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make this.

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you can still eat it if you don't close your springform pan correctly 
and you dump it into your oven.
it just won't look as pretty.
but it tastes just as yummy.

Dana M. - Made this tonight and it’s half gone in just a few short hours! LOVE, LOVE IT!! As Allie would say ” Mom, put that one on the favorite list!”

Deanna - I just went blueberry picking and need a venue for all these blueberries. Thanks for your timely post.

angi - Hi Meg!
I can’t remember where I first found your blog but I’m HOOKED! Your photos are simply amazing and I can’t get enough!! Everything is just lovely…your house and family and outstanding photography.
Just wanted to say a little hello from a new reader fan in Ohio 🙂
Happy Summering to you!

dasa - yummmmmm yummmmmmmmm looks deilsous
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Lisa - Okay…I’ve been baking this exact recipe for years (though we just use a 9″ square pan) and got it from my mom, who’s been baking it for years. We lived outside of Chicago in the 70’s and early 80’s…do you know which paper it was published in? Love your blog…

Abby - Hey Meg,
I just found your blog and love it! I moved to Wichita from Illinois last summer. We lived in Springfield. My husband works at Koch and I work at WSU. We have two boys who are 10 and 7. I’m not from Kansas, I’m from Illinois originally and my husband is from KC. It feels great to read about someone else who has made the choice to move to Kansas. I feel like I already know you!

adrienneK - oh yummy!!!

Cate O'Malley - Must.buy.more.blueberries.

Laura Phelps - setting the butter out now…
of course, we never made that rainbow cake…but I think I just can’t bare to make a cake unless I am getting paid to do it! But this looks really good…I will have to make it…and eat it…I follow direction so well, don’t I?

Melissa - Okay I will.
By the way – is that cool whip????

Dawn - My mom used to make this all of the time when I was growing up! I think I need to introduce this family favorite to my family! Thanks for the reminder of a forgotten recipe! 🙂

Kathy - Yummy!Low fat of coarse?

jennifer - I know what I’m doing tomorrow! Thanks for the yummy idea.
On a totally unrelated note, you mentioned several months ago a photo site that you were having fun messing around with and then posting the “collaged” pictures here. What was the name of it again?
Thanks!!!

mom - I took this to the Klaassen’s & Kleiber’s this weekend. It was yummy!

alyssa - yum. blueberry buckle is a family favorite!

Lauren - This looks so yummy! I can’t wait to try the recipe. This weekend I was looking back at old posts and admiring your aprons that you made at Christmas (maybe in Dec 07). Did you ever post a tutorial or the pattern for that? Or could you tell us what pattern you use to make your aprons?

Kelly - Okay.
We actually have a favorite family recipe similar to this that I concocted by blending two other favorites. We call it muffin cake. Blueberry buckle sounds healthier.

Vera - It seems like baked blueberry treats recipes are everywhere today… it must be a sign! I think this weekend will involve several pints of blueberries and my oven!!

PaiselyJade - mmmm… similar to what I made yesterday! Looks lovely.

Heather D - I’ve been meaning to try making a buckle – and have a bunch of blueberries that need to be used.
Yum!!!

a thorn among roses - make it easy for me…just send it to me!

Sarah - yum..need to try that sometime. but in the meantime I was just coming to your recipe section because I couldn’t remember what all was to go in the chicken enchiladas…which is what we’re having for dinner tonight! so good!

Jocelyn Stott - Oh man…if it weren’t for the fact that I am on my “I need to fit into my wedding dress” diet, I would make this for sure. Looks delicious!

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