Cranberry Orange Dutch Baby. Posted By nutmegnanny on December 1, 2014. This cranberry orange Dutch baby is the highlight of your holiday season eating. Full of tart fresh cranberries and zesty orange flavor. This means I make a lot of breakfast for dinner or breakfast for lunch. All you have to do is throw some ingredients into a blender (I used my Vitamix ) blend and let the mixture sit for about 30 minutes. Then throw it into a buttery cast iron skillet and bake. Sweet baby J it’s heaven. It’s the perfect mix of crispy to spongy (does that sound too weird?) textures and needed zero sweetener on top but I still opted to throw on a little powdered sugar. I jazzed it up in the flavor department by adding a little orange zest and fresh cranberries.
Orange Caramel is the first full-length Japanese album by After School sub-unit Orange Caramel. It was released on March 13, 2013 by Avex Trax. The album was preceded by the singles "Yasashii Akuma" and "Lipstick/Lamu no Love Song". Yasashii Akuma" (やさしい悪魔), also known as "My Sweet Devil", was the first single released in Japan by the group. The song is a remake of 1970's pop group Candies' song "Yasashii Akuma". The B-side is a Japanese version of their Korean debut single, "Magic Girl".
For the orange nutmeg glaze: While scones are still just slightly warm, prepare the glaze. In a small bowl, whisk together all glaze ingredients until smooth. Drizzle the orange nutmeg glaze over the scones using a spoon, as much as you desire. Allow icing to set completely, then serve. Note: Scones are best eaten on the day they are baked.
Over now Cold shoulder now Can’t remember to call sometimes But that don't really mean you ain't on my mind But every word that you say now is blasphemy All you are is a blast from the past to me I ain't mean it like that, you just bad for me Old regrets, just leave it in the. past for me Ended love, that shit had me beat down Ended up stuck in a beach town Now I’ve been missing you For so many years now.
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Backing Vocals, Piano – Bob NuppBass, Lead Vocals, Songwriter – Brian NuppDrums – Tim KufelGuitar – Rick Wright
Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Songwriter, Lead Vocals, Tambourine – Brian NuppBongos – Tim Kufel
The Swac Sweep
Bass, Lead Vocals, Songwriter – Brian NuppDrums – Tim KufelGuitar – Doug LeedKeyboards – Bob Nupp
Bass, Lead Vocals, Songwriter – Brian NuppDrums – Tim KufelGuitar – Steve GeisPiano, Backing Vocals, Arranged By – Bob Nupp
One Way Land
Bass, Lead Vocals, Songwriter – Brian NuppDrums – Tim KufelGuitar – Mike Safran
She's An Animal
Bass, Lead Vocals, Keyboards, Songwriter, Guitar – Brian NuppDrums – Tim KufelKeyboards – Bob Nupp
Bass, Lead Vocals, Songwriter – Brian NuppDrums – Tim KufelElectric Guitar – Brian Juchartz
The Dog Thief
Backing Vocals – Doug LeedBacking Vocals, Guitar – Ray CarmenBacking Vocals, Piano – Bob NuppBass, Lead Vocals, Songwriter – Brian NuppDrums – Tim KufelGuitar – Rick Wright
Bass, Lead Vocals, Songwriter – Brian NuppDrums – Tim KufelGuitar, Songwriter – Yuka Iwasaki
The Daily Balad
Bass, Lead Vocals, Songwriter – Brian NuppDrums – Tim KufelGuitar – Ray CarmenOrgan – Bob Nupp
Bass, Lead Vocals, Producer, Engineer
All songs written by Brian Nupp and published by Two Tongue Music 1993 except Kaleidoscope Shuffle by Iwasaki/Nupp published by Dead Dog Music 1993
Recorded from Spring 1992 to January 1, 1993 on 4-track at St. James Wood, Purdue, Dorr and Kensington Studios
Cover Drawing by Brian Juchartz
Typesetting by Robert P. Lichman
God Save Toledo!
Dedicated to The Dream Girl
Thanks to Bob Nupp for arrangements and time and Michael Gonzalez for 4-track and smiles
Interlude #1 Brian, Chris, Tuf and Wade Interlude #2 Brian and Tim