs down

    First and foremost, I'll tell you that I have significant culinary skills and I know my way around the kitchen. Like most single men, I learned early on that if I want good food I'll have to learn how to cook. As most of you know I am also the starter of the Montreal restaurant threads and this thread I think should be re-entitled "Recipe Thread."

    My specialties are salsas, dips and spreads. My sundried tomato, artichoke and hot crabmeat dips are all award-winners. The thing is I don't use established recipes, I take them and embellish and modify them. This is what a good chef does. You need to be creative, you don't need to watch Emeril Lagasse to emulate the things he does. You can do the same stuff he does in your own kitchen if you have the time, effort and patience.

    Techman, last night I went out to eat and I had some absolutely sensational Barbecued Baby Back Ribs. I want to say they were even better than the Ribs at Baton Rouge in Montreal. Really, really good!

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    I want to publically thank Mod 2 for giving me permission to continue with this topic. It is greatly appreciated!

    Sharing recipes is something I truely enjoy. Finding a new culinary treasure is better than finding gold. And yes I know men are just as good in the kitchen as any woman. In many cases I think even better.

    So I will now go to my books and find a good recipe for lamb. I plan to make it for dinner tomorrow night and I would love to place the formula here with everyone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naughtylady
    I am looking forward to trying this recipie.

    A trick for you BBQ enthousiasts:

    Salad dressing makes a great marinade for all sorts of meat. Try Italian, Catalina, California or whatever is your favorite! (Those are some of mine.)

    Ronnie,
    Naughtylady
    What is also good for a bar-b-que is cherry wood placed on the hot coals. Soak pieces of the wood in water over-night for best result.
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    This thread is a good idea..

    I also love cooking..and do have a few recipes...

    I specialise in Italian cooking..and have a few recipes I could also share..

    The homemade Italian tomatoe sauce..just like nonna used to make is one of them..

    A great idea..

    The next best thing to sex is Food....


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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver
    Like most single men, I learned early on that if I want good food I'll have to learn how to cook
    I wish I could say the same, unfortunately all attempts to cook from my part result in fire alarms, charred food and wasted money.

    And not for lack of trying, I swear even messed up trying to make jello from those powdered jello packets, I wound up with syrupy fruit juice instead

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    Smile

    Quote Originally Posted by Questions-girl
    So I will now go to my books and find a good recipe for lamb. I plan to make it for dinner tomorrow night and I would love to place the formula here with everyone.

    I'm now open to dinner invitations


    Quote Originally Posted by LEE STONE
    The homemade Italian tomatoe sauce..just like nonna used to make is one of them
    I bettcha that my nonna's Tomato Sauce is better than your nonna's ....LMAO (just kiddin)


    SM

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    Tomato sauce

    I make a puttanesca sauce that is better than anything you can get at any restaurant in Montreal! Real spicy too!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver
    I make a puttanesca sauce that is better than anything you can get at any restaurant in Montreal! Real spicy too!!!!!
    Please share that recipe.
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