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Old 11-18-2004, 09:24 AM   #61
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I just tried a new muffin recipe last night--pumkin with cranberries with a chocolate glaze. I'll bring those along, too.
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Old 11-18-2004, 09:32 AM   #62
 
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I just tried a new muffin recipe last night--pumkin with cranberries with a chocolate glaze. I'll bring those along, too.
you are on a pumpkin kick! :D They sound wonderful.
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Old 11-18-2004, 09:35 AM   #63
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Pumpkin muffins sound WICKED good. I so can't wait for my annual slice of pumpkin pie!

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Those muffins sound good to me PA! :D
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Old 11-18-2004, 10:09 AM   #65
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Yes the pumpkin kick continues! We're having some family over for dessert tomorrow night and I really wanted to make pumpkin creme brulee. But I'll be the only one who likes pumpkin, and I definately don't need to eat an entire batch of creme brulee alone! I'll try the one I found the recipe for a couple of weeks ago--chocolate cherry creme brulee.
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Yes the pumpkin kick continues! We're having some family over for dessert tomorrow night and I really wanted to make pumpkin creme brulee. But I'll be the only one who likes pumpkin, and I definately don't need to eat an entire batch of creme brulee alone! I'll try the one I found the recipe for a couple of weeks ago--chocolate cherry creme brulee.
**drooling** (again, again, and again) that pumpkin creme brulee sounds just... can't think of a word to use.
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Old 11-18-2004, 10:34 AM   #67
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hey middie.. you better bring your holiday brie! :D
otay pankie i will !!!!!
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Yes the pumpkin kick continues! We're having some family over for dessert tomorrow night and I really wanted to make pumpkin creme brulee. But I'll be the only one who likes pumpkin, and I definately don't need to eat an entire batch of creme brulee alone! I'll try the one I found the recipe for a couple of weeks ago--chocolate cherry creme brulee.
**drooling** (again, again, and again) that pumpkin creme brulee sounds just... can't think of a word to use.
Maybe devine, sinful, decadent, or heavenly Juliev? :D
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go biblical, use "rapturous!!"...
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Well, now I want to make it again! I won't eat the equivalent or 3 c of heavy cream and 8 egg yolks alone though. You all will have to come over for dessert!
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