Tuesday fluff

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Tue, 06-25-2013 - 8:15am

1  What thing or things do you do for you?

2.  What are your pet charities?

3.  What's for breakfast?

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Tue, 06-25-2013 - 4:49pm

rollmops2009 wrote:
"I stopped reading a "donuts".. mmmmmm donuts..." --------- Seriously! DH's grandma used to take me to this wonderful donut shop way, way north of the city. The donuts were yeast-risen and so incredibly good, it was worth the 2-hour drive.

I love a good caramel long john.  Yum.

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Tue, 06-25-2013 - 4:52pm
"except its only really cute when a toddler does it, not very attractive in an adult. " True.

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Tue, 06-25-2013 - 4:55pm

How about these sav?

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Tue, 06-25-2013 - 4:59pm

pumpkinangel wrote:
<p><blockquote class="quote-msg quote-nest-1 odd"><div class="quote-author"><em class="placeholder">rollmops2009</em> wrote:</div>"I stopped reading a "donuts".. mmmmmm donuts..." --------- Seriously! DH's grandma used to take me to this wonderful donut shop way, way north of the city. The donuts were yeast-risen and so incredibly good, it was worth the 2-hour drive.</blockquote></p><p>I love a good caramel long john.  Yum.</p>

My husband had a chocolate hazelnut torte with caramel sauce for dessert when we were in Spokane.  He let me have three bites.  Those were good, too.

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Tue, 06-25-2013 - 5:15pm
The ultimate Paola: http://dianepernet.typepad.com/diane/2006/08/my_beautiful_fr.html
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Tue, 06-25-2013 - 5:16pm
"I love a good caramel long john." ---------- You kinky thing, you!
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Tue, 06-25-2013 - 5:18pm
Looks more like a red porgy, just saying ;)
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Tue, 06-25-2013 - 5:58pm

rollmops2009 wrote:
"I stopped reading a "donuts".. mmmmmm donuts..." --------- Seriously! DH's grandma used to take me to this wonderful donut shop way, way north of the city. The donuts were yeast-risen and so incredibly good, it was worth the 2-hour drive.

My Mom used to make donuts for Christmas breakfast.  Which officially makes her superior to ex's Mom who used to make a runny, nauseating oyster "stew" for Christmas breakfast.  Anyway, I grew up to having a good appreciation for a well made donut.

The Food Network is currently under their latest season of "Next Food Network star" and being a slave to any cooking reality TV competition, I've been watching.  Last episode, one of the contestants made, allegedly, a donut for her dessert.  She claims she was going for a beignet kind of thing.  And for reasons known only to herself, she decided to use a pizza dough as the base, instead of just making her own.  Apparently, she was unaware that donuts come from BATTER not DOUGH.

Shockingly (only to her) the donuts ended up impossibly dense and hard (since she then deep-fried them, so, duh) and virtually inedible.  And she got eliminated. 

And that's what happens when you defile the name donut with pizza dough (which is yummy but which has no business trying to be a donut.)

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Tue, 06-25-2013 - 6:04pm

We make cinnamon rolls for Christmas morning breakfast.  The last few years, even the smell of those hasn't been enough to get the kids out of bed for Christmas.  Hard to believe.  This last year we had to kick them out of bed so we could get the presents opened before their cousins showed up for the extended family gift exchange.

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Tue, 06-25-2013 - 6:14pm

grapthars_hammer wrote:
<p><blockquote class="quote-msg quote-nest-1 odd"><div class="quote-author"><em class="placeholder">rollmops2009</em> wrote:</div>"I stopped reading a "donuts".. mmmmmm donuts..." --------- Seriously! DH's grandma used to take me to this wonderful donut shop way, way north of the city. The donuts were yeast-risen and so incredibly good, it was worth the 2-hour drive.</blockquote></p><p>My Mom used to make donuts for Christmas breakfast.  Which officially makes her superior to ex's Mom who used to make a runny, nauseating oyster "stew" for Christmas breakfast.  Anyway, I grew up to having a good appreciation for a well made donut.</p><p>The Food Network is currently under their latest season of "Next Food Network star" and being a slave to any cooking reality TV competition, I've been watching.  Last episode, one of the contestants made, allegedly, a donut for her dessert.  She claims she was going for a beignet kind of thing.  And for reasons known only to herself, she decided to use a pizza dough as the base, instead of just making her own.  Apparently, she was unaware that donuts come from BATTER not DOUGH.</p><p>Shockingly (only to her) the donuts ended up impossibly dense and hard (since she then deep-fried them, so, duh) and virtually inedible.  And she got eliminated. </p><p>And that's what happens when you defile the name donut with pizza dough (which is yummy but which has no business trying to be a donut.)</p>

I saw that and thought, who would make a donut out of pizza dough?  

PumpkinAngel

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