Saturday, November 28, 2009
Plates of delight, thats what thanksgiving is and it keeps on giving. I dont start making other things out of the leftovers until I am absolutely tired of eating them as leftovers and sometimes I finish all of it before the pot pies or soups ever get a chance to see the light of day. Turkey tamales are in the plan so lets see how much turkey is left for me to make a few.
Who doesnt like a turkey sandwich with all the goodies tucked inside a nice fresh roll? The kid wanted to skewer a black olive on top of his sandwich and I didnt have any toothpicks so the skewer in this case is a skewer!
This molten pumpkin pie is so easy I can give you the recipe in five easy steps: 1)make pumpkin pie mix in the ordinary way (I had tonka beans so I grated some of that in as well as the regular spices) 2) make a brownie batter in the ordinary way and as a treat toss in some chocolate chunks or chips. 3) pour brownie batter into bottom of a spring form pan, pour pumpkin on top of brownie. 4) bake in a 350 F degree oven in a water bath als0 known as a bain marie (larger pan filled with water in which cake pan is sitting) bake for 30-40 minutes or until pumpkin is set. 5) refrigerate and slice when cool. Thats it - easy right?
Posted by Christo Gonzales at 1:17 PM