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Quote solange Replybullet Posted: 03 Aug 2007 at 6:16pm
Sous???????  did you say Sous?????Maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan....I miss my mother's cooking!!!!!
 
Yeah, kids do grow up fast ! I prefer to say that the children are growing up, because I sure as hell ain't getting oldWink
 
Great idea, making the "gisada" with pecans !!!!!!  Will have to try it!
 
 
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Quote jazmine14 Replybullet Posted: 24 Apr 2008 at 12:45pm
Are you talking about Grater cake or drops?Smile
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Welkom and Bon bini jazmine14  Nice to have you as a new member on Caribbeanchoice.Enjoy  your stay with us.Smile
 
I am sure Solagne (Soly) will replied to your post as soon she finished  the last lap (Carnival in St Maarten) ...or maybe Harmac can help you too. Wink
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Quote Abdiel Replybullet Posted: 24 Apr 2008 at 5:48pm
welcome jazmine14.
 
Dulce de coco mmmmmm rico rico!!!
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Quote vutjebal Replybullet Posted: 26 Apr 2008 at 11:33pm
I like aroz con leeche....delicious.!!!
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Chop a quarter of a pound of pealed fresh ginger that has been cut into small pieces in a blender using the chop setting. Use only enough water to make the blender operate smoothly. In a large uncovered cooking pot mix one cup of this chopped ginger and water, 2 cups of brown sugar, 3 cups of firmly packed coconut and 3 cups of water. Bring to a rapid boil and reduce the flame to
medium to high. Allow the mixture to cook until it thickens. Reduce the flame to low to medium. Use a large spoon to continuously turn the mixture to prevent it from burning or sticking to the cooking pot. The idea is to cook the mixture until the sugar begins to caramelize. When sugar begins to form at the bottom of the cooking pot and it is very difficult to turn the mixture with the spoon, reduce the flame to the lowest setting. Use a tablespoon to spoon the mixture and drop it onto the smooth side of aluminum foil or into a baking pan. You may use more fancy methods such
as special forms to shape the drops in any desired shape. Allow to cool.
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