My sister, Sheree, came by today and brought us a delightful treat. Teri thinks that she is trying to get her recipe on the website. So--I'll tell you the recipe since we have been munching on them all day long. She will be upset, because she said it isn't really her recipe. I am giving her credit anyway, because I hadn't had them before. Sheree's Turtles: You know me and recipes, I am just telling you how she told me. If this doesn't make sense--improvise and then you can put your own name on the recipe. She says that you can make 5 or 100 of these. Your choice. Take 24--we are now making 24--whole pecans and put them in a 250 degree oven to toast. Spread out 24 little square pretzels--they look sort of like little checkerboards--on a cookie sheet. Unwrap 1 Rollo candy and place on each pretzel. When pecans are toasty, remove from oven and place the tray of pretzels in it. Leave them in the oven--still at 250 degrees--for about 5 minutes. Remove and place 1 pecan on top of each melty Rollo. Let cool, and Eat. I hope you enjoy these as much as all of us have enjoyed them today.
Here it is, still March and Easter has come and gone. Now, Teri has her work cut out for her putting away the Easter things and replacing them with just spring things. Believe it or not, she has been grumbling about this. I know it is hard to imagine her grumbling. She says that now she is putting up Mother's Day and family things. That should be fun. More info on that next week.
Oh--something else that is fun. For those of you who have bought some of the new Thread Spinners, she is bringing in new fabulous designs later this week. We will take pictures and put them on the web. So far, I have seen a cross and a butterfly and they are so lovely. Just watch for them.
Enjoy the pictures and the turtle candy and have a wonderful and safe week.
Peter is Charity's little boy. Charity worked for us for many years before she left to teach and get married.