Friday, August 26, 2011

Bagel Snails

Got up this morning ready to leave the fabric shop. Yeppers. I'm done. Time to move forward with writing and food. 

Feels good.  

And dig this, I made bagel dough into bagel snails. And they were yummy. Next time, I'm going to try onion bread swirls.

But right now, I'm off to cut fabric.

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16 comments:

  1. I wish my monitor was equiped with taste-o-vision.

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  2. Those looks good!
    As opposed to what came to mind when I read your post title...

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  3. Yummy!! I am going to make custard for desert tonight- or maybe breakfast tomorrow as well~ Cheers!

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  4. Yes, I had an entirely different expectation with that title.

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  5. I'm impressed you can make food look so good. I can make it more or less okay, but getting it to look the part is much harder.

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  6. mshatch: Tim gobbled up the last of them when I was at work, so I'll make you a fresh batch.

    Trey: That would be cool.

    Alex: What came to mind? See, all I saw while making them was snails, snails, snails.

    iZombie: They were.

    Nancy: I never made custard. Hope it came out great.

    William: I am missing something, for sure. What did you think of? Or is it too awful to say?

    Porky: Smoke and mirrors. That's all.

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  7. Those look pretty tasty! Thanks for the teleported pretzels yesterday! :)

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  8. Oh... I am drooling like "Homer Simpson". They look so good! I wish I had one this morning with my coffee.

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  9. Mo D: Have you made your own bagels yet? They are super easy and fun.

    Inverse: Tim gobbled the last of them so I'll catch you on the second batch.

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  10. Damn those look yummy!

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  11. Great looking bagel swirls!! I bet they make great sandwiches!

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  12. Matt: They went fast.

    Lo-mo: These were little dudes, half the size as a standard bagel. But yeah, had we not eaten them all, they would have been good for sandwiches.

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