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by Sheri

Pear Apple Crumble -- Gluten Free

We got 20 pounds of local, organic apples and pears and I wanted to use some for making desserts for the family. Found a number of recipes I played around with until I came up with this. It's delicious and was a big hit with everyone.



2 large organic pears -- I had bosc, so I peeled them and cut into little chunks
2 large organic apples -- left the skin on and just sliced to match the size of the pears.
Organic lemon juice -- squeezed half of a lemon
2 Tablespoons Swerve, or erythritol or organic sugar


1 cup organic almond flour
1/4 cup organic gluten free oats
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 cup organic walnuts, chopped
1/4 cup Swerve or erythritol or organic sugar
4 Tablespoons organic butter, melted
Pinch Celtic sea salt


Preheat oven to 350 degrees F

I used a 8x8 casserole with a glass lid.

Put the chopped fruit in the casserole and squeeze lemon juice over the fruit and sprinkle sweetener on top -- mix it up with a spoon.

For the topping, mix all the dry ingredients, then pour the melted butter on them and mix until they're all mixed up and make a crumbly topping. Crumble the topping over the fruit as evenly as you can.

350° oven for 30 minutes until lightly browned on top Then I put the lid on and cooked for 20 minutes longer to make sure the fruit is nice and soft. 50 minute total cooking time. Cool and enjoy with some cream poured on top, or a bit of whipped cream or ice cream. Yum!

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by Anne Kane

Yeah, it's me again. Jeff. The cat. I've decided I like being the center of attention so from now on you're going to be hearing from me every month. I've been considering what I should call my new forum.

My first thought was The King's Corner. But I'm really more of an emperor (got a bit of Siamese going on in here, you know?) so that might be misleading.

Then, I considered calling it Jeff's Just Purr Fect. Purr Fect, get it. I'm a cat. And I purr? Yes? No? Think about it. My only concern is that it makes me sound like a nice little lap cat, which I definitely am not! I am a vicious defender of all that is mine. Plus, I don't do laps.



  • The minimum safe distance between a wood burning stove and flammable objects is three feet.

  • The cedar is the national tree of Lebanon.

  • China uses 45 billion chopsticks per year, using 25 million trees to make them.

  • Water lilies were a symbol of immortality in ancient times.

  • Bamboo can grow three to four feet in height in a day.

  • Dirty snow melts faster than white snow because it reflects less light.

  • A typical lighting bolt is only one inch wide and five miles long.

  • Between 1999 and 2009 more than fifteen hundred new species have been discovered in Australian waters.

Borrowed by Daheap from The World's Greatest Book of Useless Information


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