Prickly Pear Cactus Jelly
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Cut up, place back in the pan and once again cover with
Prickly Pear Surprise
First, ya gotta git rid of them pesky needles. Break off the big'uns and burn off the rest. (I use a blowtorch for this. You might want to use the stove.) Take your pie dough and put it in a 9" pie
Red Clover & Sour Grass
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