Starting something new!

Chose one for us to try and make!

  • Let's Pretend it's Apple Pie

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ami

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My boys and I are going to start making some of the Civil War Era recipes posted here at CivilWartalk!

But I need your help! I've chosen 3 recipes, I think we might be able to do on limited budget and time. Please vote for the recipe you want to see us try to decipher and create!

**they will be working on their cooking adventure and merit badge for scouts by doing this project!

Here are the 3 I've narrowed it down to:

Let's Pretend it's Apple Pie

Apple Fritters

Sliced Apple Pudding


Make your choice, we are shopping tonight!
 

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I would choose apple fritters since they are easy to prepare and kid friendly and easy to eat without any fuss. My cooking philosophy is the easier or simpler a recipe the better tasting the food. David.
 

Mrs. V

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I went with the pudding..although, I just finished making apple butter, another super easy thing to make..just time consuming! I now have 18 8 oz jars of it, and a big pot of apple sauce on the stove. I will be giving jars of apple butter as christmas gifts, and to some of my co-workers.
 

ami

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I went with the pudding..although, I just finished making apple butter, another super easy thing to make..just time consuming! I now have 18 8 oz jars of it, and a big pot of apple sauce on the stove. I will be giving jars of apple butter as christmas gifts, and to some of my co-workers.
I made peach butter this summer! It’s going to be teacher gifts this year :D
 

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SO many of these discussions could spawn another thread- Campfire Chat, Best Teacher Gifts. We have a lot of teachers here, and around a gazillion stories per career. I know one who still has a 1st grader's present, framed. Drew a her as a crayon angel. You'd sleep with that under your pillow, it's so dear.
 



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