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Flavor marriage game.


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Mottmott, you're going to get us all confused! (let's all just go with the LAST ingredient/flavor listed).*

Pumpkin and cranberries.


*ETA-at least the feeble-minded like myself. :wink:

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(did it really take 5 pages to get to chocolate? sheesh!)

I thought about it with oranges...but decided to take a detour instead.


And I remember making a recipe once that was absolutely delicious that called for a whole bunch of stuff, including toffee bits and



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Whoa... one of my favourite things from childhood (and still to this day... who am I kidding?) is using sweetened condensed milk as a dip for freshly baked bread slathered in butter.

So, take your pick: freshly baked bread or butter. :smile:

Joie Alvaro Kent

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heheh Freshly baked butter???

My fav is fresh bread and butter with MARMITE

NOW you're talkin!

bread and butter and marmite......

with baked beans! hot baked beans, and the bread is toasted and the marmite is thicker than it seems sane, and the butter even thicker.

and thats when the savory nature of canned baked beans can strut their stuff.

Marlena the spieler


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