By Gina J.
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oh,thanks for crazy memories.My Honey is no longer here to have fun with but we always tried to out do each other.Please tell us more.
Hey--thanks for the poem--made me feel special before Valentine's day! Ok, the chocolate covered cherries...Don't soak them in rum unless you really like rum. Hubby ate all he could handle, then took them to work. Got most of a dirt moving crew drunk on them...very bad when running heavy equipment. Anyway, vodka would probably be better. After you soak the cherries overnight, just dry them on a towel until they are tacky enough for the chocolate to adhere. I wish I could remember where I got the recipe, but it's simple. Somebody else told me that you can also inject marshmallow cream into the cherries first--I think she mixed it with coconut milk to thin it. Anyway, just skewer the cherry with a...well, a skewer...and dip in the chocolate. I think I bought a heart shaped box and some mini muffin tin paper liners at the dollar store, and arranged my own box of chocolates. They looked good too, might I add. Wow, did they pack a punch! Highly recommended if you want to get lucky!
You made my day!
Your valentine was dandy.
But how'd you get
To stick on cherry candy?
I just loved the humour of your mail and your gifts.. you are a very creative, funny woman, and your husband is lucky to have you!
this is so sweet good for u....
thks for the idea
janet from the great white north
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