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Old 03-31-2013, 12:02 AM   #31
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We had quite a spread at the wedding we went to today. Good buffet style meal followed by a cupcake table with cupcakes and cake balls.
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It all looks fabulous Taxy
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This looks great! No wonder you got full!
Thanks.

We always seem to stuff ourselves with that meal.

That was why, when I started getting the urge to make dessert, I made a light one. I make the lemon mousse with gelatin. You know what they say, "There's always room for Jello."
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Old 03-31-2013, 04:37 PM   #33
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We had quite a spread at the wedding we went to today. Good buffet style meal followed by a cupcake table with cupcakes and cake balls.
Sounds brilliant Chops, hope you had a great time
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Old 03-31-2013, 08:35 PM   #34
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Taxlady, your meal looks fabulous!

We had a big Easter meal at the in-laws, so tonight is just leftovers.
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Old 03-31-2013, 09:23 PM   #35
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Taxlady, your meal looks fabulous!

We had a big Easter meal at the in-laws, so tonight is just leftovers.
Thanks Steve. Aren't you part Danish?
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Old 03-31-2013, 11:18 PM   #36
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Oh my, that was good. We both ate too much, so dessert has too wait.

I made blue cheese dressing, inspired by kadesma, to go with the salad. Unfortunately, while mashing garlic and anchovies, the pestle broke.


wow, irresistible plate, taxy! i am ready to crawl to canada for this one.

oh, and with me around, you'll need to watch your silver, too....
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wow, irresistible plate, taxy! i am ready to crawl to canada for this one.

oh, and with me around, you'll need to watch your silver, too....

Thanks, when are you coming? Please make it after 30 April, the end of tax season. I've got a spare bedroom.
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Thanks Steve. Aren't you part Danish?
Sure am. My maternal grandfather was Danish, but unfortunately we didn't get any culinary influences from that side of the family. Gramp's wife was German and she ruled the kitchen! I always look forward to hearing about your Scandinavian dishes.
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