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    Hi! Long time no see!

    GinnyP
    Sat Apr 23, 2005 1:57 pm
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    How is everyone doing?

    Michael (my dh) made a fabulous "Dutch Baby" this morning. I have never had one, so I had nothing to compare it to, but it was crepe-like kind of, hard to describe, but YUM! I am going to submit the recipe.

    I just cut my fingernails way back so I could type more efficiently...otherwise it would take "who-knows-how-long" to enter a recipe, or even type this post.

    It's a beautiful Seattle Saturday. I may even get out for a walk! icon_cool.gif
    GinnyP
    Tue Apr 26, 2005 6:36 pm
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    He made them a second time and they turned out even better than the first time (though they were fabulous the first time).

    I haven't gotten around to submitting the recipe yet, but I will. One thing I think is key in his tremendously successful breakfast recipes is the flour blend he uses. I can recommend it (to purchase), but I don't know how to duplicate it.

    I would be happy to send a bag of flour to anyone who would like to try it before buying. Or you can find it at Kinnikinnick.com, their All-Purpose Celiac Flour.

    Other recipes that I have in line to share use Gluten-Free Pantry's Country French Bread Mix as their all-purpose flour.

    My husband has been going gangbuster's in the kitchen, though, and everything tastes sooooooo good! He's enjoying it, too. I wonder if I'll get my kitchen back. icon_lol.gif
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