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I've been reading your posts about doing this for a few days now, and I think I'm ready to try it this week. These two recipes sound awfully good.

OH my! My tummy's rumbling! Those pumpking chocolate chip muffins look especially heavenly!

Thank you for the recipes. These sound phenomenal.

I was just thinking that it is time I used up the frezen pumpkin puree left from fall, perhaps one last wintery vegetable soup before it warms up, and your stew idea is wonderful, I am always finding that crockpot stew doesn't thicken as well, pumpkin may just be the solution, much better than the gummy roux that I had been doing!

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