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    Default Desert Anyone?

    In my absence from SRP, I started to dabble in home made deserts. I usually bake/cook simple and then combine some "stuff." Unfortunately I have to pay for this habit with hours on a bicycle. Anyone else do this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mvcrash View Post
    In my absence from SRP, I started to dabble in home made deserts. I usually bake/cook simple and then combine so "stuff." Unfortunately I have to pay for this habit with hours on a bicycle. It is wow it. Anyone else do this?

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    I have never been very good at making deserts, I do however excel at eating them
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    Quote Originally Posted by gssixgun View Post
    I have never been very good at making deserts, I do however excel at eating them
    The solution is to confound my appetite for sweets by shaving, often using TGQ Dessert Ironwood.
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    Yep, me too.

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    I made a pecan pie yesterday. It took a while to shell enough pecans to make a pie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leatherstockiings View Post
    I made a pecan pie yesterday. It took a while to shell enough pecans to make a pie.
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    I have to say that I LOVE a good pecan pie. Looks great.

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