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Old 10-10-2011, 10:56 PM   #1
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So I got Good Eats the Middle Years the other day and have been trying my hand at some of his recipees. Yumm. Made a lemon merange pie on Sat and made some Slacker Jacks the same as Cracker Jacks but without the trademark, again Yumm... Next will be some hand pies a few with meat and potatos in them and a few with a chocolate filling.

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I have the first two and will be getting the third soon. I have read both cover to cover, along with his other 4 books. There is some great info in them.

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I got the middle years becasue it had a few recipees I wanted right away. I was supprised to see that Costco had them for 20 bucks each...

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Even the new one?
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Yes it was hard not to buy all of them at once

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