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That recipe sounds delicious...quite interesting...i wanna try it...i'm gonna get the ingredients www.myethnicworld.com and try it this weekend...thanks for sharing.

Sounds Michigan perfect ... love your site and focus on our beautiful state.

This looks great - I've been meaning to make it all week, just haven't made the time yet. Maybe tomorrow...

(and for what it's worth, strawberries were available at the farmer's market in abundance yesterday! seems like half the edibles on sale were strawberries)

I did it, I finally got around to making it. It's, um, a bit tart! But we liked it. (Maybe the tartness was enhanced because I added some defrosted gooseberries I had left, not many, about 1/4 cup.) Yet another Kitchen-Chick-inspired dessert success down on Jonskifarms. :^)

I am curious to find out what blog system you're utilizing? I'm experiencing some minor security issues with my latest website and I would like to find something more secure. Do you have any recommendations?

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