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Old 08-20-2006, 07:43 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by amber
It could be used either way really. For me it is a dessert. So why not make a side dish for you and a dessert for him
Amber, half the fun of being in love is being able to tell the other person they are wrong...and then kiss them.

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Old 08-22-2006, 10:30 AM   #12
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I loe apple sauce. Its so iconic in my household the words mingle and it is refered to as applsoss....pet names for food! lol

I have it in winter, hot, as breakfast, in summer cold the same, with porridge or yoghurt, or alone with cinnamon or nutmeg. Its also great with plain yoghurt. Or with dates added and a bit of orange flower water.....there are so many breakfast variables.....

Thats how I have it, breakfast or next to pork....I don't think I hae ever serve roast pork or pork chops without apple sauce, or at the very least a baked apple!

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