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On Jul 29, 5:21*am, PL wrote:
Just go a call from #1 daughter. She's having a dinner party on Sat night
(and didn't invite us!!), and one of her gf's is bringing her new bf who
is egg and nut allergic.

So consequently, I've been nutting (nyuk, nyuk!!) over some recipe sites
and found some quite interesting dessert recipes.... some of which I may
just try myself!!

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Peter Lucas
Brisbane
Australia

I didn't fight my way to the top of the food chain to be a vegetarian.



Many recipes have nuts as an optional ingredient, and in many recipes,
you can just leave the nuts out. Not if it's a ground-nut-based pie
crust or something like that where nuts are the main ingredient, but
nearly anything else. I make "pecan rolls" without pecans, and they
are always a big hit with friends and family - all that butter and
brown sugar, you know. ;-)

N.

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Default Egg and nut free desserts.

Nancy2 wrote in news:7707a2ed-a6f0-4a96-b2a3-
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On Jul 29, 5:21*am, PL wrote:
Just go a call from #1 daughter. She's having a dinner party on Sat

night
(and didn't invite us!!), and one of her gf's is bringing her new bf

who
is egg and nut allergic.

So consequently, I've been nutting (nyuk, nyuk!!) over some recipe

sites
and found some quite interesting dessert recipes.... some of which I

may
just try myself!!


Many recipes have nuts as an optional ingredient, and in many recipes,
you can just leave the nuts out. Not if it's a ground-nut-based pie
crust or something like that where nuts are the main ingredient, but
nearly anything else. I make "pecan rolls" without pecans, and they
are always a big hit with friends and family - all that butter and
brown sugar, you know. ;-)



Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, brown sugar and butter, Mmmmmmmmmmm :-)

But unfortunately, for the person in question, the 'pecanless roll' would
have eggs in it, wouldn't it?

When #1 first asked for my help, I must admit I had a few thoughts of
"This guy is a ****** who just wants to make a scene and feel 'special'".
I thought it was being rather 'specific' to say "I'm allergic to eggs and
nuts"..... but no, there's reams and reams of recipes out there because it
seems *many* people have the same specific allergy.

And then you have the gluten free people, and the vegans..........



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Peter Lucas
Brisbane
Australia

I didn't fight my way to the top of the food chain to be a vegetarian.
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Default Egg and nut free desserts.

On Jul 29, 2:45*pm, PL wrote:
Nancy2 wrote in news:7707a2ed-a6f0-4a96-b2a3-
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On Jul 29, 5:21*am, PL wrote:
Just go a call from #1 daughter. She's having a dinner party on Sat

night
(and didn't invite us!!), and one of her gf's is bringing her new bf

who
is egg and nut allergic.


So consequently, I've been nutting (nyuk, nyuk!!) over some recipe

sites
and found some quite interesting dessert recipes.... some of which I

may
just try myself!!


Many recipes have nuts as an optional ingredient, and in many recipes,
you can just leave the nuts out. *Not if it's a ground-nut-based pie
crust or something like that where nuts are the main ingredient, but
nearly anything else. *I make "pecan rolls" without pecans, and they
are always a big hit with friends and family - all that butter and
brown sugar, you know. ;-)


Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, brown sugar and butter, Mmmmmmmmmmm :-)

But unfortunately, for the person in question, the 'pecanless roll' would
have eggs in it, wouldn't it?

When #1 first asked for my help, I must admit I had a few thoughts of
"This guy is a ****** who just wants to make a scene and feel 'special'".
I thought it was being rather 'specific' to say "I'm allergic to eggs and
nuts"..... but no, there's reams and reams of recipes out there because it
seems *many* people have the same specific allergy.

And then you have the gluten free people, and the vegans..........

--
Peter Lucas
Brisbane
Australia

I didn't fight my way to the top of the food chain to be a vegetarian.- Hide quoted text -

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There are yeast breads without eggs. Or it could use an egg
substitute.

N.


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