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Bon Appetit!! So exciting! Enjoy blogging and of course FOOD! Thanks for the props. I love you and Tony and all the food talk.
Congratulations Cheryl on your charming AND pretty new blog. It will be fun going on this adventure with you.
Thank you BNFF! It’s been a while in the making, but I think it will be really fun now!! I’m planning on posting weekly.
Loved our day, love the blog ….love you!
Yay! You are here!!! I LOVED our day too. I love sharing stuff like that with you. Thank you for the books. Can’t wait for our next adventure! XO
OMG Cheryl, this is awesome! You know, you’ve always been my cooking idol:) Brings back many sweet memories.
Thank you Lisa! It really is so much fun. XOXO
Hi! I just made a batch of oatmeal pomegranate cookies – I followed the instructions from the oatmeal container (I used 1 minute quick oats) – the odd thing is that the cookies turned a shade of green – they taste ok, not as flavorful as I had hoped, but still edible – I am just baffled as to why they turned green – I over cooked the first ones, when I saw the color thinking they needed more time, but that just made them dry – any tips or hints for when I try to make them again –
That’s very strange. I can’t imagine why they’d turn green!! Maybe just try another batch with mew pomegranate seeds?