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 Post subject: food gifts
PostPosted: Thu Dec 20, 2012 9:08 pm 
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my brother sent me a selection of locally produced foods for Christmas this year, including apple butter, creamed honey (no idea what that is), dried apple slices, maple syrup, honey mustard, wine jelly (again, no idea) and hand made pretzels (pieces)...

what do you do with the apple butter, the wine jelly, or the creamed honey?

these things are much too sophisticated for me - but that's not the point - what's a preferred food gift for RMers?
what do you do with the stuff you won't eat? is re-gifting out of the questions?

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 Post subject: Re: food gifts
PostPosted: Thu Dec 20, 2012 11:02 pm 
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I'd spread the apple butter on toast, but I've never heard of the other two. I seriously doubt it would be a bad idea to serve creamed honey or wine jelly with a cheese tray, though.

Each of those items sounds like a knee tune.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 20, 2012 11:53 pm 
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I would love a food gift. My family are like gangsters. We just trade cash. :(


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I dont have much of a sweet tooth but I once had a nice salmon filet with creamed honey, miso, lemon and diakon


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 Post subject: Re: food gifts
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my brother in law sent us an Omaha Steaks gift.

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Rebar wrote:
my brother in law sent us an Omaha Steaks gift.

i'm sorry.


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 Post subject: Re: food gifts
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The apple butter and honey would be good on pancakes or biscuits, and like Reid said I could see the wine jelly with cheese. Maybe you'll get another gift basket of stuff that pairs with this basket, yanno?

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Spike wrote:
Rebar wrote:
my brother in law sent us an Omaha Steaks gift.

i'm sorry.

The guys at the soup kitchen will be happy.

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 Post subject: Re: food gifts
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I had a great idea for a food gift, but I couldn't find any 4" or 6" cast iron frying pans to complete the package.

http://smells-like-home.com/2011/11/baked-fontina/

I've been told I can get cast iron pans in any size at one of the local gun shows, so everyone in my family is getting a pan and some cheese for christmas next year.

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Spike wrote:
Rebar wrote:
my brother in law sent us an Omaha Steaks gift.

i'm sorry.

why are we looking down our noses at them?

I've received omaha steaks as christmas gifts in the past - other than a long standing hatred of all things Omaha, I had no problem with them, pal. *shrugs*

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 Post subject: Re: food gifts
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malice wrote:
what do you do with the apple butter, the wine jelly, or the creamed honey?

Give them to me. I've never tried any of these things and they all sound amazing.

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 Post subject: Re: food gifts
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theplatypus wrote:
malice wrote:
what do you do with the apple butter, the wine jelly, or the creamed honey?

Give them to me. I've never tried any of these things and they all sound amazing.

in the note my brother sent he said he had a bottle of wine (his own) as well that I'm supposed to get the next time I'm in town - I'm not a huge wine drinker and mentioned to him he should give it to someone who'll appreciate it - you want that too?

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I GOT A BLENDER

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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
I GOT A BLENDER

Make smoothies, smooth guy.

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Owl_Farmer wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
I GOT A BLENDER

Make smoothies, smooth guy.

That's the plan, big guy.

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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
Owl_Farmer wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
I GOT A BLENDER

Make smoothies, smooth guy.

That's the plan, big guy.

what kind of smoothies?

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malice wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
Owl_Farmer wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
I GOT A BLENDER

Make smoothies, smooth guy.

That's the plan, big guy.

what kind of smoothies?

I'm working on a new recipe I call the "forevermalice".

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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
malice wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
Owl_Farmer wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
I GOT A BLENDER

Make smoothies, smooth guy.

That's the plan, big guy.

what kind of smoothies?

I'm working on a new recipe I call the "forevermalice".

sounds like an angry drink

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I could go for some malice delicious.

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malice wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
malice wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
Owl_Farmer wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
I GOT A BLENDER

Make smoothies, smooth guy.

That's the plan, big guy.

what kind of smoothies?

I'm working on a new recipe I call the "forevermalice".

sounds like an angry drink

Oh, it's disgusting.

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