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Old 10-30-2012, 06:36 AM   #51
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Originally Posted by Soma View Post
So....how does it taste? Usually I find blackstrap molasses too bitter, especially with no other sugar added. Waiting to see how you like it.
I'm not a sweets person so I found it nice--quite gingery, but not bitter.

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ISO Dark, Moist Gingerbread recipe The DH's grandma made the most amazing gingerbread. It was dark, moist, in a 9x13 pan. She gave me the recipe, but I lost it. Because of the disfunctionality in that family, no one has the recipe--she took it to her grave? I hope not. I know there was molasses in it, ginger (obviously) and that is all I can remember. It was very moist and very dark. She lived in Nova Scotia. I only made it once. My bad. Does anyone have a gingerbread recipe that might be like this? Although I'm still mad as a wet hen at the DH because his dog killed my two hens, I'd love to surprise him with this on Thanksgiving (Alix-LP-Rock--do you have recipe for this???). 3 stars 1 reviews
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