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September 2010

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September 19, 2010

Do You Remember Bev's Zucchini Bread Being Served at Captain Lord Mansion Breakfasts?

WP9-30-09 200  Here is another of Bev's original recipes from the days when she prepared breakfast for the guests at the Captain Lord Mansion each morning.  We used to keep a garden beside the "Carriage House"; it is now part of our parking lot/driveway.  Bev grew lots of zucchini and developed this recipe in order that we might put the voluminous quantities of those tuberous vegetables to good use!

This is the second of our fall blogs reminiscing about the past!  Enjoy!

 

Captain Lord Mansion

Zucchini Bread

 

Oven Temperature: 350

Baking Time: 1 Hour

Makes 4 Loaves

 

Beat with a hand beater

  6 eggs until lemon colored

 

Add to eggs & beat until well mixed

  2 cups of vegetable oil

 

Stir in 5 cups of sugar

 

Add:  2 teaspoons of vanilla

  4 cups of finely chopped zucchini (unpeeled)

 

Sift dry ingredients together separately in a very large bowl

  6 cups of flour

  6 teaspoons cinnamon

  1 teaspoons salt

  2 teaspoons baking soda

  3 teaspoons baking powder

 

Stir the dry mixture into the wet until moist (Do not use mixer)

 

Fold in 1 cup of raisins

 

Pour into 4 greased & floured loaf pans

 

Bake 1 hour @ 350 degrees

 

Test with a cake tester in the center.  If not clean, bake another 10 minutes.

 

Freezes well – you can microwave to reheat and serve.

This is a great recipes for the holidays for gifts!

September 14, 2010

Do You Remember Bev's Delicious Home-Made Muffins being served at The Captain Lord Mansion?

WP9-30-09 200Bev wants you to have this 

Recipe from the Past!

 

This fall we shall be sharing some old-time Mansion recipes in our blog.  We hope you enjoy making them and remembering the "good old days"!

 

 

 

Captain Lord Mansion Oat & Jam Muffins

Oven Temp: 350

Baking Time: 15 minutes

12 greased muffin tin

 

Combine the following ingredients and let stand for 2 minutes.

1 cup oatmeal (1 minute kind, not instant)

1 cup buttermilk

 

Add and stir following ingredients

1 egg

½ cup melted margarine

 

Combine following dry ingredients in a separate bowl

½ cup brown sugar

½ teaspoon salt

2 teaspoon baking powder

1 cup flour

1 teaspoon baking soda

 

Blend the dry into the wet and place into the muffin tins.

 

Place a scant teaspoon of strawberry jam on top of each muffin.

Do Not Poke jam into the batter!

 

Bake 15 minutes and voila’, you have some of the original Captain Lord Mansion muffins which Bev personally made and served at breakfast for years!

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