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Love this dish anytime of the day. Maybe this year we should make two, since I will be there to eat it.


Thank you so much. We have been searching for a few years for this old family recipe made by my grandmother in Bedford, Indiana. My now 85 year old mother had misplaced the recipe card several Easters ago. I was determined to find something similar this year and behold-Your Blog-and what I hope to be "The Recipe". It looks exactly the same and the ingredients all familiar. I can't wait to bring it for Easter Brunch. God Bless you and your beautiful family and thank you for carrying on your family tradition. It has restored one of my mine.

Jan-Odon, Indiana

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