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Spring Has Sprung and Rhubarb is Here!

One of my favorite memories as a child was my Aunt Lois Lovas’s custard rhubarb pie.  She was a home economics teacher in Mayville, North Dakota.   374 more words

yes, you can have cookies

Naturally, the first thing I needed to do after discovering my gluten intolerance was to find some cookie recipes I could actually eat. More important than bread or crackers or breakfast cereal. 321 more words

Rude Eats

Classic Dutch Apple Pie

So I’ve got a thing for apple desserts. There’s just something about warm slightly tart and tender apples swimming in caramel sauce and melted ice cream that just gets me going. 484 more words

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CHOCOLATE CRINKLES

Pardon me if I have been away for quite a long. I feel so so stupid to be hypnotized by the word ‘die-ting’. I mean who does that?   274 more words

Food

Jiffy Mix Factory Tour -- Made in America

Last week we visited the Chelsea Milling company, home of the Jiffy Mix Plant in Chelsea Michigan.  With reservations, anyone can schedule a free tour of their factory. 308 more words

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Double Chocolate French Silk Pie - Week 50

French Silk Pie has always been one of my favorite desserts.  Mom would always make one for either Thanksgiving or Christmas and it was always (and still is) my go-to dessert.   852 more words

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