I received a most ELEGANT award.. I love it. Thank you Raoulys Girl, Who Has the Thyme!! I do give good head.. I mean blog. I just OWN the land of the lumpage, I tell ya, I OWN it. Behind the zipper of the levi jeans lies the untameable snake, the eel with a mind of its own,the one eyed muscle that I play with consistently, the schlongs that taught me how to not have a gag reflex. Yep, I am allover the suggestiveness of this award. Without a doubt it has to be passed along to my 3 fellow pervs, I mean friends.. who've been with me from almost day uno.. CHERYL, of Cooking Dunkin Style, Ingrid of 3B's, and Monica of Lick the Bowl Good. You guys give good blog too!
New blogger friend of mine , Dave of Year on the Grill, has done a write up bout little ole me right here and a post about stuffed penis potatoes and crab balls right there. Enjoyable reads. Thank you Dave for your appreciation of all things me. I so enjoy , umm, reading about myself!
This Apple Bread, original here from Recipezaar, I make each year in the fall when apples are best. It is wonderful, moist, delicious, and a cinch to make. No reason not to try this one, and it yields 2 loaves. To begin.. for the apple bread, just beat together your sugar, eggs, and oil. Sift together flour, salt, cinnamon, and baking soda. Add this to the liquid mixture.Add vanilla, chopped nuts and thinly sliced applesto mixturePut into two loaf pans sprayed with Pam, I used parchment. Sprinkle tops with sugarBake for 45 min to 1 hour till doneLooks lovely , no? Nice slightly crunchy top with moist, deliciousness below (OK don't read into that). So pretty, yummy apple chunksPerfectly spiced.
Lets move on down 42nd street to Pumpkin Bars. These are a Paula Deen recipe, original found here, and they are a fave of all who try them!! Each year, I also make chipper pumpkin loaf, this was a very virginal post without a comment in sight.
Lets go! With your mixer combine your eggs, sugar, oil and pumpkin until light and fluffy. In another bowl stir together your flour, baking powder, cinnamon, baking soda, and salt. Add the dry ingredients to the pumpkin mixture and beat at low speed till combined and batter is smooth. Spread the batter into a greased 9x13 pan. Bake for 30 minutes and cool completely before frosting. To make the frosting mix together your cream cheese and your butterwith an electric mixer till smooth. Add your confectioners sugar on low speed till smooth. Stir in the vanilla and mix again. Spread on the cooled pumpkin bars. Oh . these are a lovely lovely treat. Not overly pumpkin-ish so even the kids will love them! Lookie, Oh Yes, gets me going Yeah; I know it doesn't take much to get me going. Damned imagination of mine.