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I'm a Newbie

Liddy98

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Mar 20, 2006
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Hey everyone...I just started this exciting business with my two best friends...we are all doing the shows together...something different, I know...We have no name as of yet, but we are on our way to success! I was wondering if any of you could either come up with a good name for our team...or any helpful hints for us just starting...Like what recipes to use or, I don't know anything that helped you.
Thank you!
 

Liddy98

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Well we thought of a name...The Triple Tiaras...We will all have tiara pins, and the slogan could be: You can be the queen of your kitchen...What do you guys think?
 

The_Kitchen_Guy

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It sounds like a crowning achievement. ;)
 

Liddy98

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Well thank you...LOL
 

ChefAggi

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Need Recipe Advice

Okay so I was out with my best friend tonight to go over her party Saturday night... my first show too. So while shopping and spending our money at Michaels, we discussed some recipe ideas. I came up with the Peachy Cheese Coffee Cake from the "All the Best" cookbook. This would show off the large stone and a few other products. I was thinking of making the pecan butter tarts to show off the mini muffin pan, but Amy is not big on butter tarts. So... now I'm stuck with coming up with another recipe. I thought something quick. I thought I could do the Garden Dip, also in the "All the Best" cookbook. I will show off the chef knife, the deluxe cheese grater and I could cut some of the veggies with the crinkle cutter. What do you think? I thought I could make the dessert first since it has to go in the oven. While that is baking I can make the dip and show off those tools. By the time the dip and veggies are cut and made, the dessert will be baked and can cool down.
I noticed there are some great cooking tips on the margins of the recipes. I might have to use some of them!!!

Cheers:rolleyes:
 

Liddy98

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I will try that
 

luvs2sellit

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I have made the peachy cheese coffe cake before and it is wonderful. However I used peach preserves. I think you could do this as well with apricots preserves. It was really yummy.
 

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