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Interesting idea - filling shells

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Next time that you get clams or mussels try something like this. My sister made Quinoa and added loads of veggies and other yummy ingredients to her quinoa. Instead of just serving it on a plate. She put it inside of these washed to shells. Looks much more presentable than just plumping it onto a plate.

From my kitchen to yours  God Bless
p.s. my sister is also a great cook, but she has a really nice blog about dating Gods way. Check it out, especially for those in a relationship and you want to know how to go about it in the right way. www.howtodategodsway.blogspot.com

Minature Apple Pie inside of an apple

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Yummy, I haven't tried this yet but this looks really yummy; made in a few Simple steps.

7 Granny Smith Apples (all washed)
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 tsp cinammon
1/2 tsp butter

dough
1/2 cup milk
5oz shortening
12oz flour
2tsp sugar

Eggwash: 2 eggs, 1/4 cup water (mix well)

Filling
Preheat your oven to 400F or approximately 200C. Get 3 of your Granny Smith apples and cut them out into tiny wedges removing the skin. Put it into a big bowl and add in your butter, sugar and cinnamon and mix until all incorporated. Put into a pyrex cover with aluminum and baked in the over for about 40 minutes or until the apple wedges are slightly soft to the touch and the caramel sauce has formed.

Pie dough
mix dough ingredients together until a nice dough forms. Roll it out and cut them into nice sized strips.

While your apple pie filling  is in the oven, get your remainder 4 apples, cut off a piece of the top and pit them, by using a small knife cut out the center of the apple leaving it hollow enough insi…

Candy Fortress

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My cousin Jenny who is a really big fan of my blog. Decided to make a cake for her little brothers birthday on October 31st instead of buying one. Look at what she made...Genius... Look at how amazing it came out. She made a simple cake and frosted it. Then with various types of colorful chocolates and candies she made a candy coated fortress with her decor, then to top it all off, she tied it with a ribbon. Simple, yet gorgeous. Do this next time you need a cake for a birthday party. I loved it. Way to go Jenny...

From my kitchen to yours
God bless

Took so long to blog... sorry...

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Sorry for taking so long to do a post. Between October 27th and December 12th I had a gazillion things going on. From the Grand opening of one of our biggest English churches in the US to the tabernacle feast celebration, to visiting the 'Temple Of Solomon' in Sao Paulo Brazil to moving and relocating to Mount Vernon, NY from Los Angleles,CA.... Needless to say this was a action pact 2 months. But I am back on track and ready to wow you with my new recipes, tips and cooking advice.