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February 15, 2013

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This sounds just wonderful, but as I am diabetic, I'll have to take everyone's word that it is.
Darnitall! LOL

God bless.

RB
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Hey Tipper: This cake looks 'low' on caloric count and 'high' on the good scale.

When are you all going to perform over in Blairsville, GA at the Old Court House? I want to get that DATE on my calendar. Maybe I will be able to determine Chitter from Chatter after another fantastic performance!

Best regards,
Eva Nell


Barry-it is half milk half cream. In the US you can buy it in a carton in the dairy isle of the grocery store-many people use it as cream in their coffee. Hopefully you have something similar up there : )


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Tipper; Is half and half ,Refering to milk and water. Barry.

Looks yummy, I'm thinking of all the fruits that would make a great variation too.

Tipper,
I never knew just what my mama went through to make one of these,
without the custard. You sure pay
attention to detail and the ivy
leaves give it special attention.
I bet the gal that runs this blog
is pretty dog-gone smart...Ken

My Mother was raised in Dillsboro and put vanilla custard on most all cobblers and apple stack cake. Wish that I had a plateful of stack cake now with custard!!

Oh, my! What a wonderful way to end the week. I can't wait to try this, that is after I secure some dried apples. Thanks for the recipe!

Looks and sounds delicious! Much fancier and different than the ones I've known all my life. I always enjoy your recipes. Every time I fix Granny's Cobbler my guests love it---they say it's the best they've ever eaten. I always tell them it's thanks to Granny's recipe, my friends now call it the "Blind Pig Cobbler". I'm still going to fix the Arsh potato cake in a sheet pan, just haven't gotten around to it yet.

That cake looks and sounds delicious! I am going to have to try to make one of these soon. Wish I had a piece to go with my coffee this morning. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Could enjoy some of it now to go with this cup of coffee. Sounds delicious and easy to make.Thanks for sharing.

That's got my mouth watering this morning! I'll have to look around and see if I can procure some dried apples!

Wow! That looks like one delicious cake, Tipper! Thanks for the detailed instructions. Don't know if I'd have the courage to try making it myself, but it's a good reason to dry a lot of apples this coming year!

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