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March 24, 2010

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denise @ quickies on the dinner table

That is truly beautiful, the presentation, the photography, just breathtaking! It sounds utterly delicious and sinful too!

Milla

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Cooking with Kait

What a great combination of ingredients.

Rick

Never knew Thomas Jefferson was such a foodie! He may beat Famous Amos as my favorite historical figure.

Mely

I have my spoon ready to eat that picture. What a mouthwatering dessert and easy to make. Thanks for the recipe!

redkathy

History and dessert... what more could one ask for, fabulous!

Chris@TheSnackHound

If that was served to me, I think I would have to sit and admire it for a minute. Hopefully it wouldn't melt in the meantime. I would imagine the original recipe would be hit and miss if one didn't know how big a "bottle of cream" was back then.

Bibi

This looks absolutely sinful and delicious. I love everything in it. I printed out this recipe and I will be trying it this weekend....can't wait.

5 Star Foodie

Sounds fabulous with brandied peaches and praline crumbles, excellent dessert!

Joanne

Beautiful. I love the combination.

Juls @ Juls' Kitchen

It is simply amazing! Congratulations!

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