This Picnic Time Cheese Board and Knife Set features a swivel-style circular chopping board made of naturally durable hardwood. The unique design holds four cheese tools inside and features a recessed moat along the board's edge to catch cheese brine or other liquids. The Circo cheese board offers over 82 square inches of cutting surface! Perfect for the cheese connoisseur! This cheese board and knife set includes: 1 Hard cheese knife 1 Cheese shaver 1 Fork-tipped cheese knife 1 Cheese spreader Dimensions: 10.25" Diameter x 1.5" Availability:This Picnic Time Cheese Board and Knife Set takes approximately 2 business days to leave the warehouse plus transit time.
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Before I begin this post, I just wanted to say how grateful I am. I have run into a lot of angels in Earthly form the last few months and you all will never know how much you have helped me during this trying time in my life. I was so overwhelmed with gratitude today that I sat in my car and cried for a good ten minutes. I'm not normally a crier so I had to explain to my daughter that I wasn't sad, but instead just thankful. Be assured, when I have the opportunity I will pay things forward and hopefully be able to help someone out the way you all have helped me. Thank you from the bottom of my heart! 1. I was gifted with some inspiration when it came to using up the masses of ground turkey in the freezer that WASN'T turkey burgers. I made summer sausage with two pounds of ground turkey using the recipe HERE instead of ground beef (seen above before I wrapped the last log and stuck them in the freezer).
I doubled the spices in the original recipe as turkey is so much milder tasting than beef, but I kept the salt at the same for one recipe. And it was still too salty for my pallet so next time I'm going to take Dorothy's advice and knock the salt back even further. It's edible, but definitely salty. Thanks for the recipe, Dorothy! Now that I finally found my liquid smoke (I KNEW I had some!) I am going to try my hand at making pepperoni with some next (another Dorothy inspiration :). This will give us lunch meat and pizza fixings for the freezer for a while and is definitely cost effective with the ground turkey. 2. I survived my husband being out of town (yay!). My son always regresses when my husband is gone and was in an awful mood while he was away, so I was doubly glad to see him back home.
3. I was able to help out someone who needed some assistance with some advertising things she was doing for her son's band. 4. I baked bread, cinnamon rolls (yum! I was all excited to try it out as the gal who wrote it has like a cookie empire going on and this cookie supposedly built her business. So, I made it, omitting the optional coconut that was in the recipe (since I didn't have any). And the cookies came out okay. Not fluffy or crinkled the way they were supposed to, but they tasted alright. I think that the coconut should PROBABLY have been mandatory instead of voluntary or they should have given instructions to up the flour as I'm thinking the flattened cookies was probably caused by not enough structural integrity. Next time I'll probably just stick with the old Quaker Oats recipe for oatmeal cookies as I know my husband really likes those. Clifford the Big Red Dog and my son broke the tape pulling it out. My son is kind of obsessed with the tape right now so I was freaking out this morning trying to figure out what to do.