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Bay of Kotor, Montenegro | August 2012
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  1. Hi Kim,
    I want to make your Nutella fudge brownies, and have a question. Is your mini muffin pan for 12 or 24. My pan is for 24, so would double your recipe?
    Thanks Becky
    Baking and Cooking, A Tale of Two Loves

    The blizzard dumped 24" of snow and 40mph winds on us and we haven't seen the snowplow yet. Wish I was in San Diego today!

  2. Hi there, some fellow food bloggers passed these awards on to me and now I am passing them on to you because you are awesome!

  3. Hey there! I was wondering if I could not use a bread machine for the Semolina Pizza Dough and do it by hand? Or does this recipe must have a bread machine. Thanks! X

  4. Amber... so sorry I didn't see your comment earlier!! You absolutely can make the pizza dough by hand! Any bread can be made with good old elbow grease, it just takes a little more work!

  5. Hi Kim,
    First off I would like to say that you make food look amazing! After surfing through pages and pages of cornbread recipes, I finally landed on yours and it was love at first site.:) That being said, I think there's a typo on the custard-filled cornbread recipe. It calls for only 1/4 cup of cornmeal, but I found the original recipe online, which calls for 3/4 cup. Also, do you think it would make a difference if I used white cornmeal instead of yellow? Thanks and happy new year!

  6. Happy New Year Gabby!! Thanks for your lovely note. You've started my year with a smile!
    Thank you also for the typo tip... I think you are right, the recipe should read 3/4 cup cornmeal. It really wouldn't be cornbread with 1/4 cup...!! I appreciate the catch, and I've made the change on our post.
    As for yellow or white, I don't think it would make a difference at all. Flavor should be very similar and just the appearance a bit different.
    Let us know if you try it! This was my neighbor's recipe, and I was so thankful they introduced it to us. Enjoy!


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