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26 Re: Apple Rose Pastry on Thu Oct 15, 2015 9:24 pm

bethk

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Yeah, Tori is my shadow in the kitchen. When I go to her house she gets up early with me in the morning and we make scones ~ Cinnamon Sugar Scones. It started as a way to use up left over biscuit dough and now it's requested every time. That and muffins. And chocolate chip cookies. And strawberry yogurt mini pies. And Molton Chocolate Cakes (like when they were here at Easter). Her mom is the bread baker but she much prefers cooking with Grandma! LOL

27 Re: Apple Rose Pastry on Thu Oct 15, 2015 10:31 pm

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Those were are and look tasty too. Your granddaughter is lucky to have you.

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28 Re: Apple Rose Pastry on Fri Oct 16, 2015 8:56 am

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NormM wrote:Those were are and look tasty too.  Your granddaughter is lucky to have you.

Nah, it's the other way around.....I'm really lucky to have her! LOL

29 Re: Apple Rose Pastry on Fri Oct 16, 2015 1:08 pm

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bethk wrote:
NormM wrote:Those were are and look tasty too.  Your granddaughter is lucky to have you.

Nah, it's the other way around.....I'm really lucky to have her!  LOL

That's why it's such a cool relationship, Beth -- you each feel the same way about the other.

30 Re: Apple Rose Pastry on Mon Oct 19, 2015 4:50 pm

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My friend, Barb (from Toledo), came over today to learn how to make the apple roses. She wants to make them when her friends come over for game night. I had wanted to try making them "half-size", using the mini muffin tins as a trial. It worked fine. They only had to bake for about 25 minutes (got 18 out of 1 sheet of puff pastry) and still came out big enough to be 2 bites.

31 Re: Apple Rose Pastry on Mon Oct 19, 2015 5:30 pm

cookingirl

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Looks Gorgeous, Beth!!

32 Re: Apple Rose Pastry on Mon Oct 19, 2015 7:10 pm

Crybaby

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bethk wrote:My friend, Barb (from Toledo), came over today to learn how to make the apple roses.  She wants to make them when her friends come over for game night.  I had wanted to try making them "half-size", using the mini muffin tins as a trial.  It worked fine.  They only had to bake for about 25 minutes (got 18 out of 1 sheet of puff pastry) and still came out big enough to be 2 bites.


Ooh, the little ones are sooo cute!

33 Re: Apple Rose Pastry on Mon Oct 19, 2015 7:36 pm

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Thanks! They are a bit time consuming but I think are impressive enough to take to any party.

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