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Sourdough. Just love it!
Might be unbelievable, but I love it blended with sugar, lemon and cinnamon for dessert.
Great creative ideas and comments! After reading them all , it looks like I will follow grandma's wisdom, @Cookbook_Junkie. So, @jekey and @monsieur_Ghislain, I will not use the smurfs. I will prepare a sunset orange/red "sky" color for their "clouds dessert" project. And then I can make it with a few blueberries, raspberries, apricots, peaches - all in season, to have that kind of color. @ pgym, I also found that there's a natural blue coloring for sale (cabbage based but with no taste or smell). Still, wouldn't it be cool if blueberries could turn blue?
Oy. You're making me LOL. Smurfs is ideal and my kids would love it if they were like that crazy cay Azrael... Yuk for the blue bread!!! I will still look for some solution and will let you know what became blue. And, please, don't suggest me to boils some Blue Man... hahahah!
Wow, this all make sense. Thanks for the tips! My mother is wise...says she won't eat anything blue. But my kids want me to make something blue with white clouds on it as we are working on a clouds project! Again... go figure !!!!
Cinnamon, from pies or fruit preserves
Bread, straight from the oven
Quiche, oh the adorable quiche Lorraine...
Mulled wine.... wow!
My experiment was a warm yellow squash and green fig salad over a bed of mâche! Unpredictably delicious!!!! It's on www.cookplayexplore.com .
I am not sure if you received my post this morning : I tell how we filled tacos in a very alternative way in www.cookplayexplore.com.