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  1. lynninpa

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    Cape May Cafe: Oreo Bon Bons


    16 oz. heavy cream
    6 egg yolks
    16 oz. white chocolate
    4 gelatin sheets or 2 tbs. powdered gelatin place in 3 oz water
    1 dozen Oreo Cookies (crumbled)
    3 dozen Oreo Cookies (whole)
    16 oz. dark chocolate
    16 oz. heavy cream

    1. Prepare the mousse: Melt chocolate. Whip 16 oz. heavy cream until consistency of ice cream.
    2. Place gelatin in cold water. Heat egg yolks until warm; add chocolate, stirring constantly.
    3. Place gelatin in microwave until gelatin is dissolved. While gelatin is heating, add one third of heavy cream to the egg yolk and white chocolate mixture; mix well.
    4. Add a little of the cream to the heated gelatin and mix well, then add both the gelatin mixture and the chocolate mixture to the remaining whipped cream and fold until incorporated.
    5. Fold in crumbled cookies, mixing well. Let mousse set up, around 2-4 hours.
    6. Prepare the ganache: Over light heat, melt 16 oz. chocolate into 16 oz. of heavy cream, mixing until combined.
    7. To serve: Place 3 dozen Oreo cookies on a sheet pan. Pipe mousse onto cookies, and dip into ganache.
     
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  3. DISNEYmooner2008

    DISNEYmooner2008 Mommy to a Princess

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    I made the Peanut Butter Pie from DCL but tweaked it some. I made the filling just as the recipe called for, but instead of making it into a pie, i made it in a 9x13 pan and cut it into bars. I made a homemade oreo cookie crust and used the ganache on top. IT WAS TO DIE FOR!!!! very rich!! Tasted like a mild reese cup mixed with cheesecake!!!!
     
  4. lynninpa

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    YUMMMM! Thanks for sharing, DISNEYmooner! Sounds delish!! :goodvibes
     
  5. Disney*Dreamer

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    I must have missed it, where is the recipe? I love peanut butter pie, and have a recipe, but would love to try a new one.
     
  6. lynninpa

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    Page 18, post 267 :upsidedow Don't forget to check out the recipe index in post 1 which I update each day. :upsidedow
     
  7. gismo1554

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    1 cake (your favorite recipe)
    24 ounces Chocolate Mousse Batch (recipe below)
    6 ounces Ganache (recipe below)
    8 ounces Whiskey Syrup (recipe below)

    Cut your round cake into 3 layers. Take each layer and drizzle whiskey syrup over each, covering generously. After whiskey syrup soaks in, cover each layer with chocolate mousse, and stack all layers together. Cover completed cake with mousse and decorate with Ganache for icing using a pastry bag with a star tip.


    Ganache

    1 pound Chocolate disks
    1/2 quart Heavy cream

    1. Heat Cream - do not scald.

    2. Remove from heat and stir in Chocolate Coins until smooth.



    Chocolate Mousse (Batch)

    4 1/2 ounces powdered sugar
    1/2 quart whipping cream -- whipped
    7 fluid ounces egg yolk -- pasteurized
    12 ounces chocolate coins (or other high quality chopped chocolate)

    1. Whip eggs and sugar until light and fluffy.

    2. Carefully melt the chocolate over double-boiler steam bath stirring often.

    3. When steps 1 and 2 are complete, fold the melted chocolate into the egg and sugar mixture. Then fold the whipped cream into the chocolate mixture.

    4. Place in the cooler to chill, then portion and serve.


    Whiskey Syrup

    3/4 quart Water
    1/2 pound Sugar
    6 ounces Canadian Club Whiskey
    1. Combine Water and Sugar in a saucepan.

    2. Bring to a boil; stir until all Sugar is dissolved.

    3. Remove from heat, add the Whiskey.
     
  8. gismo1554

    gismo1554 DIS Veteran

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    Well this weekend I made Peanut Butter Play Dough from the Coral Reef (really nice but you can't eat much of it in one go). Going to try the Peanut Butter Rice later on in the week and can't wait.
     
  9. Tatania

    Tatania Disney Foodie

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    Thanks for this review. I love everything with peanut butter and chocolate and will definitely be trying it in the future. Regarding the Oreo Bons Bons - I haven't made them yet myself but I've read rave reviews online from other people who have.


    Today I tried 3 Disney recipes and will share the reviews as well as the recipes I think are new. My guinea pigs were my 80-year-old mother, 19-year-old son and his buddy.

    Apple Caramel Pie (Artist Point at Disney's Wilderness Lodge) -
    For the Crust: I had to use a Sugar Cookie mix (as I couldn't find a refrigerated dough) and added a half a cup extra flour to it. It was still very soft and during the initial baking settled into one thick layer on the bottom of the springform pan.
    The Filling: is &#8211; tart but in a good way. I mixed caramel syrup into the filling and sprinkled it on top but the filling does not have a strong caramel flavor.
    Topping: I had to use 1 cup of butter to make the topping moist enough (and even then the crumbs weren&#8217;t exactly &#8220;wet&#8221;.) The topping seemed a touch dry and could have used more vanilla or caramel flavoring. All in all, this is a rich and good quality pie though it&#8217;s not the best apple pie I&#8217;ve ever had. None of the guinea pigs had any complaints.

