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Sue and I are very excited to announce we have published a collection of some of our favorite recipes. You can order our cookbook(s) by going to these links:
For our larger cookbook which includes tons of different recipes from savory to sweet and funky to classic you can go here -- Jo and Sue: Descent Into Deliciousness.  
For our smaller cookbook which is full of single serving recipes, also from savory to sweet and funky to classic, go here -- Jo and Sue: Simple Recipes For One or two.
You can also preview the book by scrolling to the very bottom of our blog!!!


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  2. Your recipes look great! Found you on Pinterest and I will be following your blog:)

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  3. I can't find your sauce reciepe that goes with you r apple

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    1. I'm not sure which sauce you are talking about? Let me know which recipe you are looking for and I will help you out! :)

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  4. Sorry it's caramel cream cheese sause in the little jar with one apple wrapped with a ribbon thank you if you could let me know what a cute idea

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    1. Oh! Okay. The caramel we use is store bought! (I know, we cheated!) We used the Litehouse brand caramel apple dip but pretty much any caramel will do.......even the caramel ice cream topping would work - it would just be a little thinner! The rest of the recipe is in our blog titled "Apple with Caramel Cream Cheese Dip" - which you can find using the search bar on our blog. Hope that helps!

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    2. Sorry still can't find the cream cheese Carmel dip

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  5. I also just found you on Pinterest and can't wait to try more of your healthy meals!! I am trying the clean eating and it has been hard!

    Lisa

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! I agree....eating healthy isn't always easy!

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  6. Where do you purchase the 2 oz. carmel dip for the Apple with Caramel Cream Cheese Dip or could you purchase carmel ice cream topping in a jar or what other alternative could be used?

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    1. We bought it at our local Buy-Low grocery store. You can use a large jar of caramel sauce if you can't find the individual ones. You would need ~2 1/2 cups of caramel sauce to make the recipe as written.
      The caramel ice cream topping would work just fine - it would just be a little bit thinner.

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  7. I am originally from Montreal,Quebec and I am looking for a sugar pie receipe. Do you have one you can share?

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    1. I'm sorry - we don't. We have never made Sugar Pie before. I definitely like the sounds of that though. :)

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    2. My Quebec husband's favourite - 1 1/2 c. brown sugar; 1 cup butter; 2/3 cup heavy cream; 2 tsp. vanilla. Heat sugar, butter, cream until well blended and cook at low boil for 3 minutes. Remove from heat. Add vanilla and cool. Pour into unbaked 9" pie crust and bake @ 450 for 10 minutes. Reduce heat to 350 for another 20 minutes. Add pecans. if you wish. I couldn't say it's the healthiest, but a small sliver gives a LOT of yummy! Enjoy!

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    3. Oh my! That sounds delicious :) Definitely have to give that a try!

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  8. Hi Jo and Sue, Wow! I am loving exploring all of your recipes (somehow I found you through pininterest I think)I just bought myself a food processor today so I could make the banana icecream (froze bananas last night). It tasted great! I am sometimes a lazy cook so stuff like that is fantastic. I am having a cauliflower/rice inspired dinner tonight. I am loving all the brain explosions!! I'm Australian and some of us halloween but many of us don't (but the shops are pushing it!) I know it's a big holiday in the US and I loved all your cooking - man you guys are awesome. I have stopped eating breads and cereals etc. so a lot of your stuff is great - I can't wait to try other recipes. Just wanted to say you have a fabulous blog and you have a real talent for cooking.

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words :) Congrats on cutting back on the breads and cereals....that can be sooooo hard sometimes! Glad that some of our recipes are helpful for you. :)

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  9. I wanted to try your strawberry sigh layered dessert, however I don't know what icing sugar is. Maybe powdered sugar? Can't wait to try this out.

    Susan

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    1. You are correct :) Icing sugar is powdered sugar!! Hope you enjoy it!

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  10. Do you have any recipes using eggplant? I'm excited to try many of your recipes.

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    1. I'm sorry we don't have any eggplant recipes as of yet! We hope you enjoy our other recipes in the meantime! :)

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  11. Once again I don't understand why I can't "Pin" your posts.
    Can you suggest what could be wrong? I'd love to keep the recipe for the Rice Krispies from your latest post. Thanks.

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  12. I too found you on pinterest and am excited about all the Healthy Choice options you have! Can't wait to try them, thank you for sharing :)

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  13. Just thought I would post here for everyone - Okay. I JUST figured out how to add a PinIt Button to each blog post. Hallelujah!! It's only taken me a million years to figure that out. ANYWAYS.... now there is a Pin It Button on the bottom of the post you can click and that should work. :) Hope that is more helpful for everyone. (The only thing is I have to add it to each individual post so it will take me some time to go back and add it to ALL of our posts. If you have a specific post you want me to get to first please let me know!!)

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  14. I wanted to try the jalapeno popper dip in shot glasses you did for Kenzie's birthday but cant find the recipe...Thanks!

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    1. HI. Sorry about not ever posting the recipe for it :/ Here is the link that we were inspired by - http://www.bigredkitchen.com/2008/10/jalapeno-popper-dip/ . All we did was - after it was baked - scooped it into the shot glasses and then sprinkled the crushed crumbs on top. Hope that helps you!! :)

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  15. can we make a copy of this to use in the kitchen?

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    1. I'm not sure what you are asking to make a copy of?

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