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Friday, November 28th, 2008

Final results. I also took some Gluten-Free Gingersnaps and crushed those and added a thin layer in the middle for texture and crunch and decorated the top with more ginger crumbles, some crumbled cake, and a Jackson Pollock drizzle of cranberry-apple butter for color, flavor and interest. Hopefully Sheila will like her trifle as much as the one she remembers from years ago and will enjoy sharing with her friends.

dannie   Friday, November 28, 2008
Hopefully it tastes good too. Sheila surprised me with a check--I'd told her I would do it for her as a gift. So, I donated $10 of it for some toys for military kids and I'll find another good cause to donate $10. That $20 will be worth more that way than me keeping it. Got my tabs for my car. Good for another 2 years but I'm not sure if someone let out the secret that Black Friday is a good day to go for an omissions test or not--usually I'm the only one there! Either that or it's indicative of the economy that a lot of folks are just out doing errands instead of blitz shopping. :)
LGrant   Friday, November 28, 2008
Sounds interesting. I've never had a trifle, but I'd be happy to try one.
girlcarew   Saturday, November 29, 2008
You can easily create one, Girl. Maybe try the chocolate one I'll be making for Christmas Eve if you are a chocolate fan. I've made a lot of trifle fans at work who never had had one before either. Bill probably wouldn't like most of mine--they have fruit and cake in them. :)
LGrant   Saturday, November 29, 2008
I just fell off my chair when I saw that.
JimTheLimey   Tuesday, June 9, 2009
Jim, you should try one with berries in the summer!!
LGrant   Tuesday, June 9, 2009
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