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Point Phillips, PA
Not a very good picture but this kitty weighed only 7 oz. when we found him.
Point Phillips, PA
Joined: Aug 22, 2008
Birthday: Jan 05
"Ok, I made the cake in a 9"X13" pan. We'll keep the 5 stars. Very good flavor. Wish there were more crumbs on top, but, that's because I love struesly tops : Followed the recipe exactly and used fresh bp and bs. I can't imagine using 10" pans because it didn't raise to the top in 1 pan.
One unimportant change I made, I grated a small amount ..."
Nov 10, 2010 on Food.com
"Only rating 3 stars till I actually try this. The reason is I notice the canned pumpkin is the filling. This duplicates the spices and some of the sugar already in the recipe. Could the recipe really be for plain canned pumpkin, not pie filling??"
Sep 7, 2010 on Food.com
"Very good. I made the recipe exactly as posted. I've been cooking long enough to know the there should be a correction in step two to read baking powder not soda. Big raves on these muffins which by the way were made from berries from my one lonely blueberry bush. For a while I used my photo, (glass plate & fork as my profile pic. on facebook, my..."
Jul 23, 2010 on Food.com
"Should be called 'Kitchen Cupboard Stone Soup' ! Had the burger & onion soup, that's where things went wrong. Darn! Couple of carrots short, oh well, stretch em out with a diced potato. No tomato sauce, OK, here,s a can of tomato soup. No soy sauce, but I did have some teriayki. No split peas had to choose between lentils or pearl barley, barley w..."
Sep 18, 2009 on Food.com