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Old 03-28-2008, 06:53 AM   #71
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I could always send them to my SIL at college, my BIL will be joining her next year. I'm sure they wouldnt mind!

Not that there's anything wrong with that.....
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Old 03-28-2008, 09:52 AM   #72
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have you ever taken chocolate cupcakes-scooped out the bottom w/a mellon-baller(save the 'plug' to put back in)pipe marshmellow creame filling in the hole then 'squiggle' a line on top-kids enjoy making and eating them-simular to an old-fashioned treat we used to eat as kids-2 cakes per pkg...I forget the name...? A bi-monthly cooking class for kids-then we share the results at a nearby nursing home...rewarding in many ways.
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oh yes I do find that! one thing you CAN do is turn it into a little business! as for me you can see i LOVE baking cupcakes and sweet treats but i oculdn't be eating them all of course! i dont at all infact hahah....so i look for orders where i can experiment & have fun!

also, you could give them to bless others. this pro baker lady i know only has a lovely thin husband who wont eat much - she loads her bakes on orphanages & homes!!

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