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July 02, 2010

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Sassy Molassy

Mmm...I'll take a nice big plate for breakfast tomorrow please!

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We always eat it with tomato soup:)

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Anna-Marie Karlsen Mellinger

These were always a special breakfast treat my father would make on the weekends, and especially on Christmas and New Years' mornings. He made strawberry jam to roll up inside them. When I grew up, I added a sour cream sauce with brown sugar and Gran Marnier. Makes a perfect holiday morning!

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