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    merryb Guest

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    I just delivered the pretzels I had posted about before- I ended up
    with 436 hot out of the oven. After some experimentation, I decided my
    best plan was to mix, shape, boil, and then par bake before freezing.
    I did this on Monday & Tuesday, so today all I had to do was take them
    out of the freezer and finish them off, which took about 90 minutes. I
    made 3 kinds- salted, parmesan, and rosemary flavored, and also a Thai
    peanut dipping sauce. She was providing mustards and cheese sauce, and
    also rented a warmer to keep the pretzels in. All in all, I'll call it
    a success, but glad it's over!



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    Bob Terwilliger Guest

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    merryb wrote:

    > I just delivered the pretzels I had posted about before- I ended up
    > with 436 hot out of the oven. After some experimentation, I decided my
    > best plan was to mix, shape, boil, and then par bake before freezing.
    > I did this on Monday& Tuesday, so today all I had to do was take them
    > out of the freezer and finish them off, which took about 90 minutes. I
    > made 3 kinds- salted, parmesan, and rosemary flavored, and also a Thai
    > peanut dipping sauce. She was providing mustards and cheese sauce, and
    > also rented a warmer to keep the pretzels in. All in all, I'll call it
    > a success, but glad it's over!


    That was quite a project, and I hope the pay was worth it!

    Bob

  3. #3
    merryb Guest

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    On Mar 22, 9:08*pm, Bob Terwilliger <virtualgoth@die_spammer.biz>
    wrote:
    > merryb wrote:
    > > I just delivered the pretzels I had posted about before- I ended up
    > > with 436 hot out of the oven. After some experimentation, I decided my
    > > best plan was to mix, shape, boil, and then par bake before freezing.
    > > I did this on Monday& *Tuesday, so today all I had to do was take them
    > > out of the freezer and finish them off, which took about 90 minutes. I
    > > made 3 kinds- salted, parmesan, and rosemary flavored, and also a Thai
    > > peanut dipping sauce. She was providing mustards and cheese sauce, and
    > > also rented a warmer to keep the pretzels in. All in all, I'll call it
    > > a success, but glad it's over!

    >
    > That was quite a project, and I hope the pay was worth it!
    >
    > Bob


    Is it ever?? I'm okay with what she paid me, plus it was an
    interesting project!

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    RussianFoodDire Guest

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    It was an interesting project. I hope you enjoyed it.




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