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January 5, 2010
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Leahld22
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Has anyone tried the new Town House Cracker varieties called Flipsides? Oh my goodness. I got the Pretzel Cracker flavor today. It's like a cracker on one side and pretzel on the other! There's also one that has cheddar with the pretzel cracker. I have some of the filling from the turkey roll ups left w/Cream cheese,sour cr,black olives and gr onions to put on them! Yum,yum! I better take some next door tomorrow when I vist the kids or I'll eat too many!Yes

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January 5, 2010
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Have seen them but not tried them, Leah.  They do look and sound good, but we still have a bunch of pretzels left from Christmas, so need to work on those before moving on to pretzel/crackers!

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January 6, 2010
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Pete i should send my wee one over to you she is a pretzel fanatic.

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January 6, 2010
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Oh, thank you!  I know what I can unload some of these pretzels!  I use them for Christmas goodies - the ones that come in a HUGE container and are shaped like trees, stars and bells.  A smaller container actually costs more than getting the big one at Sam's.  We go through this every year, and end up wasting more than I am comfortable with.  At least my plan this year included crushing some and mixing with melted chocolate.  Yummm.

OK - a slap with a wet noodle for getting off topic!

**Pete wanders off muttering about the mean mods**   Happy Flower

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January 6, 2010
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Make pretzel salad with em Pete.  Not a thing healthy about it, but it sure disappears in a hurry!  Do I need to dig up the recipe?  (we make ours with raspberries)

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January 6, 2010
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Well, raspberries are healthy, Deb.......... but I've never heard of a pretzel salad!  Might need that!

And back on topic...........love flipsides!!!  They go with everything!  I got them for the first time a couple years ago, Alex wasn't very old.  He wanted a cracker, I gave him one of these.  He didn't want a pretzel.....I flipped it over and he thought I was magic!  LOL!!!

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January 6, 2010
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I posted the recipe Cindy, even though it doesn't fit the general flow of recipes here.  It's full of processed ingredients, but oh so wonderful!!  I've never seen any left at a pot luck it gets taken to.

Maybe we can figure out how to get all the gunk out of it!  heheh, just leave the fat, sugar and salt please! Laugh

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January 6, 2010
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I looked at it, BG.  If you left out the cool whip and the jello I'd like it much better!  Maybe get those processed cans of frozen strawberries loaded with sugar, mix them with the cream cheese, reduce the amount of sugar and throw that mixture on top of the pretzel crust?  Then put some real whipped cream on top as it is served?

Or use flipflops (or is that flipsides?) for the crust.

See, it's not THAT hard to stay on topic…          Warrior

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January 6, 2010
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I'm taking some of the turkey roll up filling and these crackers to the kids tonight! My bro had the same container of pretzels you've got Pete,I know cuz I kept gettin into them,there are alot!

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January 7, 2010
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BuckeyeGirl said:

I posted the recipe Cindy, even though it doesn't fit the general flow of recipes here.  It's full of processed ingredients, but oh so wonderful!!  I've never seen any left at a pot luck it gets taken to.

Maybe we can figure out how to get all the gunk out of it!  heheh, just leave the fat, sugar and salt please! Laugh


Lots of dessert recipes over in Community Cookbook full of processed ingredients!!!!  Laugh  Don't ever let that keep you from sharing recipes.  Individually if we don't like them, we can either change out to make it fit us, or don't eat.........  my family loves everything in there!!!

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January 7, 2010
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oh wow, pretzel crackers sound delicious!!!!!!!  And here I can't get to a store.....

Clover made me do it.

January 7, 2010
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Here, Suzanne.  We have plenty of pretzels, so you may have a large bowl full.  Want some dip with them??   Yes

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January 7, 2010
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I want that pretzel salad thing!!!

Clover made me do it.

January 7, 2010
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Pretzels are good dipped in Hot Pepper Butter .......

That pretzel dessert salad ROCKS!

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January 7, 2010
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OK, OK, Suzanne!!!    You can have some Jello, too!    Butterfly

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