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Old 01-12-2009, 07:30 PM   #1661
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Gulp! Yes.
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Old 01-12-2009, 07:57 PM   #1662
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Well, I think I will go into the phyllo pastry business LOL!! I made a whole pile of tourtiere triangles, spinach rolls and mushroom bundles for Christmas, then repeated it for DH's work and then again for a memorial service yesterday. Now we are going to a potluck tomorrow night and DH says he told them we would be bringing appetizers (because he thought I had loads left which I don't) so I am making more tonight!!!! Oh well, at least it is something I enjoy doing!!!!!

I think I will make some NYT bread to take as well.
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Old 01-13-2009, 09:57 AM   #1663
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whole wheat hamburger buns.....I have an overwhelming desire to make hamburgers, even though it will be in skillets on the stove, and the only fresh toppings I have are onions....will also bake off some sweet potato fries to go with
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Old 01-13-2009, 03:59 PM   #1664
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sticky buns using the new phillsbury crescent creations .will let u know how it turns out. recipe on phillsbury.com they are really good. not much work and quick.
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I will be trying my baguettes again today, minus the glass from the lightbulb I blew up when the last batch was in the oven.
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Can't do it again, I didn't replace the lightbulb yet JUST for this purpose!!!!
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Old 01-16-2009, 09:30 AM   #1666
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corn bread for sure, for tomorrows chili, and maybe some cookies
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Old 01-16-2009, 09:41 AM   #1667
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Me and DW have THREE funeral wakes to attend today, so I'm making Oatmeal-Raisin Cake Cookies to take to each of them. Been a tough winter for old timers that we know. All three today are over 90. Good long lives.
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So many goodies are on sale at the earby grocery stores but I forgot to buy anything when I picked up the sale items and bread and such that we needed.

So I baked - a yellow cake with Sprite - in a silicone Bundt pan.
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I noticed yesterday that I don't have any loaf bread in the house, so I'll fire up the bread machine when I get home from the shop. By later in the afternoon I'll have 2 loaves of bread. I'll measure everything and prep my loaf pans before I leave so I can get things moving efficiently. It's so cold today, it will be nice to fire up the oven.
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Me and DW have THREE funeral wakes to attend today, so I'm making Oatmeal-Raisin Cake Cookies to take to each of them. Been a tough winter for old timers that we know. All three today are over 90. Good long lives.
Oh Joe, that just sucks. I'm sorry that you've lost so many folks lately. Doesn't matter how old they are, its hard to say goodbye.
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