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inotof
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 Let's Bake a Hebrew Fruit Cake

NOTE: This is a real recipe that was given to me by a friend of mine who is a Rabbi, you have to decipher the code to make the cake. I've never made it and the "wine" should be grape juice.

Preheat oven to 325 degrees.

1 cup 1 Sam 25:18
1 cup Isa 34:4
1 cup Num. 17:8
1 cup Ex. 15:27
1 and 1/2 cup Lev. 2:5
Pinch oof Ex. 30:23
Dash of Song of Sol. 4:10
1 teaspoon Amos 4:5
3 Isa. 10:14
1 cup Jer. 6:20
1/2 cup Num.11:8
1 Tablespoon Judges 14:18
Mix dry ingrediaents together. gently add wet and stir in fruits and nuts pour into a wellgreased loaf pan or 2 small loaf pans Bake 40 min or until done.

Disclaimer; Not responsuble for accidents. Inotof is NOT a cook and has not tried to make this cake. If you do mke it i would love to know how it turns out! Enjoy :-P


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David

 2005/3/12 15:11Profile
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 Re: Let's Bake a Hebrew Fruit Cake

Are we going to start a SI recipe book? Come one everyone else has one! :-P


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Josh Parsley

 2005/3/12 16:32Profile
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SERMON INDEX RECIPE BOOK ENTRY #1

[u]Delicious Strawberry Jell-O[/u]

1 Box of Strawberry Jell-O

Stir 1 cup boiling water into gelatin in medium bowl at least 2 minutes until completely dissolved. Stir in 1 cup cold water. Refrigerate 4 hours or until firm. Makes 4 servings. Enjoy!

ok yeah i've got nothing... somebody teach me to cook :-)

 2005/3/12 18:38Profile
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 Re: Let's Bake a Hebrew Fruit Cake

You don't think we have enough fruitcakes on here already? ;-)


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Ron Bailey

 2005/3/12 18:48Profile
inotof
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 Re:

Haha! That just made my day ! lol


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David

 2005/3/13 16:43Profile
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Haha! That just made my day ! lol


Funny and sad. Anyways to redeem this thread if that were possible, if anyone has any good recipes that they want to share this would be a good place to post them. I am sure there are some good cooks out there on SI.


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 2005/3/13 16:58Profile
inotof
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sermonindex wrote:
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Haha! That just made my day ! lol


Funny and sad. Anyways to redeem this thread if that were possible, if anyone has any good recipes that they want to share this would be a good place to post them. I am sure there are some good cooks out there on SI.



Sorry did not mean that the way that it looks. I don;t really think people are "fruitcakes". the comment just made me laugh, i meant no disrespect.


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David

 2005/3/15 11:25Profile
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 Re: for me

Personally speaking I like a good upside down cake.Hey that reminds me , I think I can talk my wife into making me one of these fruit cakes if I can convince her that there's some spiritual benefit in it and not just calories!


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D.Miller

 2005/3/15 16:16Profile
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somebody teach me to cook


OK Alan. This is one of my easiest and most favorite recipes. I created it myself.

Spitfire's Chicken Soup

5 boneless chicken breasts (frozen or fresh)
1/4 Cup chopped onion
1/2 Cup chopped celery
2 Tbsp. margarine
1 Pkg. Lipton Herb and Butter Rice Mix
1 Can Cream of Celery soup
1 Can Chicken Broth
4 slices of Deli American Cheese

Boil chicken breasts until tender in approx. 4 cups of water. Remove from water and chop into 1/4 inch pieces. Reserve broth. Saute onion and celery in margarine until onion is clear. Return chicken to broth and add the cooked celery and onion. Add rice mix and celery soup and chicken broth. Add cheese and stir till melted. This recipe is the BOMB! My family calls me the soup Nazi. :-x

 2005/3/15 16:28Profile
inotof
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Dave's sooper sammich.
Take 1 piece white bread (wheat or other healthy concotion may be substitued though not recommended)

Apply peanut butter liberly to bread.

Repeat proccess 4 times.

Stack buttered bread upon one another.

Open 1 Gallon milk and keep nearby. Enjoy! :-P


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