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Thanks for the info. My baked goods are lucky to make through the night. I would never get to test it out but good to KNOW!
I live in Mississippi at the moment. What time will you be here? Do you want them ready or do you want to help make them?
If I boil the potatoes dry and don't have enough water, I just use water. I think the potatoes themselves give the moist soft texture to the dough. The potato water is just icing on the cake? Saves water? I don't know.
I think the potato makes the bread or rolls such a nice soft and moist texture. Those sticky buns sound GREAT! Makes me want to whip some up!
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It is hard to type while eating a caramel egg, what is blood sugar? ;)
I will be happy to go over any parts if there is any questions. I am not one for reading directions so I try to limit mine. In cooking I just snap a photo of the ingredients and wing it. I took more photos during the process but they got deleted. I can take more of the door if that would help. Thanks for liking my idea.
I usually use a glass but the cup was sitting there...Yes, both sweeter and fluffier than regular baking power biscuits. I used to make them with 7-up but my son had some Sprite in his mini-fridge so I decided to give it a try. Hope you try them and like them. I am a Yeast Roll kind of girl but these are great in a quick pinch and make great biscuits and gravy.
our moms must be sisters, LOL. We always say she uses the smoke alarm to tell when dinner it done. HA HA. Get some Bisquick and have the boys make these themselves. I let the neighbor kids come make chocolate chip cookies from the mix. I had one little boy come nearly every week from 7 to 15 years old. Not many mother's bake much these days. Kids love that there is Sprite in these. Enjoy!
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let rise until double in bulk. Depends on the warmth and humidity of your kitchen. If in a hurry, you can put your oven on 200 degrees. Turn it OFF then put it in there. Should take less than 30 minutes a rise. You don't need to kneed in between. Jut punch it down. I like to make mine the night before and after the second rise, I put it in the fridge over night. Hope this helps.
SORRY,425 degrees for 10 minutes then 35 for 10 more, until desired brown-ness.
350 degrees for 10 more minutes. I spilled Pepsi on my keys and they like to stick for some reason. LOL
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I guess you have to be a premium member for the download to work. I have won 3 months of premium by being a featured instructable but I have never tried it. Sorry.
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I made half yesterday and just popped this pan load in the oven. Yum YUM!
I almost didn't include that tip but I have tried rubber bands and tape, then some caps were sitting on my machine and I sit a bobbin in one with the tail underneath and wallah... Glad you liked it :)
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I get a lot of compliments. The first thing they do is drop down and touch it then then next is whip out their phone for a photo. It is my best project yet for sure. Thanks for your interest.
324 a square foot. You can use less and grout but I found it easier to butt them up against each other and I liked the look and not having to grout was nice. Plus I liked the different colors of the pennies and grout can have sand that can clean the pennies more that I wanted.
LOL and quite a few ugly pennies too.
I just used the contact plastic to get them to the floor. I organize the pennies in the pan, cut a piece to fit, put it on the pennies then flip it over. I would make 5 or 6 and take them to the floor. The would be upside down with the plastic on the bottom. I would squirt the glue on the pennies, grab the plastic by 2 corners and flip it into place next to the last row. I would tug at the plastic and slid it around till it was tight in place. Then I would remove the plastic. The 3 coats of polyurethane makes it easy to sweep and mop. I ring the mop out well and try not to soak it, just in case. I have had it down 4 years. Hope this helps.
Contact plastic comes in rolls to line shelves. It comes in colors but I like to use the clear so I can see what I am doing.
That is the unfolded table with the 2 guys sitting at it. Here is another for you.
Thank! Yes, I have my penny floor on here too.
I took this photo today.
The wooden table was fine. The glass and wrought iron table was just so heavy. You could not get people/kids to lift the chairs. The metal would scrape and gouge it all up. The wood chairs slide and glide over it no problem. I personally would hate to cover the pennies with a rug.
I bought a lot from banks. I just had to look down the holes in the $25 dollar boxes and make sure they were a mixture of old ones. I didn't want all shinny.
30,000 give or take. Plus 4 dimes in a tight spot.
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I made "tiles" in a cookie sheet with contact plastic, then glued them down in squares. I rolled 3 coats of polyurethane on top.
Thanks for the compliment! That is were I put it. I had spend 3 months covering the floor with 30,000 pennies an didn't need a table covering up all that work. Plus we don't use a table much so it is nice to be able to put it "away". Thanks again, Cindy
fold away table
I eat all mine in a day or two but IF you can hold off, refrigerate or freeze it. I use London Broil and trim all the fat off.
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