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Tuesday, 5 February 2013

CRYSTAL and PINWHEEL BISCUITS


 Crystal, the photographer says

a fresh snowfall always looks so pretty when you're inside looking out! HA HA HA !

Crystal, the cook:  her Pot Roast

Crystal’s descriptions of the dinners she makes for her family make my mouth water:

January 9, 2013
supper is ready! just have to wait for Shawna Hebert to get home from basketball practice. Beef pot roast..(with potatoes, asparagus, onion, garlic, and gravy), garlic Alfredo pasta, marinaded shrimp, and a tray of tomatoes, ham, bologna, and cucumbers with dilly dip!!!
after supper I plan on hitting the couch and NOT MOVING UNTIL I NEED TO MAKE MY WAY TO THE BED!!!!!!!!!!!!

Crystal in the Distant Future:


·         Crystal’s Friend:  We're looking good!!!! A night on the town is needed.....off to the bingo hall.
Crystal  i was thinkin more along the lines of prowling for guys! after all.we are pretty hawt!


Crystal October, 2012

floors washed, laundry done, kids picked up after, beds made, dishes washed.........
NOW I CAN GO TO MY "PAYING" JOB!!

thank gawd i'm not bitter about things! LOL

Crystal, the mom

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Wishing you a very Happy Birthday, Crystal, and . . . 

Running shoes.   Your funny comments remind me of 1988, when my girls were about the same age as Nathan and Justin are now.

That’s also when I first discovered one of my best recipes:

    
PINWHEELS

From The New Purity Cookbook

1/3 cup butter (at room temperature)
2/3 cup brown sugar

2 cups flour
2 ½ tsp baking powder
½ tsp salt
½ cup butter (at room temperature)
1 cup milk

1.      Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
2.     Grease a baking sheet.
3.     Cream together 1/3 cup butter and 2/3 cup brown sugar.  Set aside.
4.     In a food processor, mix together flour, baking powder, and salt.
5.     Add butter and blend until mixed in.
6.     Turn flour mixture into a large mixing bowl.
7.     Stir in milk to make a dough.  Do not overwork it.
8.     Turn dough out onto a floured surface.  Sprinkle top of dough lightly with flour and pat and roll it out until about one-half inch thick.

9.     Spread the dough with the reserved butter and brown sugar.

10.                         Roll up like a jelly roll.

11.                         Cut into slices and place on baking sheet.
12.                          Bake for 14 minutes.  (This will depend on your oven.  They might be done in 12 minutes.)