Loc: Pacific NW, USA
Tonight we made Lori's recipe she posted at MC for the Swedish nuts. I did not know what kind exactly to use so I purchased filberts, pecans, almonds, walnuts and peanuts. These really are great. It is pig out week at work this week in our department. I have to take lots of food tomorrow because I have the rest of the week off. Besides the Swedish Nuts, I am taking Ghirardelli White Chocolate Chips melted into Peppermint Bark with crushed Candy Cane. I also have BBQ Pork from a local sausage maker w/Chinese Hot Mustard & Sesame Seeds. And a bundt style Apple Crumb Cream Cake <br>w/Caramel Glaze from the bakery. <br>I may be forced to go in to work on Friday for the staff meeting though. The paper is treating us to a pizza party.<br>Anyone else have any mouth watering treats? <br>If you are looking for an easy tasty candy-like snack for the holidays I recommend Lori's recipe with a two thumbs up. Here is a link to it if you missed it.<br>http://forums.maccentral.com/wwwthreads/...&sb=&o= <br><br><br>
Loc: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Do they have vacancies where you work? It sounds like a nice place to be <br><br>One question about the recipe.. What's a "jellyroll pan"?<br><br>EDIT: Opps.. Found it:<br><br><br><br>Waleed's Gallery<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by walzuhair on 12/17/02 02:54 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
Loc: Pacific NW, USA
A jellyroll pan is like a heavy cookie sheet with higher sides. You can make thin rectangular cakes than they are spread with filling such as cream or jelly and rolled up to form a log shape and then served in slices.<br><br>You know they are really good to us for a newspaper. The owner is a lady who's husband was the original owner. He passed away in the 70's or 80's and she ended up taking over. She is very very sweet and between her and the publisher they always try to do things for us. Eases a lot of deadline stress. But impossible to lose weight. <br>Hey I want a coffee mug with the camels. I am going to have Rick get me one for a stocking stuffers.<br><br><br>
I hope you are not like me marge. I made them for a party once, but somehow forgot to bring them. Oh dear...hehe<br><br>I usually hoard them away in my computer cabinet. My kids used to tell all their friends that I hoard my goodies so no one can have any.<br>What they don't understand is that my goodies last me a long time as I only have a little at a time and I savor every last crumb of them.<br>If I let them have some, they would be gone in one day.<br><br>
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