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August 12, 2008

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Hannah

Your being mean! That looks too good! Your making my mouth water!

Cheryl Sims

What a diet killer!!! LOL
Cheryl

Sarah

Those are super rich, but yours looks great! I had issues with the chocolate cracking when I tried to cut them as well. I ended up eating them by the spoonful instead. Just as tasty, just not as pretty! Good job!

christine

Those look out of this world! So going to have to play catch up on some of the older recipes!

Sihan

i reckon i'll be suffering from sugar high withdrawal symptoms after leaving this page. Those look sinfully delicious! and with reference to the special note at the end, you're soo sweet.

Erin

These look great! I'm glad you enjoyed them- I'm glad I chose them!

Rebecca

Did you type up "heap of blue balls" with a straight face? ;)

Di

I had similar issues when I made these. While I did use peanuts in mine, I did try carmelizing some cashews afterwards. They were really good, though I did it with whole cashews and probably should have broken them up a bit.

Liliana

These look mighty delicious! Trade you my ice cream for your squares!!

Liliana

Ok, instead of trading, let's share!

Cindy King

Those look absolutely delicious! Instead of sending them to work with John, send them to Texas!

Mari

I joined up just before these came on rotation and when I made them they went straight to my DBF work for his colleagues to eat. Waaaay tooooo rich and sticky (sickly) sweet for my tastes, but I did like the shortbread cookie crust.

Lori A.

These look delish! Snickers is my favorite candy bar.

Teanna

Ohhh those look unbelievably good!!!!

Dee

They do look delicious!!
A Great chocolate Fix...lol
We will have to try these...TFS

Dee

Jules

Those look really good. They were before my time, but I may have to try them.

Mary C. Anderson

Oh my another delicious chocolate recipe. :) I like your finishing touch of writing I love you on the plate.

Mary

Pamela

They look very rich and very gooey...right up my alley. I really want to try them, along with just about everything else in the book. And your grilled pizzas look YUM!

natalie

those look so yummy, i'm craving a glass of milk just looking at them!!!

brilynn

I loooooved these bars when I made them! Isn't Dorie wonderful?

Nancy

The bars look do pretty - good job with all the subsitutions. But I'll say, the sweetness jumps out of the screen! I baked a rewind also, the Quintuple Chocolate Brownies and they are divine...
Nancy
The Dogs Eat the Crumbs

Dolores

Your bars look great against a background of blueberry. :)

Candace

If you can't find dulce de leche, its super easy to make. Take the label off a can of sweetened condensed milk, and put it in your slow cooker. Cover it completely with water, and set it on low for 6 hours. Let It cool before you open it. Voila. I usually make two or three cans at once - you can store the unopened cans on the shelf pretty much indefinately. Oh, i also find that store brand sweetened condensed milk seems to work best with a more caramelly flavour. Not sure why....

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