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Turkey, mashed potatoes, turnip, asparagus, rolls, cranberry/orange sauce,gravy, bread stuffing, meat stuffing, oyster stuffing,butternut squash, icecream cake, chocklate covered strawberries, pecan pie, brownies, apple pie...

Arcadia, what is nut pudding??

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I would really love it if someone would bake me a yummy pumpkin pie.....which is my absolute favorite desert, and I can smother it in whipped cream......mmmmmm!!

I alredy miss Thanksgiving. :(
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Ryan-AE wrote:I would really love it if someone would bake me a yummy pumpkin pie.....which is my absolute favorite desert, and I can smother it in whipped cream......mmmmmm!!

I alredy miss Thanksgiving. :(
Aw... :hug:

Can't you get pumpkin pie? Maybe even in a grocery store or frozen pie section?

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Magus, what is frog-eyed salad?

Ariel:

Nut Pudding

This is a recipe that has been in my family a few generations. We always have it at Christmas and Thanksgiving. It is a rich, moist, flavorful cake-like dessert which has it's own sauce to spoon over when serving. It can be eaten as is or the way we prefer with whipped cream or topping.

Directions:

1 cup brown sugar
2 1/2 cups water
1 tablespoon butter

Boil for ten minutes, pour into greased 8x8" pan

1 tablespoon butter
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup milk
1 1/2 cup sifted flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 cup raisins
1 cup chopped nutmeats (pecans are good)

Mix together and drop into cooked syrup. Bake about 30 minutes in 350 degree F oven.
The cake should be set (pick inserted comes out clean), but the sauce should be of syrup consistency.

Can be served warm or cold, with or without whipped cream.

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I could but baked, homemade pumpkin pie is so much better than store bought, and although I am a wonderful cook myself, I can't bake a pie to save my life. :lol:
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you can. I am teaching my self to cook with a cook book and looking up stuff on the Internet. you just try, the first pies will not come out but eventually you will get good.

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That is true. Thanks for the confidence. Does anyone know of some really great recipes for pumpkin pie? :D
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hmm no I have this old book thou it has some really interesting recipes in it. cover is all messed up but it was on the shelf with the cook books in my grandmothers house before she mysteriously disappeared
Ne-ron-micon or „Kitab Al'Azif“ something like that the author is Abd Al'Azrad . well i am cooking some of the recipes so who wants to come over for thanksgiving?

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Frog Eyed salad is actually this weird kind of pasta salad using this tiny sphere-shaped noodles that look like little eye balls. But you have to admit that the name is awesome.

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I think I just gained 5 pounds just reading about all this food! :lol:

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Magus wrote:Frog Eyed salad is actually this weird kind of pasta salad using this tiny sphere-shaped noodles that look like little eye balls. But you have to admit that the name is awesome.
he lies, he lies! it is a evil salad using frogs eye's! HE is a sorcerer burn him.

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Excuse me, but we prefer the term Non-magically Impaired.

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