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Old 03-19-2010, 02:07 PM   #1501
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Off topic... (Is there such a thing on THIS thread?)

Glenn, I've been reading your $5 trip report...and then I got to the part where you were having a date with Judy. And then I read a Jim Gaffigan quote from you. And I was all...no way.

So if you thought I was a Glennbo Groupie BEFORE, I'm like a Ginormous Glennbo Groupie NOW.

Anyone who can work in a Jim Gaffigan quote into their TR is okay with me.

And...I am so proud of James for tackling EE! Looks like we were in WDW around the same time (I went mid-July, just after you left).

I'm not done with it yet, but I'm close. I'm sorry that I missed it while you were posting it. It's just that I wasn't a Glennbo Groupie back then. And that's no one's fault but my own. [hangs head in shame]

To hold you over for the weekend, a few more quotes:

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One of the funniest comedians I've ever seen. Hubby and I once saw him here in Detroit. I wet my seat from laughing so hard.

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Old 03-19-2010, 02:41 PM   #1502
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That's what I was thinking. Seriously. I know I put in a bunch of dumb smilies but I really was thinking that.

It'd be even more convenient if Cafe Oberlaa was in my neighborhood.


The picture that started it all..

I have NO doubt you were thinking that. Dumb like a fox. Pretty soon it will be Pampered Chef Strudel Deluxe!! I'm sure product placement could be worked in.
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Old 03-19-2010, 02:49 PM   #1503
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mmmmm....pumpkin rolls!

They are a family tradition here. My mom started making them about 20 years ago and now we have them every thanksgiving and christmas. I have several neighbours who ask me when pumkin roll time will come.

great, now I need to make one.

oh, jordy.....an entire box of prunes?


I love those Holiday traditions Cherie

Now for the combo of Jordy and PRUNES
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Old 03-19-2010, 03:39 PM   #1504
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Off topic... (Is there such a thing on THIS thread?)
Obviously not! So, no apology needed.

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Glenn, I've been reading your $5 trip report...
Yay! Okay, continue.

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and then I got to the part where you were having a date with Judy. And then I read a Jim Gaffigan quote from you. And I was all...no way.
Ahhh, inspired by the bread at Kona Cafe. I love how he says "breeeaaaad." "You got anymore a that free breeeaaad?"

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So if you thought I was a Glennbo Groupie BEFORE, I'm like a Ginormous Glennbo Groupie NOW.

Anyone who can work in a Jim Gaffigan quote into their TR is okay with me.
We LOVE Jim Gaffigan...maybe the kids even more than me. Except for the time when James accidentally called him Bill Gaffigan, but I won't mention that. Oops.

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And...I am so proud of James for tackling EE! Looks like we were in WDW around the same time (I went mid-July, just after you left).
He did all right!

Oh man, imagine if we were there at the same time and like somehow we ended up in a ride queue together...I'd probably be in a wheelchair right now.

Seriously though, it's too bad we missed each other. Maybe someday our paths will cross.

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I'm not done with it yet, but I'm close. I'm sorry that I missed it while you were posting it. It's just that I wasn't a Glennbo Groupie back then. And that's no one's fault but my own. [hangs head in shame]
Uh, not many people were. At the time.

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Thanks for the quotes! We spout them often! The Hot Pockets bit is CLASSIC.

I used to do the "Manatee on the Ricki Lake show" bit a lot: "I live in the ocean." "It just so happens that you live in the ocean 'cause you ain't got no job!" "You need to get in Weight Watchers. Join some kinda program or something."

Lately we've been doing the "Reading from the Bible you can't make something up" bit: "A letter from Peter to the Apostles.......Dear Apostles....how was your weekend?"

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One of the funniest comedians I've ever seen. Hubby and I once saw him here in Detroit. I wet my seat from laughing so hard.
I believe it. I'd love to see him.

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The picture that started it all..
Yes it did. Liesa's family can thank me....they ate strudel a few hours ago.

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I have NO doubt you were thinking that. Dumb like a fox. Pretty soon it will be Pampered Chef Strudel Deluxe!! I'm sure product placement could be worked in.
Aw, you gave me up before I could work in the famous apple-peeler-corer-slicer, which I affectionately call the APCS. It sounds all military that way. And baking stones are the best way to get the dough to brown just the way you want it, especially if you're using that freezer-section stuff.

