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You'll love getting your own copy of Easy Dessert Recipes Newsletter (Ezine). It's my special gift to everyone who likes to eat delicious desserts and enjoys reading Grandma's old fashioned recipes.

I'll be updating and growing this site with more of Grandma's vintage recipes and practical cooking hints, plus items of interest and nostalgia. By receiving your free newsletter from time to time, you won't miss a single thing.

You'll be kept informed of all the new dessert recipes and features I add to my site, plus you'll receive special offers only for subscribers. For instance...

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Enjoy reading great recipes from the early 1900s written in Grandma's own handwriting. You'll have fun trying the recipes and getting to taste desserts that families enjoyed eating over a century ago! It's a wonderful experience.

Once your subscription is confirmed, you'll be given a special link so you can instantly download your PDF Ebook and its recipes.


Thank you so much for the little dessert recipe book! It is delightful! Seeing the recipes written in your Grandma's own handwriting makes it seem so friendly!

Kathy, U.S.A.

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Hi Don!

I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy getting your newsletter in my inbox! I LOVE recipes...and especially the old fashioned ones. They mean the most since they are made with the one ingredient that cannot be bought in the grocery aisles -- love!  Thank you so much for such a wonderful site!

Keep those delicious recipes coming!

Lori, Ohio, USA

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