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Old 20 Nov 2007, 02:39
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It's actually posted on my site under recipes - here (modified so anyone can use it). I put the link because there are more recipes in that thread.


Or at least that's the version my wife posted...
Nice! Thanx for the sharing - but what is this about 2 CANS of pumpkin? :P
I think I'll share the recipe on JPiC as well - it looks really good - I like the idea of streusel topping - Inventive.

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Old 20 Nov 2007, 03:16
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The exact reason why I said
(modified so anyone can use it)

No one is forced to use the real stuff - or if it isn't available, 2 cans should be the equivalent (I personally hate the canned stuff - nasty).
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Old 22 Nov 2007, 06:56
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Apple Pie.

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Old 29 Nov 2007, 16:49
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Apple Pie, Yum!

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Old 29 Nov 2007, 20:09
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There is no dessert thant can compete with Baklava
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Old 29 Nov 2007, 20:42
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There is no dessert thant can compete with Baklava
I like Baklava in small quantities. No one else in the family does though.
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Old 30 Nov 2007, 02:29
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Sweet Pancakes (like you Americans eat for breakfast) + Syrup
Banoffee, Apple or Pecan Pie
Any cheesecake
Any iced cake as long as there isn't too much marzipan (non-marzipan cakes are better )

I can't eat too many sweet things, I'm more of a savoury person but I do like the odd bar of cadbury's now and then

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Old 30 Nov 2007, 02:46
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Banoffee, Apple or Pecan Pie
hmmm - now this sounds very interesting - Care to share the recipe?

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Old 30 Nov 2007, 02:48
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1.) Go to local restaurant
2.) Order whatever
3.) Eat
4.) Run away and don't pay



I don't know how to cook them, never really bothered to learn but I suppose I could give it a try one day when I'm feeling dangerous

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Old 30 Nov 2007, 03:55
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ROFL - but isn't that mini-recipe you share called the dine and dash buffalo wings?!?!? Muuuuaahahahaaaaaaaaa!

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Old 30 Nov 2007, 10:12
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1.) Go to local restaurant
2.) Order whatever
3.) Eat
4.) Run away and don't pay



I don't know how to cook them, never really bothered to learn but I suppose I could give it a try one day when I'm feeling dangerous

Chris
You can modify these rules in Mexican restaurants. Just ask the waiter to bring you the hottest pepper they have, and eat it right in front of him.

If you can do it without crying you'll likely eat there for free from now on.
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