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Old 10-06-2011, 02:46 PM   #661
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Sweet & Smokey Pumpkin Seeds

Birgit those look great! Have you tried it with pecans or almonds?
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Old 10-06-2011, 07:36 PM   #662
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Cleochatra! Woooow! These little balls are exactly what I love to have in my pastry!! I am printing this recipe and once I get a hold of Marcarpone again, I am making them! Haah!!

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Old 10-06-2011, 08:35 PM   #663
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A few items that have been shoved in my face lately:




Mr. Peanut Sandwich Bread. Oh my GAWD, is this stuff good. I have to make it again.









Linda's Chicken Chile Verde with cabbage and salsa and sour cream. And with diced jalapeños!









Linda's Salsa Chicken, made with rotisserie chicken as a shortcut.








Italian salad mix from Fresh & Easy, with an egg and with the best dressing, Linda's Ranch Dressing.









Carne asada from the neighborhood Mexican market called Rodeo's. THE BEST carne asada there ever was.









Linda's Bacon Beef Rolls, a big favorite.









"French fries" made out of celery root. They look good, but they got soggy. Poops!









Linda's Buttered Almond Crème Brûlée.

Every time I try to make the peanut bread, I fail. Makes me sad

The creme brulee is . I made a batch and subsequently ate it all within a 6 hour period
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Old 10-07-2011, 09:09 AM   #664
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This is more silly than food porny. Just something you can do with your gluten free, low carb pizza crust (I used my new zucchini crust iteration here).
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Old 10-07-2011, 12:15 PM   #665
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Blackberry Ice Cream

This was delish right out of the processor bowl!! I love to save on dish washing, don't you? LOL But it was frozen 30-40 minutes when I scooped it up for this pic.


Recipe here: Blackberry Ice Cream « Buttoni's Low Carb Recipes
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Old 10-07-2011, 01:30 PM   #666
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Everyone does such pretty dishes! I think we have some closet food stylists among us. (I'm not one of them)
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Cleo, I thought the same thing. The Blackberry Ice Cream looks beautiful in the flowered china dish.
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Love the jack-o-lantern pizza cleo. Might have to compete with Papa Murphy's.
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Birgit those look great! Have you tried it with pecans or almonds?
No, I haven't. I'm kind of on a pumpkin seed kick lately. I have however tried them last year with a mix of pumpkin seeds, cashews and chopped macadamias, which was very good also! Oh and I have previously made them with sunflower seeds too, which I don't like as much for snacking, but love as a crunchy addition on a salad or in a trail mix type snack!
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Old 10-07-2011, 04:12 PM   #670
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Speaking of Pumpkin and pumpkin seeds:

Pumpkin Ice Cream with Candied Pumpkin Seeds



And Pumpkin Spice Syrup for Lattes

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Every time I try to make the peanut bread, I fail. Makes me sad
Are you being serious or are you just looking for an excuse to use the smiley?

You did use baking soda instead of baking powder, right?

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The creme brulee is . I made a batch and subsequently ate it all within a 6 hour period
She has a coffee version, too. I made a thrad about the buttered almond stuff here, it's somewhere, floating around.
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Old 10-08-2011, 05:54 PM   #672
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Are you being serious or are you just looking for an excuse to use the smiley?

You did use baking soda instead of baking powder, right?


She has a coffee version, too. I made a thrad about the buttered almond stuff here, it's somewhere, floating around.
sh'ya I used baking soda Its usually very oily, and very 'thick' and difficult to eat.

COFFEE!

Since im not cool enough to own custard cups I make it in coffee mugs
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Saturday night splurge.....recipe will be up on my site tomorrow!

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Beef Jerky

OMG Vanessa, that looks amazingly good!!

My husband's and my lifelong snack addiction is Beef Jerky. Made a batch today:


Recipe and directions are here: Peggy’s Beef Jerky « Buttoni's Low Carb Recipes

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Old 10-09-2011, 01:25 PM   #675
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I thought my pics vanished again. But then they show up a few seconds later. I'm definitely having browser page-loading issues with long pic threads on this site.

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Old 10-10-2011, 01:12 PM   #676
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Cleochartra, I just made your Mascarpone Bites. They are delicious!! Here is my picture:

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Old 10-10-2011, 04:31 PM   #677
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Jonika-- Gorgeous!! Those look absolutely gorgeous!
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Those look awesome.
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Thank you They taste wonderful. Cleochatra, what an ingenious recipe -so simple and so delicious. I can experiment with this - for example, I will add some cocoa and vanilla to the mascarpone, or I can add some strawberry flavoring...

Definitely need to make that chocolate coating thicker around each truffle.
And I love the fact that you use Truvia...excellent - no more guessing of how much I need to use.


I gave one truffle to my neighbor to taste and she was impressed. She wanted me to give her the recipe... I think that's the best recipe a chef can havve.
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Old 10-11-2011, 06:10 PM   #680
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Low-carb mashed "potatoes" - 4 ways




Low-Carb Pretzels/ Pretzel Sticks

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This was what's for breakfast this morning: spring onions, tomatoes, red and yellow peppers, and jalepenos fresh from the garden, scrambled eggs with cheese, and low-carb tortilla crisps. Yum.

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Dianafoot, that looks very pretty! I, too, like to have my food colorful.
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My mom went by the rule that you had to have at least three colors on your plate, i.e., sweet potatoes, spinach, and chicken, or salmon, corn, and cole slaw. Her permutations were endless!
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That looks AMAZING!
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Cream of bacon mushroom soup ingredients in the crockpot.
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I sent this recipe to my DH! I think we would love it!!
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Let me know if you have any questions. If you don't have a crock pot, you can also cook this in the over in an oven-proof pan with a lid, stirring every so often. I'd keep the heat to 275 F or less to prevent the cream from boiling/separating.
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Let me know if you have any questions. If you don't have a crock pot, you can also cook this in the over in an oven-proof pan with a lid, stirring every so often. I'd keep the heat to 275 F or less to prevent the cream from boiling/separating.
Will do! We have several crock pots and I plan to make this sometime next week after we go to the store to get all the stuff! THANKS girl, I just love your blog!!!!!!
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All delicious! Mmmm
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