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Donut Monster
2-Apple Fritter
2-Maple Pecan
2-Rhubarb Fritter
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pumpkinhead

Thank goodness they weren't wasted, Faye. Kudos to you for eating them!! Keep cool and avoid Lytton for a few days. Mat needs to hunker down inside as well. Get those dog treats in the freezer!!

JM_Cookie

It's 35C (95F) here in Ontario, the butter tarts are getting soft...



Wow ...L ytton, B.C., broke the record Sunday afternoon for the hottest temperature ever recorded in Canada with a measurement of 46.6 C (115.8F), according to Environment Canada.

gemstone

Yes, we ate them all!!! πŸ™‚πŸ™‚πŸ™‚

It was 44+ºC in Lytton yesterday...frequently the hottest spot in Canada...and where we drive through going to my sister's. ☹️☹️☹️

pumpkinhead

NO!! That couldn't possibly happen!!! Safety precautions must be in place for such events, don't you think?

JM_Cookie

It was over 115F in BC !!!

Have all the Nanaimo Bars melted??

pumpkinhead

I agree, Faye!!! :))))

gemstone

I shouldn't have checked out the site!!! LOL πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰

pumpkinhead

Ernie's Meat Market is why you walk every morning. What a fabulous selection!!! Lucky you!

JM_Cookie

One of the best suppliers of Butter Tarts is Ernie's Meat Market.
https://erniesmeatmarket.com

And they are a good size too :-)

gemstone

Absolutely correct, Suzy! But you might have to check out a few dozen of the others just to be sure. The ones of my childhood were with black currents.

pumpkinhead

Raisins. Have to have raisins. That being said, research is of utmost importance. Could be many weeks of data collecting.
My hypothesis is RAISIN butter tarts are better. I look to you for the data. :))

JM_Cookie

I have a local baker that makes two kinds, one with raisins the other with out.
We can do research to decide witch one is best, after things open up.

pumpkinhead

DROOLING!!!

JM_Cookie

We still have fights over who makes the best butter tart in these parts ;-)

pumpkinhead

I did and I forgot I had it! It's probably in my dessert binder. Thanks for reminding me!

gemstone

I thought that you printed out the recipe that I gave you the link for last year...the one that called for almonds(?) in the crust but I noted that my mum only used chopped walnuts and coconut...that could remember πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰ ...but I DO remember finding the link... LOL

pumpkinhead

Actually, just found a recipe from the NY Times for making them. Am printing it out NOW!!!!

pumpkinhead

No. You are correct, Faye. Will have to return to Canada!! :))))))

gemstone

But you haven't tried Nanaimo Bar yet...πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰

pumpkinhead

My fave Canadian food memory--butter tarts. I recall one hot summer's day, a friend and I hopped on our bikes (the ONE speed bikes) in Harwood and took off for the bakery in Cobourg to buy butter tarts (we had a hankering for them). By the time we got the bakery box home, all tied up with string, the butter tarts were a bit of a melted mess. BUT, they tasted good!

JM_Cookie

LOL

pumpkinhead

Apple fritters. Yes,

JM_Cookie

They do not deliver, they have a curb-side window were you can pick up, you can not even go inside (for now).

Plumpossum

A dozen of each, please.

JM_Cookie

To was very tasty too ;-)

gemstone

That rhubarb fritter is unique! πŸ™‚πŸ™‚πŸ™‚

JM_Cookie

MMmmm yes..

racoonstar

Looks like a sugar overload!

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