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Krazy Ki
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PostSubject: Christmas Baking   Christmas Baking EmptyThu Nov 13, 2008 9:45 pm

Do you do a lot of it?
I don't do any actually - I'll just buy stuff at the grocery store LOL...
Not much of a baker at all.
I can't stand to touch or use flour. Don't like the feel of it, the sound of it, anything! ICK!
I know, very very weird.
I must do a page on this weirdness!!!
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Denise
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PostSubject: Re: Christmas Baking   Christmas Baking EmptyTue Nov 18, 2008 12:43 am

Trust me...i will be baking this holiday season. Love it. Sorry you don't like flour. It does have a weird texture come to think about it. Hmmm...
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PostSubject: Re: Christmas Baking   Christmas Baking EmptyFri Nov 21, 2008 6:08 pm

I'm not usually much of a baker because I don't really eat bakery. But, holiday treats are a must. Here's my list for this year:

  • apricot tarts
    frosted/decorated sugar cookies
    peanut butter blossoms (the ones with kisses on top)


and things that don't require baking, per se
  • haystacks
    oreo truffles
    dipped pretzels
    cheeseballs


Yum!!! I'm getting so hungry now.
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Denise
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PostSubject: Re: Christmas Baking   Christmas Baking EmptyFri Nov 21, 2008 11:29 pm

Greta.B wrote:
I'm not usually much of a baker because I don't really eat bakery. But, holiday treats are a must. Here's my list for this year:

  • apricot tarts
    frosted/decorated sugar cookies
    peanut butter blossoms (the ones with kisses on top)


and things that don't require baking, per se
  • haystacks
    oreo truffles
    dipped pretzels
    cheeseballs


Yum!!! I'm getting so hungry now.

Oreo truffles. Are they whole oreos dipped in chocolate or do you break them up?

I make haystacks. NUM!
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