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Mmmm!! I'm so jealous, I wish I could have tried them :( Miss you guys!

My goodness that looks good!!! I didn't know it was that easy either! Have a grand weekend and thank you!

How funny...I have been saying that it's funny how much how I loved the movie and book (I think it is still in my closet) of "Fried Green Tomatoes" buy yet I have never had them either! I might have to try now!

They look delicious! Thanks for the reminder...my husband loves fried green tomatoes. I'll surprise him with some for dinner :-)

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