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Hi Tagaluto, I just posted your link on my blog today!At The Artful Hawaiigirl :)- Marilyn ♥
soooo thats what the apple butter was for! Beautiful presentation, omg now i wish i hadnt eaten it all as applesauce!
These look awesome - Great job on this challenge!
Excellent work as always. Really loved the construction of your presentation. I think next time I make my dessert I will fry the wonton sheets like you did.
I love how you did layers of deep fried wonton wrappers how clever I think you have a good chance to win. Cheers from Audax in Australia
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Hi, Marilyn!!! Thank you so much for putting a link to my blog! I'm so honored!!!!Mabuhay/Aloha!!! Pia
You're hilarious, Ms. Red!!! I call your apple sauce and my apple butter incident as "the lost in translation" lol!!! I both made the apple butter and this wanton dessert at the same time. The addition of the applebutter was an after the fact. I originally thought of putting my sisters orange marmalade.
Hi, Lauren! Thank you!!! and thanks for visiting my blog as well=;)
Hi, Robert! Your interpretion for the wanton dessert is great too! I told you..i'm so trying your PB,Banana and Bacon wantons soon!
Hi, Audax! Oh speaking of chances you have a bigger chance..i like all your wanton versions, you took good shots of them all as well!
I want to thank you for your very nice comments you left on my blog they were so kind I'm *blusing*. Cheers from Audax
I saw your wonton a few weeks ago at the DK forum, and wow, apple butter and ice cream in a stacked wonton, is brilliant! Let me kill two birds with one comment - your Pho turned out awesome, and I'm stealing your wonton idea! lol
Hi, Lisa. Thanks so much. It was surprisingly delicious. And go ahead steal away=;)