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    My dads just made these, they're absolutely gorgeous!!!!

    http://allrecipes.co.uk/recipe/9321/...t-cookies.aspx
    Tn prdu, jhami s rcbro

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    Nom!!
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    I do not want to force anybody. But Suzi promised two recipes and I am not seeing them

    I am trying to see how to upload some of my own pictures. I made my grandmothers german cheesecake. It was as good as it was when I was a young boy mmmmmmhhhhhh.

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    This is it. I have the recipe in German and in Dutch so if anybody wants to try and make it I will translate it to English and post it. It is so yummy And easy to make.

    A little backstory about it. My grandmother made the one you see in the picture. And with semolina pudding. When my grandmother passed away my aunt made me this cake but without the semolina pudding. But I was young when this happened. And later I found out my mum had the recipe that my grandmother made. We needed to puzzle a bit about how it went. But its so so good.

    It does have a lot in common with the Polish kind of Cheesecake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mira View Post
    I do not want to force anybody. But Suzi promised two recipes and I am not seeing them

    I am trying to see how to upload some of my own pictures. I made my grandmothers german cheesecake. It was as good as it was when I was a young boy mmmmmmhhhhhh.
    OOO sorry! I completely forgot! I'll get onto them now!

    That cake looks delicious!
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    Suzi's Chocolate Fudge Cake Dessert:

    6oz SR Flour
    4 1/2 oz castor sugar
    2oz cocoa powder
    2oz melted butter
    4floz milk
    6oz soft brown sugar
    14 floz hot water

    1. Mix flour, sugar and 1/2 cocoa in a bowl
    2. Pour melted butter into the milk
    3. Mix wet ingredients into the dry and mix well
    4. Pour in a 9inch cake tin
    5. Mix rest of the cocoa into the brown sugar
    6. Sprinkle the cocoa and brown sugar over the cake mixture
    7. Pour over the hot water
    8. Bake 190 degrees for 35 minutes.

    The hot water and the cocoa and sugar makes a really, really sticky sauce throughout the cake and surrounding it.
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    Suzi's Brownie Recipe:

    250g melted butter (to make it vegan just use something like vitalite)
    1 cup cocoa powder
    2 cups sugar
    1 1/4 cups plain flour
    3 eggs (or to make it vegan use 3/4 cup silken tofu)
    1 tbsp vanilla essence
    1 tsp salt

    1. Melt butter
    2. Mix all dry ingredients in a bowl
    3. Add butter and eggs
    4. Mix well
    5. Pour in greased tin
    6. Bake 35 mins at 170 degrees
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    Bootstrap Jack's Slow cooker bread:

    260g plain flour (or bread flour if you have it)
    7g dried yeast
    260ml warm water
    pinch salt

    1. Put your slow cooker on high
    2. Place greaseproof paper horizontally across the slow cooker and then vertically so it overlaps and overhangs the slow cooker
    3. Mix dry ingredients
    4. Mix in water
    5. Heavily flour the worksurface
    6. Turn out the dough from the bowl and knead for 3 - 10 mins
    7. Leave it for 20 mins
    8. Put it in the slow cooker for 90 mins
    9. Turn the bread over
    10. Bake for another 40 mins

    If it doesn't sound hollow when you tap it leave it for another 20 mins.
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    I was only joking when I said it, but that first one you wrote down is making me hungry already

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    Oh it's delicious! It looks very wrong when it goes in the oven, but trust the recipe!
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