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Sunday dinner with collectors
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Post# 461249   3/13/2023 at 17:53 by Dysonman1 (the county)        

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After a small mini meet, we decided to have Sunday dinner together. The first thing we had to do was make the dessert. We decided that an apple sauce cake would be perfect to coincide with the time change. The challenge was to use the least amount of sugar while producing a perfect result. The first thing we had to do was decide on which mixer to use. This magnificent Sunbeam labeled for Montgomery Ward was up to bat.

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Post# 461250 , Reply# 1   3/13/2023 at 17:55 by Dysonman1 (the county)        

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We baked it in an 8 inch round springform pan. This delectable cake has raisins and walnuts, as well as some of that good vanilla from Mexico. Out of the oven and cooling.

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Post# 461251 , Reply# 2   3/13/2023 at 17:57 by Dysonman1 (the county)        

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The small bowl was used to make the cream cheese frosting with a teaspoon of brandy. A circle of walnuts on top of the cake, and it is ready to serve.

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Post# 461252 , Reply# 3   3/13/2023 at 17:59 by Dysonman1 (the county)        

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Meanwhile, the pork roast completely coated in house seasoning, is surrounded by cut gold potatoes, sweet yellow onions, carrots, and russet potatoes with the skin on. A low and slow at 320° for 4 1/2 hours.

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Post# 461253 , Reply# 4   3/13/2023 at 18:02 by Dysonman1 (the county)        

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A gas oven produces the most wonderful results. The fat cap on top of the roast has completely rendered. The potatoes and onions are browned where they touched the bottom of the pan. The carrots are perfectly cooked without being mush. The pan juices, and a little roux, made a delicious gravy.

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Post# 461254 , Reply# 5   3/13/2023 at 18:03 by Dysonman1 (the county)        

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A little dinner for friends is served.

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Post# 461256 , Reply# 6   3/13/2023 at 18:04 by Dysonman1 (the county)        

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And now, for a slice of that delicious cake. If anyone asked me for the recipe, I would not be able to give it to them. Simply because I couldn’t tell you the quantity of anything I used. If you asked me, how much flour did I put in, I would say “enough”. That’s not really something you could go on.

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Post# 461257 , Reply# 7   3/13/2023 at 18:06 by Dysonman1 (the county)        

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And there you have it. A beautiful ending to a lovely Sunday with close friends. The cake is so moist that Joan Rivers would be jealous.

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Post# 461259 , Reply# 8   3/13/2023 at 19:12 by parunner58 (Davenport, FL)        

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Your entire meal looks fantastic. That cake looks so moist, I love a good applesauce cake.

Post# 461267 , Reply# 9   3/14/2023 at 08:03 by Dysonman1 (the county)        

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We had a vacuum cleaner collectors Super Bowl party, and I made brownies. Martha Stewart’s recipe. It was the pink mixmaster that did the job that day.

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Post# 461270 , Reply# 10   3/14/2023 at 08:25 by VacMadMan (Pueblo Co.)        

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It all looks wonderful! Good times good food.


Post# 461287 , Reply# 11   3/14/2023 at 16:03 by Dysonman1 (the county)        
They have come out of the closet

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Fun vacuums as well.

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Post# 461331 , Reply# 12   3/15/2023 at 14:27 by Dysonman1 (the county)        

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Fixing to run some rare Sanitaire

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