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rahrah1820
Jun 25, 2017
I did this as a mystery, and it had me stumped until the last piece or two!
elijah13
Mar 4, 2017
I can't even remember the last time I used flour. I guess when I was making bread--which had been quite a long time ago.
darski
Aug 1, 2016
I love this type of puzzle. easy on the old eyes at larger cuts. This one is so welcoming - come to my kitchen and cook with me-
toadalove
Mar 12, 2015
Looks like someone is ready to bake something! Great puzle!
malko
Feb 12, 2014
Long time since I baked a cake, but I baked a pone on Monday. A pone is grated pumpkin, coconut and casava [a ground provision] mixed with spice, vanilla extract, sugar and a pinch of butter, tastes great!
vmarie
Feb 12, 2014
Pone sounds delicious.
dinta18
Feb 12, 2014
That sounds divine! I love all the ingredients! I never heard of a "pone" before!
malko
Feb 12, 2014
Pone rhymes with phone, and hello, it tastes divine. 2lbs cassava, 2lbs pumpkin and one dried coconut, grate all then mix with vanilla, butter, spice powder and 1lb brown sugar, bake at 375 d for 45 mins, cool and devour!
Barbaranne
Feb 12, 2014
Nor me but it sounds yummy
malko
Feb 12, 2014
Hey barbaranne, I enjoyed your story on pudding! Always welcome a little history about different cultures, I live in trinidad and tobago, we were once ruled by britain. Still emotionally attached though, hope to visit one day, God willing.
pixipixil
Feb 12, 2014
I never knew pone was a baked good. Years ago when there was a movie or comedy routine about hillbillies they would mention corn pone and I always thought that was some kind of moonshine. Maybe there are two kinds?
malko
Feb 12, 2014
Yes pixi, u can also make a corn version but u gotta use corn that is dried on the cob by grating it finely, tastes very good too. moonshine? ha ha ha!
dbnc2
Dec 5, 2014
Old folks use say I'm going to bake a pone of cornbread
meaning a pan of cornbread
pixipixil
Dec 5, 2014
Ah. One less ignorant northerner am I. I like the word pone and will remember it. Thanks.
tshepherd24
Nov 13, 2014
Good ingredients for a delicious meal. My wife would have so much fun with them.
toadalove
Apr 14, 2014
Cool puzzle!
SANTACLAUS
Feb 12, 2014
Thank you team for this one, I will be using the eggs and flour tonight, but not for bread yes for Yorkshire puddings, got a fabulous recipe for these and it never fails, so if any one would like it, I will pass it on to them.
nlbuchanan
Feb 12, 2014
Please share the recipe. Don't think I've ever eaten it and would like a look at what it might taste like.
Barbaranne
Feb 12, 2014
Yorkshire can be either savoury or sweet, savoury it is serrved with roast beef and gravy, sweet with jam, syrup or/and icecream.
The little pudding that are served these days were never known when as a child I lived in yorkshire then it was a roasting tin and it was deep. the pudding was served as a seperate course with thick gravy and the helpings were large, the reason was to fill up the men before meat was served, the coalmining families were not well off and meat was expensive, so the pudding took the edge of the hunger. You possibly know all this but it is good typing practice for me. God bless.
FlyingRoo
Feb 13, 2014
Santa, I would love a good recipe for these puddings if you care to share please....Yorkie puds are notorious for being either hit or miss
SANTACLAUS
Feb 15, 2014
YKS PUDDINGS.
3 TABLESPOONS Plain Flour.
Pinch of salt.
2 Medium eggs.
100 ml Milk,
2 Tablespoons of chopped herbs.
3 Tablespoons vegetable oil.
HOT OVEN.
Put oil into muffin tins, when hot, pour in batter(do not peek) ready in 15 to 20 minuets.
nlbuchanan
Feb 15, 2014
Thank you Santaclaus. Will have to try it soon.
SANTACLAUS
Feb 16, 2014
You wont be disappointed, it was given to me by a workman who's brother runs a well known restaurant, so it comes from a good source and I have passed it on to my friends and they say it has never failed them.
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