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April 27, 2011

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That Monkey Bread looks so juicy and delicious! But why isn't it on Four Seasons Cafe? :(

marylin

Oh, this recipe looks very good! I will like to smell this perfume but surely not in France! I reiterated but pictures of your family is great
friendships marylin
ps: I'm still waiting for my sheets to begin your grids ....

Jacki

This looks so yummy!! I can smell the cinnamon all the way out here in Philly ;-)

Margaret

Yum! Looks so good! Love the pics of your Easter. Glad it was a good one!

michele

Happy Easter! Beautiful family! I cannot wait to try your recipe!

Wendy

Paulette, How is it that you look younger than your daughters? *sigh*

Mmmmm... monkey bread! My grandmother always used to make it when I was growing up. I'd love some now.

Cathryn

Ummmmmmmmmmmmmm. Absolutely yummy feelings reading your post. Thank you. :) Cathryn

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