SPO: What is your favorite dessert

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SPO: What is your favorite dessert
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Fri, 02-26-2010 - 12:55pm

I would have to say creme de mint cake.


What is your favorite dessert to make, eat, or both?


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Fri, 02-26-2010 - 2:21pm
I like to eat pie or cake with ice cream, but don't usually make either. Always have the ice cream on hand, though.




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Fri, 02-26-2010 - 2:35pm
Cheesecake!

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Fri, 02-26-2010 - 5:06pm

Chocolate Mousse cake


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Fri, 02-26-2010 - 9:01pm

I love to eat cheesecake or ice cream. But I love to make cupcakes or other cakes.

Anne


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Fri, 02-26-2010 - 9:03pm

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Sweetrose -


It's great to see you!!!

Anne


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Fri, 02-26-2010 - 9:44pm

Hi there...what is spo?


Great to see you, too. Just hopping and wandering here and there.

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Fri, 02-26-2010 - 10:21pm

I should bump up my SPO intro thread. Since we're closing in on 50,000 posts, I wanted to do some "shameless post increasing" to help us get there. Unfortunately, I typed SPO instead and it just looked better than changing to SPI later, so now you can call it "shameless post opportunity." ;)

It all comes down to random topics! :D




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Fri, 02-26-2010 - 10:41pm

Oh ok...was wondering.


I do read a lot but not sure if the books I read are suitable for here...romantic suspense, or Harry Potter types, etc.


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Fri, 02-26-2010 - 11:42pm

I read all sorts of books and sometimes find that Christian authors just aren't up to the skill level I expect, but I love that the reviews here will get me to check things out for myself. (The saying about assumptions comes to mind.)


Feel free to give us reviews for any of the books you read. And if you like romance with a little mystery, check out Katie MacAlister. She writes paranormal, steampunk, contemporary, historical - practically everything - and she always makes me laugh. They are adult romance, though, so count yourself forewarned. (She's written young adult as well, but I haven't gotten my hands on those.)





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Sat, 02-27-2010 - 12:09am

Ok..good to know. I can put this in my favorites and review my books here too.


Do not know if I read Katie MacAlister. Many thanks.


I am reading 2 books...one audio and the other a regular


paperback. When I finish , I will review them here. Thanks again.

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