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    Chipfo
    Mon Jan 31, 2005 11:09 pm
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    Marie Nixon wrote:
    Good insight, Chipfo. I am going to think about what you said. It's a different line of thought than what I was working with. Don't they also look like they were put in the giant muffin (or cupcake) tins? Or do you think they look like regular size muffin tins?


    I've been "out of pocket" for a few days, looks like your quest has come to a end, I knew somebody here would come up with an answer for this one. I bet they taste as good as they look!
    Marie Nixon
    Tue Feb 01, 2005 5:56 am
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    Chipfo wrote:
    Marie Nixon wrote:
    Good insight, Chipfo. I am going to think about what you said. It's a different line of thought than what I was working with. Don't they also look like they were put in the giant muffin (or cupcake) tins? Or do you think they look like regular size muffin tins?


    I've been "out of pocket" for a few days, looks like your quest has come to a end, I knew somebody here would come up with an answer for this one. I bet they taste as good as they look!

    Chipfo, my quest has sort of come to an end but not really. I made the rolls and tried the knot version but the filling would not stay enclosed in the strip for me. So I had to abandon the idea and do a regular cinnamon roll spiral cut. I appreciated the knot version drawings because I will use that when I make regular bread rolls. It looks very fancy. Thanks for your interest. icon_smile.gif
    Marg (CaymanDesigns)
    Tue Feb 01, 2005 4:58 pm
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    I really think this could be it!! A girlfriend's reply to my emailing everyone I could think of. icon_biggrin.gif

    They remind me of the cloverleaf rolls I used to make years ago. I would roll the dough into balls and put three in each muffin cup. When they rose they went together like that. I wonder if the dough wasn’t rolled out, sprinkled with cinnamon sugar and then rolled into a log. The logs were cut into pieces and three put in muffin tins.????


    What do you all think??
    CarrolJ
    Tue Feb 01, 2005 6:20 pm
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    Marg/Cayman Designs wrote:
    I really think this could be it!! A girlfriend's reply to my emailing everyone I could think of. icon_biggrin.gif

    They remind me of the cloverleaf rolls I used to make years ago. I would roll the dough into balls and put three in each muffin cup. When they rose they went together like that. I wonder if the dough wasn’t rolled out, sprinkled with cinnamon sugar and then rolled into a log. The logs were cut into pieces and three put in muffin tins.????


    What do you all think??


    I can't invision cloverleaf rolls looking like those...I guess you will just have to bake some and see. If you achieve it take a picture for us so we can compare. Sure hope we eventually hear back from the chef through Kathy!
    Chipfo
    Tue Feb 01, 2005 8:51 pm
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    Marie Nixon wrote:
    Chipfo wrote:
    Marie Nixon wrote:
    Good insight, Chipfo. I am going to think about what you said. It's a different line of thought than what I was working with. Don't they also look like they were put in the giant muffin (or cupcake) tins? Or do you think they look like regular size muffin tins?


    I've been "out of pocket" for a few days, looks like your quest has come to a end, I knew somebody here would come up with an answer for this one. I bet they taste as good as they look!

    Chipfo, my quest has sort of come to an end but not really. I made the rolls and tried the knot version but the filling would not stay enclosed in the strip for me. So I had to abandon the idea and do a regular cinnamon roll spiral cut. I appreciated the knot version drawings because I will use that when I make regular bread rolls. It looks very fancy. Thanks for your interest. icon_smile.gif


    Too bad, I really thought that with the link provided in Q and A and the drawings would do the trick. I bet the spiral rolls were good though icon_smile.gif .

    I to don't believe the picture for this recipe is a picture of cloverleaf rolls, they look more like the knot rolls on the suggested website except put into a muffin pan.
    Marg (CaymanDesigns)
    Tue Feb 01, 2005 9:26 pm
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    I guess I should have explained that I am figuring it is 5 or 6 slices placed standing on their sides in the muffin tin, not just 3 balls like for a cloverleaf roll. Hope to try it soon but am pretty sure what I am picturing will work. I hope so at least! icon_biggrin.gif

    Donna M.
    Wed Feb 02, 2005 12:17 am
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    I love your icon, Marg!
    Marg (CaymanDesigns)
    Wed Feb 02, 2005 11:43 am
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    Donna M. wrote:
    I love your icon, Marg!


    Thanks!! icon_biggrin.gif I found a site that has several food ones that I like so I'm enjoying rotating them.

    tasb
    Sun Feb 20, 2005 6:06 pm
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    It almost looks like a knot roll that was put into a muffin pan. I don't have premium membership so it wouldn't let me enlarge the picture. I found these instructions on Pumpkin Knot Rolls # 15564

    Roll each ball into a 10-inch rope; tie into a knot and tuck ends under, place 2 inches apart on greased baking sheets.

    Maybe roll out dough place filling in middle roll tightly then shape into knot rolls then in muffin pan.
    ** Poppy **
    Tue Mar 01, 2005 3:39 pm
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    ncmysteryshopper wrote:
    I posted a photo and a link with photos for the steps in Q & A and in the photo thread.... hope it helps



    Sorry ncmysteryshopper I can't fint the thread icon_sad.gif
    old age I guess!
    can you please post the url here?
    thank you
    Poppy icon_cool.gif
    CarrolJ
    Tue Mar 01, 2005 3:47 pm
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    ncmysteryshopper wrote:
    I posted a photo and a link with photos for the steps in Q & A and in the photo thread.... hope it helps


    Dear teammate...are you the person who created these beautiful rolls. I think your post to this thread was made prior to the FFF game...when I didn't know you. I want to know this info too! I've been monitoring this thread since the first post! (It is hard to write Dear _______without using your real name!)
    Marg (CaymanDesigns)
    Tue Mar 01, 2005 9:20 pm
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    The Chef who posted the photo is Chef #177896. She finally has a recipe up but isn't accepting emails. icon_sad.gif She also has a website listed but it is just full of ???'s and photos so not much help in getting a hold of her.

    Pretty sure the post ncmysteryshopper is referring to is this one. The thread referred to there in the photo forum is this one.

    HTH,
    NcMysteryShopper
    Wed Mar 02, 2005 8:31 am
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    Marg@Cayman Designs wrote:
    The Chef who posted the photo is Chef #177896. She finally has a recipe up but isn't accepting emails. icon_sad.gif She also has a website listed but it is just full of ???'s and photos so not much help in getting a hold of her.

    Pretty sure the post ncmysteryshopper is referring to is this one. The thread referred to there in the photo forum is this one.

    HTH,


    Yes that is the link I posted...thanks Marg. No I did not make those rolls... just found the link that showed how to do them. I did make them using the method on the web and they came out shaped just like the ones of the poster.... however.... I got side tracked out at the barn and i burned them all to heck.... i planned on making them again.... but alas.... got too many RSC recipes to make LOL. But the shape worked out well... couldnt tell you how they tasted.... icon_rolleyes.gif
    Chippie
    Thu Mar 10, 2005 11:00 am
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    Didn't read all the posts here, but if someone didn't offer it yet, here is the photo posters email address:

    susiechen@yahoo.com
    CarrolJ
    Thu Mar 10, 2005 12:43 pm
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    Chippie wrote:
    Didn't read all the posts here, but if someone didn't offer it yet, here is the photo posters email address:



    She may not appreciate it being posted here. I wouldn't.
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