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Old 04-25-2012, 07:34 PM   #43441
 
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I would like to know the name of the brain child who designed our court house.
ooooooohhhhh.... NOT a secret twin - my other personality!!!!

freezing at work in the courthouse sounds SO familiar!

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I heat the oven to 350 and melt a couple tablespoons of butter while it's heating. Then I put some flour and seasonings (I do a blend that my husband found online that's similar to the KFC spices...I don't know where he got it specifically, but I'm sure Google knows...) and shake it up, then shake the chicken pieces in the flour mixture. I put the chicken with the plumper side down and bake for about 20 minutes, then turn the pieces and bake until done (about another 30-40 minutes, depending on your oven). It's so good.
Thank you!! MMmmm...

But what do you do with the butter? Pour it over the chicken before baking?
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Aw man! I wantz coffee cake muffins!
Oh, they are delicious. My favorite of the muffins my friend Devin used to make at Soho House, and all those muffins were delicious! Batter, raspberry jam, dusting of cocoa, batter. Then when they're baked, another dusting of cocoa, plus powdered sugar and cinnamon. The combo just works so well!
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I imagine she melts it on the tray then puts the chicken in.
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Aw man! I wantz coffee cake muffins!
Oh, they are delicious. My favorite of the muffins my friend Devin used to make at Soho House, and all those muffins were delicious! Batter, raspberry jam, dusting of cocoa, batter. Then when they're baked, another dusting of cocoa, plus powdered sugar and cinnamon. The combo just works so well!
No crumbly topping? It does sound wonderful though! Coffee cake always makes me think of going to my grandma's house. She always had coffee cake at the ready for breakfast.
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Nope, not these. There were some streusel-topped muffins as well on the roster, but these were still my favorite of them all.
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I think I might die if my mom doesn't make me some of her coffee cake in the near future.
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I would like to know the name of the brain child who designed our court house.
ooooooohhhhh.... NOT a secret twin - my other personality!!!!

freezing at work in the courthouse sounds SO familiar!

Ugh! It stinks. It might actually be judges saying our lives and helping us get a new center They want our office for additional court rooms.
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How does coffee cake batter differ from regular cake batter? More butter? Just curious.
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Old 04-25-2012, 08:26 PM   #43451
 
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Well, I mean, there are different types of cake, but there's no such thing as coffee cake batter. Coffee cake is a butter cake, so it's not particularly different than any other butter cake except that it usually has streusel topping. It's fairly dense and rich. It's perhaps more rich and dense than some other butter cakes, but a lot of cakes get classified as coffee cakes, with different amounts of fat and sugar and streusel sort of being the defining trait.
That's American coffee cake, though.

I tend to think of yeast-raised coffee cake, made with a rich dough, very lightly sweet, and streusel.

And of course, there's coffee cake made with laminated dough, which not as many people make anymore, but it's a pretty special treat.
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Don't watch the show, but I laughed anyway:

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Sure!

I heat the oven to 350 and melt a couple tablespoons of butter while it's heating. Then I put some flour and seasonings (I do a blend that my husband found online that's similar to the KFC spices...I don't know where he got it specifically, but I'm sure Google knows...) and shake it up, then shake the chicken pieces in the flour mixture. I put the chicken with the plumper side down and bake for about 20 minutes, then turn the pieces and bake until done (about another 30-40 minutes, depending on your oven). It's so good.
Thank you!! MMmmm...

But what do you do with the butter? Pour it over the chicken before baking?
Nope, just leave it at the bottom of the pan.
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Maybe i should make this. Saria, how do you feel about marscapone with pasta. Fyi, there is also chicken, sun-dried tomatoes and spinach

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I use mascarpone whenever I'm feeling lazy, but don't want to just resort to cream. It's good.

New Korra shots leaked are painful. Damn love triangle. No, seriously, why, why, why this love triangle? Clearly Bryke are trying to kill me. Too close to home.
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I can't do this. I've been sitting here with this stupid math SAT prep book in my lap for the past two hours. I'm taking the test on may 5th. Maybe it's late and I need to get some rest but I feel like there's no point in trying anymore. I just don't understand this.
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What the hell?

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Springy, I second that Wth? and raise an eyebrow.

OMG!! And raise an eyebrow was no where near what I typed. Lol. My iPhone is psychotic.
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