I had some St.Dalfour pumpkin butter a few months ago, and I loved it. From smearing it on crumpets to mixing it with Greek yogurt, I pretty much polished off the jar myself. I know they also make apple butter, and I'd like to buy one or both of these, but I'm having trouble finding it. Any tips on where I can find it? Or suggestions of another good source? I don't want to fuss with making it myself. I've tried the Trader Joe's kind, but it's a bit more syrupy and sweet than I'd prefer. I'm looking for not-too-sweet with a good thickness for spreading.
We have a bunch (10 oz. or so?) of Abuelita semi-sweet chocolate left over from the last time my brother made mole. Any suggestions on what I can do with it? I checked the website for recipes, but nothing looked very appealing. Can I use it in any recipe that calls for semi-sweet chocolate? It's just sitting there in the pantry, taunting me, begging to be used in something delicious!
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