    Spinach Salad with Oranges and Garbanzo Beans
    From the kitchens of the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel 2005
    5 medium size servings

    3 Tbsp. Orange Juice
    2 Tsp. White Wine Vinegar
    2 Tsp. Honey Dijon Mustard (used to be Dijon mixed with a little honey)
    2 Tsp. Olive Oil
    6 Cups Torn Fresh Spinach
    ½ Cup Sliced Red Onion
    1 15 Oz. Can Mandarin Oranges
    1 Cup Garbanzo Beans
    3 Tbsp. Pecans, Toasted

    Combine orange juice, white wine vinegar, honey Dijon mustard and olive oil in a small bowl. Stir well with a whisk. Combine spinach, red onion, oranges and garbanzo beans in a large bowl. Pour dressing over spinach mixture. Toss to coat. Top with toasted pecans.

    Review: Nov. &#8217;07 &#8211; an interesting and tasty salad. The dressing is very light in taste and in the amount. It very lightly coats the salad. The two teenagers cleaned their plates.

    Roasted Chicken Linguine
    Shutters Restaurant, Disney's Vero Beach Resort
    Serves 4 - 6

    2 1/2 to 3 pound chicken, roasted (or from the deli)
    1 pound dry linguine
    1 cup extra-virgin olive oil
    2 tablespoons chopped fresh garlic
    3 tablespoons chopped sun-dried tomatoes
    2 tablespoons pine nuts
    1/2 10-ounce bag of pre-washed fresh spinach
    1/2 cup feta cheese, crumbled
    1/2 cup goat cheese
    1/2 bunch fresh basil, chopped
    Coarse salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
    Fresh Parmesan cheese, shredded for garnish

    Pull chicken from bones and tear into bite-sized pieces. Set aside. Cook linguine according to package directors. Drain, rinse with cold water, and set aside.
    Heat all of oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add garlic and stir fry for 30 seconds (don't let it burn). Add sun-dried tomatoes and pine nuts, stirring until nuts are lightly browned. Add chicken, spinach, and feta and goat cheeses, stirring until creamy. Add linguine and heat through. Add basil, then season with salt and pepper. Garnish with fresh Parmesan cheese.

    Review: I used ¾ cup of oil and would cut it down further to ½ cup or less as it doesn't need this much oil and one can save on the calories. Since my son took the roasted chicken out of the oven too early I also had to fry it in the oil a little longer before adding the cheeses and spinach.
    Otherwise, this dish was a huge hit and tastes absolutely delicious. The 2 teenage boys devoured huge plateful&#8217;s leaving Mom and I with 2 normal sized portions. This is so good that you end up eating more than you really need.

    Still on the menu for this week is the Palaver Stew from Boma though I have no clue where to find red palm oil, :confused3
     
  10. Tatania

    Tatania Disney Foodie

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    Is this the actual recipe for The Cellier's Canadian Chocolate Whiskey Cake? If so, what was the source?
     
  11. gismo1554

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    It is the recipes according to allearsnet.com
     
  12. Disney*Dreamer

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    Thanks! For some reason it never occured to me to look at the index. :confused3 Ever have one of those duh moments? :rotfl:
     
  13. Belleandtinker

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    Jikos - Mac and Cheese with red wine sauce. Any recipe available?
     
  14. lynninpa

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    The PB Playdough sounds fun---and yummy! ;) As for the Rice-do you have the recipe for the sauce, too? I know I have it on the "Reguested" list yet do not remember seeing the sauce recipe posted. If you could let me know that would be great! :upsidedow
     
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    Duh moments?! All the time. :rotfl:
     
  16. lynninpa

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    Here's the recipe for the Mac & Cheese. I will post the recipe for the Red Wine Sauce in a moment. :upsidedow

    Jiko: Mac & Cheese

    1/4 cup butter
    1/4 cup flour
    1 quart whole milk
    1 1/4 cups Quattro Fromage (4-cheese mixture of asiago, provolone, fontina, and gruyere cheeses)
    2 pounds elbow macaroni

    Prepare the macaroni according to the directions on the package. Make a roux with the flour and butter over low heat. Bring the milk to a simmer and work in the roux. Add cheese and salt to taste. Pour over the macaroni and heat through in a moderate oven.
     
  17. lynninpa

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    Jiko: Red Wine Sauce http://www.allears.net/din/rec_rws.htm I know I asked everyone to post actual recipes rather than links. Yet I had quite a bit of trouble copying & pasting this particular recipe. Sounds like quite an adventure to make this one! ;)
     
  18. lynninpa

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    Thank you, Tatania! I am anxious to try the Chicken Linguine after reading your post! :goodvibes
     
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    I have actually emailed Disney to see if I can get this recipe. I will let you know if I get a response. I would love to have the rice, but without that tangy sauce, I just cannot imagine it.
     
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    4pixies Earning My Ears

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  21. Tatania

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    I must have missed that one so big thanks for adding it. I plan to try it for a Xmas party.
     

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