I have been known to make a few sales. One time I came home from work and told Judy that so-and-so wanted to order a family skillet and lid. She paused and said, "that's like a $150 order!?" And I was like, "yup."

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I love those Holiday traditions Cherie

Now for the combo of Jordy and PRUNES
Yeah, that combo is one tradition that nobody needs, huh Rosie?!
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Old 03-19-2010, 05:07 PM   #1505
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Aw, you gave me up before I could work in the famous apple-peeler-corer-slicer, which I affectionately call the APCS. It sounds all military that way. And baking stones are the best way to get the dough to brown just the way you want it, especially if you're using that freezer-section stuff.

I have been known to make a few sales. One time I came home from work and told Judy that so-and-so wanted to order a family skillet and lid. She paused and said, "that's like a $150 order!?" And I was like, "yup."
I have considered purchasing said APCS more than once. And I have a baking stone....somewhere....

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Old 03-19-2010, 09:19 PM   #1506
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I can't keep up with this PTR anymore! After a day I've missed nearly 2 pages! Gah! I'm still reading Glen. Just haven't had much time to respond. I have 4 days off now so now I can play catchup (or is it ketchup? catsup? ketchup? catsup?)
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Old 03-20-2010, 02:07 AM   #1507
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As promised here is my lazy man's version of strudel. I used the dough that we can buy here, which is very similar to phyllo. I use it for making turn overs with all kinds of fillings from creamed tuna to honey and nuts (like baklava). So, being inspired by the strudel talk, I gave apples a try...

The result was the entire thing being eaten in one sitting. I lamented this morning that I should have made 2 so we could have had it again for breakfast.

It won't earn a "WOW" award for being beautiful, but it sure was tasty! I do think it doesn't look too far off of what Glenn's from Cafe Oberlaa looked like.





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Old 03-20-2010, 04:14 AM   #1508
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Sorry I've been MIA. I think I'm caught up now!
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Old 03-20-2010, 07:02 AM   #1509
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I have considered purchasing said APCS more than once. And I have a baking stone....somewhere....

I'll admit the APCS is kind of a one-use tool and not real practical unless you make a lot of apple pies or something. Now the baking stone can be used for a lot more than just pizza, get it out and use it!

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I can't keep up with this PTR anymore! After a day I've missed nearly 2 pages! Gah! I'm still reading Glen. Just haven't had much time to respond. I have 4 days off now so now I can play catchup (or is it ketchup? catsup? ketchup? catsup?)
Good to know you're still here. I think it's catchup, as you originally had, or maybe it's hyphenated. It's definitely not catsup. That word should be stricken from the dictionary! We have a perfectly good word for the tomato-based condiment that we put on hamburgers, and that's "ketchup"!

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As promised here is my lazy man's version of strudel. I used the dough that we can buy here, which is very similar to phyllo. I use it for making turn overs with all kinds of fillings from creamed tuna to honey and nuts (like baklava). So, being inspired by the strudel talk, I gave apples a try...

The result was the entire thing being eaten in one sitting. I lamented this morning that I should have made 2 so we could have had it again for breakfast.

It won't earn a "WOW" award for being beautiful, but it sure was tasty! I do think it doesn't look too far off of what Glenn's from Cafe Oberlaa looked like.





Looks good, especially the shot showing the gooey goodness inside. Nice job getting the crust GBD -- Golden, Brown, and Delicious. What did your family think when you had to pause to take a picture of it? "Mom's off her rocker?"

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Glad to have you back, and good to hear you're caught up. I know it's not easy!
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Old 03-20-2010, 07:21 AM   #1510
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As promised here is my lazy man's version of strudel. I used the dough that we can buy here, which is very similar to phyllo. I use it for making turn overs with all kinds of fillings from creamed tuna to honey and nuts (like baklava). So, being inspired by the strudel talk, I gave apples a try...

The result was the entire thing being eaten in one sitting. I lamented this morning that I should have made 2 so we could have had it again for breakfast.

It won't earn a "WOW" award for being beautiful, but it sure was tasty! I do think it doesn't look too far off of what Glenn's from Cafe Oberlaa looked like.





Looks delicious!
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The GBD!! I likey the sound of that!!
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Looks delicious, Liesa!
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Looks delicious, Liesa!
She did a nice job.

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The GBD!! I likey the sound of that!!
I stole it from Alton Brown on "Goods Eats" on the Food Network.
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It sure does. Maybe I will make one of them if I can use the phyllo, because me and rolling dough usually just turns into a big mess.
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