Chili cake

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I have been experimenting and found this cake to be rather tasty so,
mix up a cake bater, butter a pudding bowl then sprinkle brown sugar all
over, put a little of the mixture in the bowl and stud it with cherries and
your favorite fresh choped chili, layer until all the mixture is used up, it takes twice as long to cook in the pudding bowl but it leaves a lovely crunchy crust, and the sweet cherry and chili taste is fantasamastic.
 

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What in the bloody hell is 'chopped chili'? I might have to withdraw from your contest if you weren't offering up what I would consider a chili cake.
 
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Danger said:
What in the bloody hell is 'chopped chili'? I might have to withdraw from your contest if you weren't offering up what I would consider a chili cake.
:confused: :confused: :confused:

chili = http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chile_pepper

And chopped is when one uses ones chopper to divide a whole thing in to
many small bits.

Perhaps (chili) is different in Canidan?:tongue2:

Or perchance (chopped), if you have a( lamb chop) that( is) part of a lamb that has been chopped off of the whole lamb,------ there is no lamb in my cake.

:rofl:
 
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Okay, got you now. Over here, those are referred to as 'chili-peppers'. The single word 'chili' generally means 'chili con carne', a kind of stew made with ground beef, peppers, beans, etc..
 
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Now I've read this I'm less inclined to help out any further in your hydraulic stepper motor query!

You're a culinary wrong-un, Mr Wool.
 
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Agreed. That concoction sounds as if it would gag a maggot.
 
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Chile cake? Hmmmmm, that makes me hungry for tuna ice cream.
 
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Well i will be, i am crest fallen, cut to the quick:grumpy: , you have to try these culinary delights b efore you can rubbish them, trust me my cake is nice:smile: sigh, i guess there are no epicures here like what i am.
 
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I used to like peanut butter and pickle sandwiches.
 
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wolram said:
i guess there are no epicures here like what i am.
I certainly hope not. One is sufficient.
 
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Danger said:
I certainly hope not. One is sufficient.
Honest Danger i am not taking the Pee, just try eating a glassiated cherry with a little slice of chili pepper and sweet cake, you will thank me for the experiance in the end, nay ,you will bow down to me as your food god.
 
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I have no doubt that I'd be bowing down... in front of the porcelain receptacle. :yuck:
 
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I'm currently having digestive problems, and the title of this thread contributed to their complete evaluation.
 
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Well i had two big wedges of my cake and the taste was just so good i did not want to swallow, it seems i am knocking my head against a brick wall with you food dead heads, perhaps you should stick to burger king, or the deep freeze section of the super market and leave me to the more adventurous raptuous delights of good cooking :tongue2:
 
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And your own definitions... :rolleyes:
 
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Don't despair Woolie! Like you, I have a fondness for hot food, and am not afraid to experiment. I don't eat sweets much (no cake for me), but I am not above making sweet/hot sauces to grill meats and seafood with. Here is a shot of one of our cabinets filled with jars of hot salsas. The tiny jars are either 100% habanero or 50:50 habanero and jalapeno. The orange-looking ones are a mix of green and orange habaneros, and the two slightly larger red ones at the top center are 100% fully ripened habaneros. You don't want to put a spoonful of that on your taco - it's strictly for cooking. This morning, we had wild-blackberry pancakes for breakfast. Maybe I'll try chili-pepper pancakes tomorrow with maple syrup. Mmmmm! :tongue2:

http://img68.imageshack.us/img68/9594/chilislp7.jpg [Broken]
 
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You two deserve each other.
 
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Is it any thing like beef fudge? Because that was disgusting!! you find little chunks of beef in with chocolate and whatever else is in normal fudge. I actually gagged worst thing I have ever tasted but I could find you the recipe if you like?
 
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turbo-1 said:
Don't despair Woolie! Like you, I have a fondness for hot food, and am not afraid to experiment. I don't eat sweets much (no cake for me), but I am not above making sweet/hot sauces to grill meats and seafood with. Here is a shot of one of our cabinets filled with jars of hot salsas. The tiny jars are either 100% habanero or 50:50 habanero and jalapeno. The orange-looking ones are a mix of green and orange habaneros, and the two slightly larger red ones at the top center are 100% fully ripened habaneros. You don't want to put a spoonful of that on your taco - it's strictly for cooking. This morning, we had wild-blackberry pancakes for breakfast. Maybe I'll try chili-pepper pancakes tomorrow with maple syrup. Mmmmm! :tongue2:

http://img68.imageshack.us/img68/9594/chilislp7.jpg [Broken]
Wow, that is awsome, but it is not fair for folk to belittle my creation, one has to brave at the forfront of food science, it will only take one of you to try my cake for the word to spread as to my greatness.
 
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I will try it if you can promise me its not as much of a aquired taste as beef fudge?!
 
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rhuthwaite said:
I will try it if you can promise me its not as much of a aquired taste as beef fudge?!
I wonder what bacon fudge would taste like. Just substitute crispy bacon for the nuts... I like bacon with almost anything.
 
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I love bacon I just don't know how good it would taste with sweet thing. Generally it is rather salty. Does salty and sweet go together? I guess popcorn and ice cream together doesn't taste bad
 
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I will try it if you can promise me its not as much of a aquired taste as beef fudge?!
At last some one willing to surf the super highway of epicurism with me, i am not aware of beef fudge, but i assure you once tasted my cake is gone in 60 seconds.

That bacon idea sounds good Turbo, the two fat ladies have nothing on us
we rock :biggrin:
 
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I just tried it
It isn't that bad in fact I would reckonmend like wolram that everyone try it. Be daring it tastes alot better than it sounds
 
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I didn't actually make your recipe I just tried cherries and sliced chilli on cake
 

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