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It's delish! try it and you'll thank me later :)

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SED - Thanks, that sounds good too! I'm not sure of the cooked Vs fresh cranberry sauce. Guess I better try a cooked version this year to compare?

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:)

Thank you. It's very good, I like mine a bit on the less sweet side, so I use less sugar, you might want to increase the sugar by a 1/4c if you like your sauce sweet.

It's always a smashing success as turkey sauce on Thanksgiving.

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hmmm my parents would love that. Me I can't stand rhubarb.

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Sed...Have I told you lately just how awesome you are?

THANKS!

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12-ounce fresh cranberries 3 cups chopped fresh or frozen rhubarb 3/4 cup sugar 1/2 cup water 2tbs Grand Marnier 1/4tsp Kosher salt

Combine all ingredients in a saucepan and bring to a simmer over medium heat. Cook at a strong simmer, stirring occasionally and mashing the berries against the side of the pan as they swell and burst, until sauce thickens, about 1 hour. Serve warm or cold.

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I do a french toast casserole that you make up the night before ;) would give time for sex while it was cooking.

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Mr. VA's french toast - Much simpler, but still.....

3 eggs. 1 tbsp maple syrup. Mix well. While whisking, shake in about 6 dashes of cinnamon. It's important that you be whisking well - it might even be better if someone else is helping - if you're not mixing vigorously while shaking it in, the cinnamon clumps.

Before each piece of french toast, throw a small pat of butter in the pan on med-high. As soon as it's melted (but before it begins to brown), coat the bread with the egg mixture and get it in the pan.

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Sounds like a good recipe itsbeen, I'll try it.

Great tip tip Scincy, I think you need to show me exactly how it's done.

I'm definitely kicking up my breakfast potatoes with that recipe Va. I find my next day brunch is well appreciated and I hate to admit also, maybe more than the sex. Man I hope not.

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Holy fried potatoes, Batman! Those sound amazing with or without the sex. If it wasn't 11:00pm, I'd be down in the kitchen right now.

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