Adele at Will Work for Biltong rocked the contest with her entry, Lucky Green Guinness Cupcakes. Lucky and Green being key for the contest, Guinness for St. Pat's, and boy, some of those March Madness upsets sure do call for a beer!
Adele, post your snail mail to the farmerfare AT gmail address so I can send you your book!
Others in the Final Four! (We only had four show up for the tournament! What, you guys too busy watching basketball to submit?)
Chaya at Sweet and Savory posted Chocolate Mousse Peanut Butter Pie. You just can't beat peanut butter and chocolate. She describes it as, "A creamy smooth dessert that soothes the soul." I would recommend this recipe for all you KU fans. Heh.
Anna at Baked by Anna brings us No-Bake Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake. It's a kid-friendly mock cheesecake, made with a lemon-scented whipped cream and cream cheese mousse-like filling and a homemade raspberry swirl.
Speedy 70 gave me a bit of a challenge for this. For those of you who speak Italian, here is her entry, BIGNE' DI SAN GIUSEPPE ALLA PANNA, from her blog A Tutta Cucina. To translate for us: San Giuseppe Beignet with Cream. "Ciao, un bacio dall'Italia!!!" is "Hello, a kiss from Italy." Hey, big hug back from America! Thanks for the long distance entry!
You can learn more about Sugar High Fridays and the next even at Jennifer's Domestic Goddess blog.