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May 22, 2009

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Elyse

These recipes all look delicious! Just checked them out and commented over at the Examiner. Donna, I don't know how you do it, but you always have the best recipes lined up for us :)

Pearl

thanks for sharing all those recipes!

Carrie of CKC

You know desserts are my bag! ;-) Thanks for the recipes Donna!

CookingSchoolConfidential.com

I tripped across your interview with Dawn Viola (great read!), popped over here for more, and smacked hunger first into your scrumptious strawberry tart.

This is turning out to be a delicious day.

Cheers!

ellen weidner

Donna,
I made your French Silk Pie and had a problem I'm hoping you can help me solve. Your directions call for white sugar,to me that means granulated sugar. My son was making the pie and could not get the sugar butter mix to lose it's grittiness so we tried it again same result. So, he suggested that we try powdered sugar which we did and it came out fine (we looked up the equivilent) I saved the 2 failures and have tried heating it up to smooth it out (I tried a small amount) Do you think something was wrong with my sugar? And secondly can you think of a way to use the chocolate sugar mixture?thanks,ellen

John

They're look beautiful and delicious. I want to try to make it but I'm sure that it is not as good as you did.
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