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April 12, 2009


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It looks great! I really want to try it. I haven't done any baking before and was wondering what kind of yeast do you use? I went to the store and got confused with all the different kinds they had. Thanks.

That looks awesome - will have to make!

Omigod that looks so moist and delicious, I want to lick the screen!

Hum, ce que j'aime ces gâteaux ! Ils sont légers, aériens et si sucrés !!!
Kisses from France

Delicious! Happy Easter!

Paz (looking forward to seeing your Easter-colored eggs next year)

My mouth is watering looking at your sweets. Yum

I don't have a real sweet tooth, so this would be perfect for me. And you're right: it's always a good sign when your husband is waiting impatiently for permission to eat what you've made!

It looks very yummy Rebecca,
i'd love to have a slice of it tomorrow morning for breakfast!


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