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Well, it’s official, we’ve entered the Fall season. This means it’s time to prepare for that long-awaited trip to the local pumpkin patch (aside from the one in New Jersey, of course…that one is much better…), and to prepare for the change in weather.

You know what that also means, I’m sure, that it’s time for fall parties. And of course, that means my favorite food of the season, the classic American cornucopia of fall: the hot cheeto corn dog!

This is a classic American cornucopia in the shape of a hot cheeto corn dog. Hot cheeto, because it is topped with a hot, cheesy cuz (which I like), and corn dog, because it is fried to perfection, and dipped in hot sauce, and topped with a sweet pickle ring. Yum!

It’s easy to make, and tastes sooooo good!

And remember, with this recipe, we can talk about anything on the cuz…including…

My mom was a great cook. You could always find fresh-baked or homemade bread at the table, and there was never a better time to start talking. It was always a treat, and I was always welcomed with open arms.

We spent a lot of time eating pizza together. Whether it was home-cooked, or we went out to a local pizzeria, I was always treated well.

And while some of the recipes we made were the traditional family recipes (my mom’s favorite: spaghetti and meatballs), a lot of our meals were inspired by the flavors we tasted along the way.

Take the Corn DOGS: for example, I’ve mentioned my mom’s famous corn dog recipe (she makes it fresh at Thanksgiving), but when I was little, we made Corn Dogs at least once a month. To me, they’re not really a specialty of anyone, but they are a special time in the year. In my memory, mom would pick me up from school, with those cuz’s from a local hot dog stand, and we would go get pizza at some place called The Corner Store. This place was always crowded with families in the afternoon, and mom would always order cheese pizza, with hot dog-shaped bites.

We were always given our cheese pizza and hot dog-shaped bites in a little plastic baggie, just like we would get on pizza day. The bag was probably the best part, because it was fun to open it up and see what was inside. It made it even more special.

And I have fond memories of going out with my mom to The Corner Store after-hours, where we would order a few cheese-poppers and chips. It’s been a long time since I’ve had a cold pizza, but the flavor of those hot dogs remains in my taste buds. I will never forget those cheese-poppers.

Mom’s Favorite Hot Dog Recipe

Now, let’s go back to one of my mom’s most-loved desserts: Chocolate Cream Pie. This is a pie that she makes a lot, and she never changes a thing about it. The only difference is that she used to buy a pre-made pie crust at the grocery store instead of using the recipe I’ve included here.

I have adapted this pie from Mom’s recipe. She uses a store-bought crust and vanilla wafer cookies, but when you make it yourself, you’ll find out what’s best for your own tastes. I found this recipe on a chocolate cream pie recipe website. (Sorry, I can’t remember the website.)

What Are the Secrets to a Perfect Chocolate Cream Pie?

It’s not rocket science. A chocolate cream pie that gets made from scratch should taste exactly the same as one that’s made with a pre-made pie crust and canned whipped cream. The secret to a perfect chocolate cream pie is simply to buy your best-quality ingredients.

Ingredients that are important for a rich chocolate cream pie are heavy cream, sugar, marshmallow cream and chocolate. Those are the building blocks. (The only other ingredient is an egg, which helps the pie mixture set.)

There are two reasons that the pie batter should have a high sugar content. The first is to help with the melting of the chocolate. The second is because the high sugar content helps the pie mix stay together when it bakes in the oven.

You’ll see that the original recipe uses all the butter. I’d recommend you use half butter and half shortening to make a lighter pie. The recipe does call for a dash of vanilla extract, but you could easily leave it out. And if you want, you can use a lower-fat mix of marshmallow cream and heavy cream in its place.

If you want to bake a chocolate cream pie in a can, you can use any of the canned pie crust recipes. I’ve found these to be pretty good in the past. Some say you can even use frozen store-bought pie crusts instead of rolling your own, but I haven’t tried this.

How Do I Make Chocolate Cream Pie?

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. You’ll need to put the pie pans in the oven at least 20 minutes before you bake the pie so the pans can be preheated to the correct temperature.

When the pie pans are preheated, place a sheet of parchment paper or wax paper on the counter and grease the paper.

Place the sheet of parchment paper on the counter and grease the paper. Grease the sides of the pie pans to help prevent the custard from sticking to the sides. If the custard is too sticky and there is no grease, place the pie pan on top of the parchment paper and set the pie pan down on a baking sheet to bake.

Place the sheet of parchment paper on the counter and grease the paper. Grease the sides of the pie pans to help prevent the custard from sticking to the sides. If the custard is too sticky and there is no grease, place the pie pan on top of the parchment paper and set the pie pan down on a baking sheet to bake. In a medium-sized bowl, combine the marshmallow cream, shortening, brown sugar, and vanilla extract and beat with a hand-held mixer until smooth. If your marshmallow cream comes in a can or in a sealed jar, open it and place in a clean dry glass bowl. Add the vanilla extract and beat the cream with a hand-held mixer until smooth and fluffy. Add the milk and the half-and-half and beat until completely combined.

In a medium-sized bowl, combine the marshmallow cream, shortening, brown sugar, and vanilla extract and beat with a hand-held mixer until smooth. If your marshmallow cream comes in a can or in a sealed jar, open it and place in a clean dry glass bowl. Add the vanilla extract and beat the cream with a hand-held mixer until smooth and fluffy. Add the milk and the half-and-half and beat until completely combined. Add the egg yolk and cream cheese and beat until completely combined.

Add the egg yolk and cream cheese and beat until completely combined.

Add the flour, cinnamon, and ginger and beat until completely combined.

Put half of the


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