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April 30, 2005

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» Carnival of Recipes 38 from Technogypsy
Well, for me and a few others in the blogsphere, last Sunday was Pascha (Easter). That means the fasting is done and we can eat all the good stuff again. So lets look at this week's recipes and see where they fit in the Russian custom of an Easter B... [Read More]

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Simple, but elegant. I like the sound of it.

I did do something similar once with some Granny Smiths and about a third of a bag of last year's frozen cranberries I found hiding in the back of the freezer.

It gave new meaning to the word T-A-R-T

Sounds like a real waker upper. :) But I'm thinking, had you added some cooked, scrambled sausage, bread crumbs and perhaps a little chopped garlic and stuffed it inside a turkey . . . ?

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