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post #31 of 65
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Originally Posted by Melvira


The secret of fro-nache... I'm not sure you're ready for it. Hehehe. It turns out that I knew what it was the whole time... I just had to look inside myself to see it. Hahahaha. Ok, ignore me, I'm in a dorky mood today! dunce.gif



Well crap! I'm easily confused and now it's just worse. Fine, be that way, I think I can make it another day with knowing icon_lol.gif
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post #32 of 65
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Originally Posted by raquel1

Well crap! I'm easily confused and now it's just worse. Fine, be that way, I think I can make it another day with knowing icon_lol.gif



Hahahaha!! thumbs_up.gif >>>hug<<<
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Well that's just great. Peanut butter in my crack.
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post #33 of 65
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Originally Posted by catlharper

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Originally Posted by JGMB

So, I'm trying to figure out why it's called Chocolate Crack -- is it because:

A) it uses crackers,
B) you crack it into pieces once it cools, or
C) it's as addictive as the illegal crack?



D) all of the above..LOL

And STEPH...it's 350...in the first line of the directions so print them out. It's really SO simple and yes, totally addictive! I'm making some today for my kids teacher. Cat



icon_redface.gificon_eek.gificon_redface.gif That is sooooooooooo not what came to mind when I read the name of the recipe!
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post #34 of 65
This recipe is in the Joanne Fluke book "Apple Turnover Murder." There is also Vanilla Crack, I was wondering if they were good recipes or just strange. Now I'm tempted to try it!
post #35 of 65
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Originally Posted by frankdiabetes

This recipe is in the Joanne Fluke book "Apple Turnover Murder." There is also Vanilla Crack, I was wondering if they were good recipes or just strange. Now I'm tempted to try it!



Yup!!! That is EXACTLY where I found it! I read it and said, Hey, easy enough cookie that even I can make it! LOL!

Made it again this past weekend for a party..insta hit!
post #36 of 65
I had it a number of years ago in Georgia. A few years back I googled the ingredients and found the recipe. It was called Brickle and I remembered that is what they called it.

http://visualrecipes.com/recipe-details/recipe_id/125/Brickle-Candy/

the above is a website showing what it looks like.
post #37 of 65
I make a version during Passover with matzohs instead of graham crackers/saltines. It has the advantage that the sheets of matzoh are bigger, so there are fewer crevices for the syrup to leak between.
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post #38 of 65
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Originally Posted by redpanda

I make a version during Passover with matzohs instead of graham crackers/saltines. It has the advantage that the sheets of matzoh are bigger, so there are fewer crevices for the syrup to leak between.



Great tip! will do that instead of crackers. Thanks!
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post #39 of 65
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Originally Posted by Melvira

Isn't that funny... such an odd thing, you wonder who was the first to try it, but tastes like heaven!!

It's like, who looked at a cow's udders and said, "Whatever comes out of there... I'm DRINKING it!" icon_lol.gif



Melvira - you CRACK me up! This is not the first time I've read something from you that made me litterally laugh out loud at my computer! I like ya!

~diem~
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post #40 of 65
Okay, so WTH is fronache?!? I'm not as introspective as Melvira, I need someone to tell me!!

Please icon_smile.gif
post #41 of 65
From what I gather, Melvira answered her own question about what is fro-nache in one of her previous posts...she said her guess was frozen ganache....then she came back and said she was right. So, I'm assuming that it is frozen ganache....but idk!
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post #42 of 65
Chapter Two: An Ancient Discovery
Daniel woke up the next morning. He was sharing his room with Teal'c. He checked in on Jack and Sam.

"Hey Jack," he said. "How's it going. After that purple cloud last night, I mean."

"Oh don't worry, Daniel. In spite of it there's nothing cruvas with me," replied Jack. "What?" he said as Daniel started to look worried.

"You just said there was nothing cruvas with you."

"I did not. Cruvas, that Ancient word that means wrong in the context of body?"

"Yeah."

"You know, now that I think about it I do have a bit a Fron-ache," said Jack thoughtfully.

"Fron-ache?"

Jack looked worried. "Please tell me I'm not speaking Ancient again," he said.

"Okay you're not speaking Ancient again. Now do you want the truth? You're speaking Ancient again."

"Okay, so there is something wrong with me."

"Wrong? Not cruvas?" said Daniel.

"I beg your pardon?"

"You actually used the word wrong in place of cruvas."

"The only difference is now I'm worried that I'm speaking Ancient and then, I was remembering the time I met the Asgard!" Jack whispered.

"Hey guys, check this out!" called Sam.

Jack and Daniel ran over. She was watching the news.

"Unfortunately, the purple cloud that was noted last night was a chemical with extremely mutagenic properties," said the lady on the screen. "Anyone exposed to this chemical had best see a physician as soon as possible."

Jack, Daniel, and Sam looked at each other, expressions of worry on their faces.

"Well, anybody up for coffee?" asked Sam, breaking the silence.

"Yeah," said Jack.

"Race you!" said Daniel running out.

Jack chased after him, yelling "Like your going to win!"

Daniel won the race. Or rather, he thought he had until he saw Sam already sitting down with a full tray.

"How'd you do that?" he asked. "Jack and I just got here and you're already making a start on your breakfast! How'd you do that?"

"I was wondering where you two slowpokes were," Sam teased, then cringed as she remembered she was talking to her superior.

"I ran all out!" declared Jack. I ran my fastest and you still beat me by minutes!"

"Ditto," said Daniel.

Jack focused for a minute. He babbled in a language that was anything but English.

"What?" asked Sam.

"He just said something about Oh no! I'm not going to repeat that!" said Daniel. "Jack that was very rude!"

"She beat us so bad, Daniel! Of course I'm going to insult her," he said in the Ancient language.

"Well my question is how did she beat us so bad? We both ran all out, yet she still beat us!"

"Well, I'm done," Sam said. She picked up her tray. In the blink of an eye she was putting it with the other used trays. Jack and Daniel were staring open mouthed.

"I think that answers that question," said Jack slowly, breaking the silence between them.

"Definitely," agreed Daniel.

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But.. I think fro-nache means something totally different here.. icon_biggrin.gif
post #43 of 65
Joyfull4444, hi. You doing okay? (see any remnants of purple clouds?) It may be too early for me...you had me going, "huh?"
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post #44 of 65
Aw thanks diem! I do enjoy making people laugh. I seem to be pretty good at it for the most part. icon_lol.gif
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Well that's just great. Peanut butter in my crack.
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post #45 of 65
speaking of peanut butter in your crack, Melvira...has anyone tried putting peanut butter in their chocolate crack?
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