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May 12, 2008



I really want to make that gnome!

Your recipe reminds me of one my mom makes at Christmas time - not bread pudding-y but yummy anyway:

It's totally the butterscotch pudding that makes it.

Suzanne V. (Yarnhog)

Happy Mother's Day! I wanna come to your house next year.


That recipe's going in my notebook to try soon. Looks yummy! Our knitting group made gnomes one year for a project. Can't remember why I didn't do it - school probably. But I've got the pattern and really do need to give it go. They are too cute.


Cute gnome.


Those gnomes are adorable; the grandchildren would love those. I'm sure I have yarn that would work for those, too. ;-)


Oh yeah! I love french toast, but only had it twice so far. I love the idea of making it in a pan all at once! I'll be trying out this one. Yummy!

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