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Old 04-19-2006, 11:53 PM   #21
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Ok, twist my arm already! We will have it! If I can find the time, this week-end.
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I'm twisting Brian, I'm twisting

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Ooohh! Ooohh! Ooohh! Ok that hurts too much, I give in...

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Ooohh! Ooohh! Ooohh! Ok that hurts too much, I give in...

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My sister lives on a farm and, every year I fill my trunk with acorn, butternut, hubbard and spaghetti squash and pumpkin. I will have to add this to my winter squash-fest. Thank You
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You know kadesma what I think I'm going to do with the dumplings, since they naturally have so much liquid in them, I'm going to add some guar gum. It would only take about .5 to 1 ml of guar gum to suck up that extra moisture??? I'll try it out and let you know. I still seem to be on scedule for this week-end. I have to get my spumoni going first. That will take a few days as I have to make three ice creams and I only have a 1 liter freezable bucket type of ice cream maker.

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Old 04-20-2006, 02:33 PM   #25
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My sister lives on a farm and, every year I fill my trunk with acorn, butternut, hubbard and spaghetti squash and pumpkin. I will have to add this to my winter squash-fest. Thank You
Sounds like a very productive way to take advantage of a windfall.
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You know kadesma what I think I'm going to do with the dumplings, since they naturally have so much liquid in them, I'm going to add some guar gum. It would only take about .5 to 1 ml of guar gum to suck up that extra moisture??? I'll try it out and let you know. I still seem to be on scedule for this week-end. I have to get my spumoni going first. That will take a few days as I have to make three ice creams and I only have a 1 liter freezable bucket type of ice cream maker.

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let me know how your spumoni turns out. My DH adores spumoni and we can get it but i'ts not filled with nuts and candied fruit nor does it have that lovely taste of rum..I'd love to surprise him with some homemade.
and yes let me know about the guar gum, I don't mind the moistness, it's just a little harder to work with.

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Im wondering if a a small portion scoop the ones with the springs might work in making these dumplings?
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let me know how your spumoni turns out. My DH adores spumoni and we can get it but i'ts not filled with nuts and candied fruit nor does it have that lovely taste of rum..I'd love to surprise him with some homemade.
I'm posting my exploites on spumoni this address @ Spumoni

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and yes let me know about the guar gum, I don't mind the moistness, it's just a little harder to work with.

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Well, ok, I'll give it some thought if I want to put up with the moisture or if I just want to through in some guar gum. I can wait till the last minute to deside. Thanks
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Im wondering if a a small portion scoop the ones with the springs might work in making these dumplings?

I only have a large scoop, so I'll have to do it by hand.
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let me know how your spumoni turns out. My DH adores spumoni and we can get it but i'ts not filled with nuts and candied fruit nor does it have that lovely taste of rum..I'd love to surprise him with some homemade.
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Here is where you will find the continuing saga of the "Spimoni Recipe" by Bri

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