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Thanksgiving Dessert I Made....

I made some Chocolate Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars for Thanksgiving this year... Here is how I did it....

Keep in mind, my camera is broken so these had to come from my crappy camera phone.. but oh well.. you can still see it... just not as sweet and clearly...

Two bars of cream cheese...


Sugar... Sugar... Sugar...


One can of pumpkin... which smells AMAZING!!!! ...


Three Eggs...


Three tablespoons of Confectioners Sugar...


Pinch of Pumpkin Pie Spice... (which runs 6.50 per small ass jar)


Pinch of Salt...

Get the chocolate chips out so you can melt them... and snack on a few... (hee hee)

Pour it in the baking dish so you can add the melted chocolate...

Before it hits the oven for baking...

The final product...

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and away we go....

we went up north this past weekend with our friends jeremy and angela... we decided to do some EXTREME LEAF PEEPING... it was a great time... lots of beauty up north i tell ya... i'd recommend the drive! where's waldo?
i took this picture from up on a mountain so it's not that clear.. the sun was directly across from us...

Helpful Kitchen Tips....

This is not my post but I loved it and thought it was such a helpful tip to those of us that love to cook!  The original link is here: http://www.thekitchn.com/freeze-herbs-in-olive-oil-173648  

Freeze & Preserve Fresh Herbs in Olive OilKITCHEN TIP Do you use your freezer to preserve herbs, vegetables, or fruit? The freezer can be a powerful, overlooked method of preserving. Pesto, strawberry puree, tomato soup — stash them away now for colder times! One of my favorite ingredients, a handful of fresh herbs from the garden, is one of the simplest things to preserve in the freezer, and I just learned a new, better way to freeze herbs: In oil!I noticed a post at The Gardener's Eden (read it here) recommending that you freeze some herbs in oil. Why? Preserving herbs in oil reduces some of the browning and freezer burn that herbs can get in the freezer. It's also a great way to have herbs ready immediately for winter stews, roasts, soups, and potato dishes. These dishes usually c…