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Old 12-28-2012, 02:40 PM   #31
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Every time I see this recipe, my mouth waters. Sadly, SO dislikes cream sauces so it probably never see the light of day here.
Andy, you could make it for yourself for lunch one day...it's quick and easy to adjust for a smaller portion. If you use leftover grilled chicken like I did its even quicker and easier ;)
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Old 12-28-2012, 02:46 PM   #32
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Bummer. It would be pretty hard to get a cream sauce by someone

Taxy, not being wine drinker that works out very well for me. I didn't realize it was a JC tip, but it's sure a good one.
Yeah, I think it's a good tip too. Only problem, now the vermouth doesn't stay in the house very long 'cause I took a liking to dry vermouth.
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Old 12-29-2012, 07:51 PM   #33
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Ma, for you, anything! Best Gluten-Free Flatbread - The Fit Cookie. You could probably use sugar instead of stevia though you may need more. Stevia is a natural sweetener and is good for diabetics and people like me who can't have any type of sugar. I have a tortilla press but you can do this with a rolling pin as well. I cooked them on my Griddler and they were very quick. TB took some for his sandwiches and we enjoyed it warm with "butter" at lunch.

By the way, did you ever try the fudge? Did it work out as you hoped?
Cade and his other ma made the fudge and just love it. Thank you. Just printed out the flatbread recipe and thank you for that.
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Cade and his other ma made the fudge and just love it. Thank you. Just printed out the flatbread recipe and thank you for that.
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