Can you please clarify this expression in the sentence:
Use the berry of your choice, but whatever you do, don't leave this dessert out of your regular rotation.
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I think it means "regular eating pattern." Some people go so far as to have a particular 'menu' which they follow say every 4 weeks or so.
I agree. "don't leave this dessert out of your regular eating pattern"

Antonia, is it a cal-eating dessert? If it is I want the recipe!
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Cal? Do you mean with calories?
Yes, that's what I mean
This is Frozen Strawberry Dessert. It has 160 calories.

2 tablespoons of mayonnnaise
8 ounces (230 g) reduced-fat cream cheese, softened
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 package (10 ounces/285g)frozen unsweetened strawberries, partially thawed
1 cup low-fat frozen whipped topping, thawed (persuming you can buy one in your local store)

Gradually blend the mayo and the cream chesse and mix well. Add the lemon juice and strawberries, 1/4 cup at a time. Fold in the whipped topping. Evenly divide the mixture into 6 fluted molds and freeze for 2 hours, or until firm. Serve as a sweet dessert salad.

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I've never heard of mayonnaise in a pudding! Must be made especially for the Belgian market, 'cos I think you really like your mayo.Emotion: stick out tongue
That's why I've chosen this particular one. If memory serves me right, pieanne said he loves mayo (who doesn't? but in a pudding, get real?!!;))
uh ... Emotion: ick! ...no, thanks...

Could you re-imagine it?
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