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jayney-O
Friday, December 8, 2006, 11:07pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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here I go again, eating something sweet.....
last night I needed something sweet so I put a spoonful of ghee in a pan with cut up pear, banana, and a half cup of frozen blueberries, plus 2 or 3 Tbs. of pomagranite juice, some allspice, and 1 or 2 tbs of honey....(pinch of salt) cooked it for ...? 5 or 10 min. YUM! (only bad part, I ate it too soon, couldve tasted it better if it had cooled down)
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sounds delicious!
I bet next time you could add some cocoa powder to that! )
if you like chocolate, that is......


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This sounds interesting; the recipe concoction could be used as a fruit sauce over fruit, bread/cake, compliant all-fruit sorbet.

It also sounds as though it could be used warm or cold.

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I did something similar for Thanksgiving.  I melted some ghee, cut up some pears and apples and sweetened with turbinado sugar and then added some dried cherries.  I like the idea of adding the pomegranite juice and allspice.   I'll have to try that.
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This is similiar to my Thanksgiving "compote".
I peel and cut up apples and cook them down until quite thick.  For the last 20 minutes, I add raisins, prunes and/or dried apricots.  The dried fruits are my sweetener.



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jayney-O
Tuesday, December 12, 2006, 7:29pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Mmmmmmm. good idea to serve with meat, or...anything.
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I like cooked fruit with meat.  That's exactly how I always use it!  



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