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1. So, I can add sloppy joes to the list of foods I hated as a child… 
5th-Sep-2008 07:47 pm
1. So, I can add sloppy joes to the list of foods I hated as a child and like now. We made this version last night, and it was very, very tasty. I served it up over corn cakes and a little sharp cheddar.

2. These rolls? ZOMG so good. Totally not as fussy as they looked. The hardest part was waiting for the milk to cool. And next time, I need to use 375 - 400 in our oven seemed too high. I quartered the recipe and got 10 rolls, plus dough in the firdge. I have totally found our dinner rolls for Thanksgiving and Christmas. And anytime in between I feel like. :) Also, has anyone else had monkey bread? I think this recipe would make a great base for it, if you didn't want to use canned biscuits.
5th-Sep-2008 11:55 pm (UTC)
Sloppy Joes was a staple of mine growing up, but having grown up, I've found out the pure joy that is made-from-fresh-ingredients Sloppy Joes. :) One of my slow cooker recipe books, actually, has a fantastic recipe which looks reasonably similar to this, but add in diced bell peppers, mustard powder and cider vinegar. :)
6th-Sep-2008 01:07 pm (UTC)
What is monkey bread?
6th-Sep-2008 02:42 pm (UTC)
Monkey bread is a cinnamon-roll type creation baked in a bundt pan. You use these type of pull-apart rolls, and layer them around inside a bundt pan with cinnamon, sugar, butter, etc. What you end up with is a giant, sticky, cinnamon-y, mess of little round rolls.
6th-Sep-2008 02:46 pm (UTC)
ah, thanks.
6th-Sep-2008 05:33 pm (UTC)
It's DELICIOUS. We used canned biscuits growing up.
6th-Sep-2008 02:43 pm (UTC)
I just bookmarked that roll recipe. :.) They look yummy. I will be bringing rolls for Tgiving and Xmas this year, too. :.)
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