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Old 04-05-2010, 10:27 AM   #21
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Thank you. I will likely wait til I have raspberries ripe and try it out with fresh and make a coulis as well. Thanks vagriller.
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Old 04-05-2010, 11:26 AM   #22
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Oh you guys are the best! Laurie, I love the caramel bit on the bottom, good idea.
Merstar, those are going in my files now too. Thanks!
You're very welcome, Alix!
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Oh you guys are the best! Laurie, I love the caramel bit on the bottom, good idea.
Merstar, those are going in my files now too. Thanks!
If you do try the caramel, Alix, just make sure it is creamy and after baking won't go too hard or it will be difficult to cut and eat (been there done that!). I use my caramel sauce recipe making a sugar syrup and letting it go until just amber, then adding heavy cream (keep pot off heat and away from you as you add it and stir well as it will sputter and separate). After it is combined I add a little knob of butter for shine. Works great on ice cream and other things too!
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