Speaking of recipes from past issues.....
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I am going to make the Lemon Bars from issue 49 for Easter. I seem to remember the last time I made them that the filling didn't really set fully and I ended up with a (delicious) lemon mess! Did anyone else have a similar experience? Have you figured out how to make it less messy? Was it just me?
Meg
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#11
  Re: Speaking of recipes from past issues..... by mlucas1 (I am going to make t...)
hmmmm, will have to go look at this recipe - compare it to my favorite...but, I have not made the C@H one.
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  Re: Re: Speaking of recipes from past issues..... by cjs (hmmmm, will have to ...)
I made these--LOVE lemon--and followed the recipe. No problem here. I will review the recipe as well and see if I can determine why you made a "lemony mess"----

Back later!! That was a great recipe, BTW.
"Never eat more than you can lift" Miss Piggy
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  Re: Re: Speaking of recipes from past issues..... by cjs (hmmmm, will have to ...)
And what is your favorite recipe, Jean??? C'mon--share it--PRETTY PLEASE?????
"Never eat more than you can lift" Miss Piggy
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  Re: Re: Speaking of recipes from past issues..... by Roxanne 21 (And what is your fav...)
what the heck am I talking about...I'm not home, recipe's at home...we'll have to rely on those who have tried this one. But, it doesn't look off to me. But, I'm no baker!!
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  Re: Re: Speaking of recipes from past issues..... by cjs (what the heck am I t...)
NO excuse---CHEF!!!!
"Never eat more than you can lift" Miss Piggy
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  Re: Speaking of recipes from past issues..... by mlucas1 (I am going to make t...)
I jumped the gun a little on this one---I have not made these bars--I was going with the lemon bites---sorry.

I reviewed the recipe and the only thing I can think of is maybe a little addition of cornstarch or arrowroot to the filling mixture. I will have to try this one---don't know how I missed it, looks good!!
"Never eat more than you can lift" Miss Piggy
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  Re: Re: Speaking of recipes from past issues..... by cjs (what the heck am I t...)
If you had all your recipes on the computer [like I do] Jean dear, you'd never leave them at home. Bless your heart
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Billy
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  Re: Re: Speaking of recipes from past issues..... by bjcotton (If you had all your ...)


I be workin' on it, but keep in mind I've been cooking since I was 15...you do the math and the numbers. (Crap, I never thot of how many years worth of recipes that must be! )
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