Last one in the book. How did it compare to some of the others?
http://www.buttercreambarbie.com after midnight PST
meh I dont know how to unpost an early post… computer genius I tell ya…
I think these were more chocolatey and crumbly than some of the othets – good all the same:
Double post today in celebration of National Bundt Cake Day and my birthday, too!
Brownies can’t get any more chocolat-ey!
Another small, round brownie…
Thin and chocolatey.
Perfect fudgy texture.
I thought they were good, but I don’t remember the past ones clearly enough to compare!
So fudgy and super chocolate flavor!
This was a resounding meh. And a crazy short post.
German chocolate version: spikebakes.tumblr.com/post/12814849705/bittersweet-german-chocolate-brownies
It would be hard to pick a favorite brownie recipe from the bunch, but these were mighty good.
Also did a catch-up torte.
Made these with toasty pecans and really liked them. Probably not my favorites in the whole book, though.
brownies, BAM. http://thewhimsicalcupcake.wordpress.com/2011/11/15/bittersweet-brownies-twd/
I ate most of the pan myself….
These were a big hit.
done before the timer sounds
Sorry for the late post… I am in the middle of a move! :)
I know, I know, I could have been more timely on this one but it’s chocolate and it took me an extra couple of days to work up to it, what can I say? I made it and Mark was thrilled…he loved these! A Lot!! Here’s the proof of execution: http://grandmaskitchentable.typepad.com/grandmas_kitchen_table/2011/11/tuesdays-with-dorie-bittersweet-brownies.html
I am trying to catch up! This is Bittersweet Brownies and Alsatian Apple Tart.
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