Tonight's dessert

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  1. Trlsmn

    Trlsmn
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    Tonight's dessert

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  2. Gunner3456

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    Is that pey-can' paah?
     
  3. jmh119

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    :)Why, I do believe that is bread pudding! I would make it myself, but I am the only one in the house that likes it! Can I have some Trlsmn?
     
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    I do believe you're right. Maybe with care'-mul sass.
     
  5. Trlsmn

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    Yes it was, it's gone now and this is in it's place

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    Leftover Cranberry pie

    1 Graham cracker pie shell
    leftover Christmas cranberry sauce
    leftover Christmas whipping cream
    1 package Cream cheese
    3/4 cup powdered sugar

    Beat the whipping cream and 1/4 cup powdered sugar until it peaks. Separately mix cranberry sauce Cream cheese
    1/2 cup powdered sugar, blend well, mix whipping cream into the cranberry mix and pour into pie shell, refrigerate (freezer) for 4 hours.

    Eat!
     
  6. jmh119

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    That too looks really good! I'm gonna gain back the 16 pounds I lost since July just looking at all your food pics! :)
     
  7. SlickJoeSD

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    whats the recipe for the bread pudding?
     
  8. Gunner3456

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    Bread pudding was a colonial food and also an old west food. It came from old Europe. If you had a milk cow and chickens and some stale bread, you were golden. Wild honey would substitute for the sugar. If you had sugar, you could make caramel for a topping.

    Good stuff. They serve it in the restaurant in Colonial Williamsburg.
     
  9. Trlsmn

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    Go ahead and make it. You'll eat it all. :)
     
  11. deadeye

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    :bawling:Wheres ours.......
     
  12. Trlsmn

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    Right there on the screen! :p
     

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