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12/12/2013

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Dianne Guthrie Proctor

Thank you for posting this Stephanie and thanks to the DeMonbrun for sharing this recipe. My mother made this every Christmas and she got this recipe from her mother who was Pennsylvania Dutch and her maiden name was Strong. She ended up marrying 2 Carwile brothers and had 3 children by one of the brothers and he was electrocuted while working for GE and then she moved to Virginia and married the 2nd brother and had another 7 children. I'm so glad to have the recipe again and will be making it again this Christmas.

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