We can't have that.
Shall we talk cookies? Or Cuba? Or games? Or critters?
What's up with all of you?!
genkicoll wrote:Ah yes, chocolate! I am drowning in chocolate and what a way to go! My brother made 6 (count 'em, SIX!!) kinds of fudge and brought over quite a bit of all six kinds just for myself and sis (co-worker). There's the white chocolate cinnamon (OMG, it's FANTASTIC!) and white chocolate with lemon and lavender (also fantastic). Well hell, they're ALL fantastic! The "regular" fudges are rum, mint-amaretto, toffee (has Heath toffee bits in it), and finally, raspberry-orange. Now I'm not a fan of raspberry and chocolate together, but with the orange, it really works!
Next week I'll be making MY fudges, but I'm going to go simple and just make two this year: Pecan and peppermint (has crushed candy canes in it.)
Hi everybody!!djrum wrote:And...has anyone heard from RMom lately? I'm worried about her.
Today, I am back into jumpers!
That's why I love it!JustTheFacts wrote:Are you implying, esme, that we're all a bit scary in this thread?
I resent that!
We're WAY scary here!
Do you know what's sad here? And maybe the same is true by you guys. The stores are EMPTY. Maybe not the supermarkets per se, but even then they're not long lines. But every store I've been into has not lines at all. I'm assuming people are buying online, but I wonder how the retail shops are doing, or surviving.djrum wrote:What a relief, good to see you, RMom! And like Esme says, feel free to vent away. This is the place to let it all hang out, well, you know what I mean!
Wow, RMom, you've really got some malicious drama going on at your workplace. I hope everything turns out okay though I feel sorry for your friend who had to resign. That just sucks.
Esme, my sister called this morning and we're braving the crowds together. We both have some last minute shopping to do. We will turn this into a FUN day!!
jboliver1999 wrote:Has anyone tried beating in a small amount of cornstarch to their meringue to stabilize it and keep it from weeping? I just saw that tip in one of my recipe books.