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Old 08-17-2004, 04:10 AM   #11
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oooh a million years ago when I was in grade-school and in 4H, I made a carrot cake to take to the State Fair. It called for a couple big jars of baby-food carrots. I wouldn't be surprised if my Mom doesn't still have that recipe in her collection, I'll check next time I'm over there. It'd be super simple to cook the carrots until they're soft and smush 'em up, baby-food style.


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