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There is an entire thread on egullet devoted to this cookbook. Lots of great pics. Are you familar with Egullet?
Yum! 🙂 Thanks for the recipe!
These do look decadent. I’ve found that when foil is required to lift brownies out of the pan, you usually have a winning recipe!
Love the blue plate!
Wow. That looks so good. Come to think of it, I’ve never had a blondie, but really want to try yours- looks so chewy and chocolatey and peanut-buttery…drooool
mmmm, these look so good – & picture perfect on your blue plate. how fun to be part of this project. btw – i think it’s neat how you’re always keeping your mom in mind. 😮
Mmmmm, you are sure picking some good recipes!
Oooh! Looks so rich! They look like they came out perfectly! I love the blue plate and mug too!
I’ve never had a blondie before but this looks delicious. Your fire king mug is my favorite!
Being from the Midwest, blondies always showed up at potlucks. Thanks for posting this because we’ll be having lots of potlucks around the holidays and this recipe would be perfect. Can’t wait to try it.
Randi, Thanks for the heads up on Egullet. I had never been there before. I’m hooked. I saw the post you mentioned. I’m happy I have another food-related site to visit 😀
What pretty blues 🙂
Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm – sweet treat to eat!!
Love the blue hue of the dishware. SO NICE!
hey nice pics of food, they look really really good, just wanted to ask, what do u recommend to use for apples, in the apple crumble piie thing? message back thanks email me if u want too, question was, what kind of apples should i use?
Hi Maple, my favorite apples for cooking are Snow, Northern Spy, and Jonathan. Any apple good for cooking will work though. You can do a Google search to see what other apples are good cooking apples. I tend to stick to those three types of apples though.
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