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Just Like Moms Lemon bars with a twist of that Blueberry greatness.....
Will Come back and add Flavor Notes when the steep is done ...Happy Vaping
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Okay The break Down INW Biscuit,Cap sugar Cookie, TPA Graham Cracker Clr and CAP NYC Cheesecake make up our crust and the cheesecake base , used the FLV custard to bridge over the TPA Banana Cream and MB Soft Banana, shooting for a nice simple pie here that packs alot of texture and flavor , with the 3 cream like flavors in this recipe it will require a good steep of around 10 to 14 days before i feel it merges and mingles together and forms straight awesomeness...
also i have to apologize i am not very proficient in Recipe write ups and thats something i plan on working on this year, to become better with my descriptors and give you all a better representation of my intentions and profiles.
My V8 a year after trying Primative's Buttermilk Pie. While this is not an exact clone, to achieve a similar robust dessert vape requires a heavy hand and more than a few ingredients.
To start, I wanted a dense chess pie... and I like mine sweet. The Vanilla Custard with Sweet Cream are at the root of that, complimented by both Inw Creme Brûlée and FA Custard (Inw didn't give me enough of the caramelized top hence the brown sugar & vanilla).
You can do with less frosting (but it levels the mix nicely) or without the Super Sweet but at 0.75% & 0.5% why... this is a zero calorie extravagance.
The Rich Cinnamon, at just one drop per 30 m, is a must... two is fine, don't cry., it won't destroy things.
Another must is the 3:1 Whipped Cream & Golden Butter which are the buttermilk of the recipe.. This key combination was uncovered in 2016 at least.
For the crust I opted for a simple 2:1 which does this recipe justice.
Give it a taste before you dial it down, go back to the original and think, If you were to bake a chess pie, what would you want.
This recipe is an attempt to recreate the powder sugar coated shortbread cookie with inclusions of candied lemon zest that I enjoyed as a child
Excerpt of review of the rebirth of the cookie under a new manufacturer:
"The crumbly cookies, coated with powdered sugar, and sprinkled throughout with enchantingly tart and yellow bits of lemony stuff, were so amazing that sometimes we’d polish off a whole box before we even got to the check-out counter (hey, we paid for the empty box!). But in the 1990s, Lemon Coolers disappeared from grocery store shelves after the cookie’s maker, Sunshine Biscuits, merged with Keebler in 1996."
This recipe is 100% DIY or Die community created. I started with a simple Biscuit and Lemon sicily and asked the group (via Facebook) how they suggested I tweak it to give it that powdered sugar feel and taste and a good lemon bite that was blended into the cookie, not overpowering it.
I will take 100% of the criticism as I published the final recipe under my name, but the guys in the DIYOD facebook group deserve the credit for getting this all-day-vape off the ground.
This was based on a recipe i found on line that caught my attention and I thought lets give it a go. On the inhale you get a sweet vanilla soft cookie that transitions to a nutty, caramel popcorn, graham cracker finish. it is good at 3 days but the popcorn builds over time and comes out at 7 days . best at around 60 - 65 watts .
Feel free to add additional sweetner if you want that commercial feel - as this is a in your face commercial style mix and not meant to have alot of subtly - but the cake batter dip provides alot of sweetness that comes out over 3 - 5 days.
This was made for daytime frank Mixin in the kitchen episode n popcorn
caramel popcorn, AP and kettle Corn create the popcorn base. it tends to grow a bit. The Caramel popcorn and peanut is very light on the popcorn but has a really nice peanut finish . Kettle corn has a nice buttery sweet note that I am using here along with AP to provide more of a popcorn note. "NOTE AP is not necessary but does support the popcorn and cookie in this mix.
cake batter adds some top note sweetness and body to the mix to contrast some of the darker notes
Graham cracker and Sugar cookie creates a really nicely balanced cookie with a soft center and slightly darker baked crisp notes from the Graham cracker.
caramel toffee is a nice dark caramel note that holds up in this mix and comes though at the finish
vanilla cheesecake custard sits a bit on top and adds some vanilla top notes and needed creaminess to this mix
This is not as much a creative effort as a logical combination of two of ID10-T's excellent ideas--the macaron base from Mango Blossom Macaron, and the blueberry flavor from Viserion. It's amazing how well these two elements work together, and as a blueberry lover this is already hands-down my favorite macaron recipe.
FW Blueberry and TPA Blueberry Extra provide a sweet, bright blueberry flavor shamelessly lifted from another of id10-t's best recipes, Viserion (at his suggestion). The dash of Lemon Sicily makes the berries pop. Feel free to substitute INW Lemon Mix or another tart lemon flavor.
Quoting id10-t for the parts of his recipe that I'm re-using for this blueberry variant.
"FA Almond 2%, FA Meringue 2%, CAP Sugar Cookie 2% - Simple and to the point, this is a macaron, a sweet meringue drop cookie made with egg whites, icing sugar, and ground almond. They're often infused with flavors and color, and made into a light, delicate cookie sandwich with a cream filling that might or might not also be flavored and colored. FA Almond gives a clear, clean almond flavor and FA Meringue has both the airy baked egg white and powered sugar thing going on. CAP Sugar Cookie stays sweet, texturizes (makes whole almonds ground), and further bakes these goodies. When I think about what a macaron tastes like, these three concentrates together just seem insanely obvious. AP-laden bakery ingredients are just too heavy for such light and airy cookies. Try this simple 2/2/2 macaron base with your preferred macaron flavors, but take care not to do so with a heavy hand. These treats are delicate and the flavoring should be subtle yet ingratiating.
FLV Cream 1% - There's your cream filling. This stuff is my Frank's Red Hot lately. If you have to sub something, try 1.5 to 2% CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream, which will shorten the steep time, or TFA Whipped Cream 2%, which will stretch it to two weeks. Neither of those will be quite the same, but should still be tasty."
Version 1: used the blueberry trifecta, but the bilberry wasn't working for me.
Version 2: Less bilberry, more FW blueberry. I think it's going in the right direction, but it's not far enough, I think.
Version 3 (this): I decide to try the base with another very successful blueberry profile, the one used in Viserion. Even as a shake and vape, I can tell this is a bingo! I'm still testing some variations, because there's no such thing as TOO delicious, but this is now the addictively sweet, delicate blueberry jam delicacy I was hoping for.
Where I'm from, pies that don't have crème pâtissière in them have a crust that is called brisée or half cookie crust half butter flaky crust. It's my favorite kind and is perfect for fruits.
FA Cookie/CAP Sugar Cookie/CAP Golden Butter form the cookie buttery crust. In France we don't use graham crackers at all, so we don't have graham cracker crusts. This crust is a little less defined but you will definitely taste a smooth buttery cookie.
FLV Sweet Dough/TPA Brown Sugar is here to add a little gooey at the bottom of the pie where you add a little semolina and brown sugar to absorb the cooking juices of the baking fruits.
WF Sweet and Sour Rhubarb/WF Bumbleberry/FLV Cream are the fruit mix of this pie. The rhubarb is actually a little sour and bumbleberry does taste like a very dark but vibrant mix of berries. The cream is here to round it all up and add some body and sweetness.
Enjoy, be queer and vape on !
[Photo: Becky Luigart-Stayner; Styling: Lydia DeGaris-Pursell]