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  1. cherbear

    cherbear Silver Member

    Hi all I ran into a problem one of my hosts for next month has just told me that her oven does not work properly. I need a recipe that not require cooking time and don't know what to make. I am in my SS1 so I don't have many tools to work with. At the party she attended I made the Ice Cream Torte so I am not wanting to make that again. Any ideas?
    Aug 27, 2005
  2. pcbrandy

    pcbrandy Member

    Just an idea

    You can cook like the pizza crust or cookie before the show at home. Then add the topping at the show. Or you can make Chocolate Fondue with Cinnamon Chips. Or even make the Hawaiian Dip with Fruit Kebabs( this one I just used chunks of fruit without the wooden skewers).
    Hope this helps!

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    Aug 28, 2005
  3. kitty

    kitty Guest


    There are so many recipes you can do (aside from YOU actually doing the pre-cooking at home)

    Avocado-Citrus Salad
    "O" Salad
    Melon Salad w/ Orange-Lime Dressing
    Tomato, Mozarella & Basil Salad
    Today I did the "Tandoori Chicken Salad" from the Super Salads recipe cards using pre-cooked, pre-sliced chicken breasts...they come packaged that way.

    any cold-set/pudding/freezer Pies such as:
    Grasshopper Torte
    Banana Cream Supreme

    pre-made Cake/Poundcake base:
    Cherry Almond Cheesecake

    Fruits & Veggies:
    Marinated Mushrooms
    Orange Fruit Cups
    Creamy Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes
    Cucumber Party Canapes
    Pinapple Orange Frozen Yogurt (this on only uses Batter Bowl and Lemon Zester)
    Strawberry Sherbet

    If she has a microwave:
    Antipasto Platter
    Mom's Apple Crisp
    Chocolate-strawberry Delight
    Microwave Brownies
    Microwave Cake made in fluted Stoneware pan or rice cooker (if you don't have either, order one...they're worth it)

    and of course there's always WRAPS: cold cuts, cheese, dressing, assorted veggies. How can you wrong?
    Aug 28, 2005
  4. Cindycooks

    Cindycooks Veteran Member Silver Member

    The Cool Veggie Pizza is a good one - you can bake the crust ahead on the large round stone at home. Then demo all the toppings at her home! I made it all the time during my SS months. Good Luck!
    Aug 28, 2005
  5. Any type of salsa would work. You can use the food chopper, knive, cutting board, batter bowl, measuring spoons, measure-all and garlic press. You could make pita chips or tortilla chips at home - just slice into wedges and bake on the stone (or before baking, spray the chips with Pam and sprinkle on seasonings). When you arrive, just place a few pre-cooked chips on the pizza stone for demonstration purposes.
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