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this dessert used to be the hit of our "young married" sunday school class potlucks and it is still a delicious dessert today! this is a very versatile dessert as you can really use any flavor of pudding you like. i have used lemon, butterscotch, and bana
this is a from scratch recipe. it takes me 45 min to put it together, but i've been making it since i was 7. it may take you somewhat longer, but it is very worth it! especially with some vanilla ice cream on the side. my grandmother first got this recipe
ok...how about dinner in like...15 minutes. don't forget the bag of salad (ya just gotta eat green things!) now for my notes on this one -- i didn't have a microplane at the time so instead of the zest, i just squeezed juice from a fresh lemon. i did
this is a simple but warming soup which tastes so good you will never want tinned again! i learned it at school and have cooked it for years, including at sea for 15 hungry sailors who loved it! this soup is hard to get wrong. don't skimp on the flour
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