Fellowship's Easter yummies

Did you bake something special this Easter?
Two FOTM writers did! Take a look!

1. DCG’s Blueberry Pie – her first pie!

2. Sage’s Black Sheep Cupcakes – way too cute to eat!  😉


~Eowyn

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lowtechgrannie lowtechgrannie
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lowtechgrannie lowtechgrannie

Yum!

dan
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dan

yum AND way-cute….too late for pic’s of chicken lasagna…well,
it really wasn’t that pretty but it sure tasted great (and I’ve learned
not to question the chef’s entrees 🙂 )

hrmfc
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hrmfc

DCG and Sage, your treats look great. We had a lovely feast here but I didn’t take any pictures. I made a thirteen pound ham, sweet potatoes, scalloped potatoes, asparagus, broccoli, cole slaw and angel food cake with strawberries.
We were blessed with a beautiful morning at mass with a standing room only crowd. The sun was shining and we were surrounded by friends and family. The Resurrection of our Lord gives us the meaning, the hope and the love which are the foundation of our religion.

DCG
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Sounds like you and Dan had great feasts!
Those cupcakes are so cute!

DCG
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Well sage, it was appreciated….at least the effort. Not going to lie, it was quite “soupy”. It tasted good yet the texture, not so much. Figured I didn’t cook it hot and long enough until it was “bubbly” all around the edges, enough so for it to firm up (come to find this out after the fact). Oh well, I tried and will try again! It was fun to make though 🙂

DCG
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Thx sage. No 1 is good to know! I used flour, will use cornstarch next time. I also only baked for 45 mins. Will go longer next time! Live and learn 🙂

DCG
Admin

Or bake and learn 🙂

hujonwi
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hujonwi

Another good resource is at the Food Network. Look up Alton Brown and check out his recipies, they are great… If ya get a chance he is a riot to watch on TV.

DCG
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Thx h…I will check his tips out!

hujonwi
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hujonwi

Oh his shows are on the new Cooking Channel.

hrmfc
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hrmfc

I use tapioca in my pie filling as the thickening agent. It works well.