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Old 12-30-2013, 08:53 PM   #8989
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I know we have some folks from Canada on the RVM roster, but dont recall how many. Well, I found something for RVMs North of the US border. Matter of fact, it would work well in my home state of MN.
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Looks good to me! The low this week is going to be -20F (-30C).
Where is the frozen smilie, lol?
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Old 12-30-2013, 08:57 PM   #8990
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Elizabeth - you need to get on the Anyone for Trading Recipes Thread under RV Gourmet. Sohapi (Colleen) is a great resource - she and Diwizi have met - Sue posts there - and Sylviacub as do I. Your delectable treats would be a great addition there too!
Oh yes. Please do..... Colleen and I met in Salt Lake City after sharing recipes.... And becoming friends.
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Old 12-30-2013, 09:00 PM   #8991
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Dunner, we have to talk! I love lemon cream pie! I make lemon curd and then fold it into whipped cream. I make an angel pie crust - it's like crunchy clouds - and pile the lemon filling into the crust. Chill, garnish with lemon zest and slices of candied lemons - pure heaven. And then there's the chocolate version, that has pecan pieces in the angel crust...garnished with chocolate curls and toasted pecans. I'm hungry!
Angel crust? Egg whites and saltine cracker crumbs?
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Old 12-30-2013, 09:13 PM   #8992
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Hi - Angel pie crust came from the German baking chocolate box when I was a little girl. Egg whites, sugar and vanilla. Toasted diced pecans if the pie is chocolate.
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Old 12-30-2013, 09:16 PM   #8993
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Dunner, we have to talk! I love lemon cream pie! I make lemon curd and then fold it into whipped cream. I make an angel pie crust - it's like crunchy clouds - and pile the lemon filling into the crust. Chill, garnish with lemon zest and slices of candied lemons - pure heaven. And then there's the chocolate version, that has pecan pieces in the angel crust...garnished with chocolate curls and toasted pecans. I'm hungry!
Nice going my cholesterol level just set and all time high. Sheesh!
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Old 12-30-2013, 09:40 PM   #8994
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I know we have some folks from Canada on the RVM roster, but dont recall how many. Well, I found something for RVMs North of the US border. Matter of fact, it would work well in my home state of MN.
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Lol... Need this in Arkansas today. Had snow...
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Old 12-30-2013, 10:35 PM   #8995
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Hey, you STMs.

I know we have some folks from Canada on the RVM roster, but dont recall how many. Well, I found something for RVMs North of the US border. Matter of fact, it would work well in my home state of MN.
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That would work good for those folks that can't twiddle their thumbs without looking at them!
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Toyduck, I'd like to meet your wife! I'm sure we would have fun swapping recipes.

Shhh, don't tell anyone - I own a bakery! Our best seller is peanut butter cupcakes with whipped chocolate ganache icing. Or chocolate chip cupcakes. Or choclate mocha cupcakes...oh, they're all good. And then there are pies...I love pie!
With all them cups asked I can't wait to meet you..

I won't tell any one.. the DW owns a restaurant. Which puts me in a quandary. I'm retired and want her to retire so we can travel more, but then I loose skill the goodies she makes in her kitchen..
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Still looks like desert to me...
No no. Desert is the bacon and eggs that come after the pie, cupcakes and cookies!
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No no. Desert is the bacon and eggs that come after the pie, cupcakes and cookies!
Duckman, You are my sortta guy. After all, ”Life is short, eat desert first." Everyone remembers this quote exactly, but no one remembers Jacques Torres, who several sources say coined the phrase. I wonder why?
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Duckman, You are my sortta guy. After all, ”Life is short, eat desert first." Everyone remembers this quote exactly, but no one remembers Jacques Torres, who several sources say coined the phrase. I wonder why?
Cholesterol clogging the memory.

I always liked the quote (and don't know where I hears it) Life is too short for savory deserts.
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Don, we are planning to go the motel route for our trip. You are correct it is not a good time to travel with 5er in tow.
I too love just about anything lemon, used to eat them with a bit of salt when much younger, doubt I could do that anymore. Lemon water is the best drink. Since I don't drink booze or sodas or beer or much of anything really besides coffee and water. It is part of my life change to try to be more conscious of what I consume. But I still eat bad stuff now and then. Just not as much as I used to.
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No no. Desert is the bacon and eggs that come after the pie, cupcakes and cookies!
I have got to get out to Vegas. Your DW is Mary (right) - she must be a great cook if you balance her cooking against retirement!
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Duckman, You are my sortta guy. After all, ”Life is short, eat desert first." Everyone remembers this quote exactly, but no one remembers Jacques Torres, who several sources say coined the phrase. I wonder why?
You mean Mr. Chocolate..! Go figure. Seems no one reads the important stuff any more.
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