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    This is a recipe received from a request in a newspaper here in SoCal. It's from the Enterprise Fish Co. where this old fashioned dish has been a standard menu item for almost two decades.

    Recipe #399715

    1 Reviews |  By Amber W

    Chocolate fudgey delight. I found this recipe on the net at Glutenfreeinslc.blogspot.com and wanted to make sure I can find it again. I am making these for dessert tonight

    Recipe #366407

    3 Reviews |  By Amber W

    My mom tried a Bumble bar when in Idaho and recreated the recipe. This is her basic recipe which is great. I have tried dried fruit with the basic recipe for a wonderful taste. Note: Since I got this recipe I have not been able to find evaporated cane syrup. My mom's solution was to dissolve pure cane sugar and cook it down a little to make it thicker. I just use corn syrup.

    Recipe #216036

    2 Reviews |  By Amber W

    There are two kinds of pomegranates. The red kind that we grew up eating and our mothers cursed because of the staining quality, and that are most plentiful in stores. There is another variety that has a yellow/green skin and the seeds are pink rather than red. It takes both kinds to make this pie. I came up with this a couple of years ago when I was craving a fresh fruit pie and fresh berries in November are outrageously expensive. I had picked pomegranates at my cousins house and had found the yellow pomegranates growing on the side of the road in a very rural area. I experimented and took it to a church potluck social. It was the hit of the social, and it satisfied my craving for fresh fruit pie. It is requested everytime I get together with my family for Thanksgiving or Christmas.

    Recipe #106474


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