This is a great appetizer or something quick to whip together yet looks difficult. Maybe to impress that special someone. *wink wink* My kids love this, especially after a day spent skiing.
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1 tube of crescent roll dough
1 round of brie cheese (do not remove rind) (For those who never tried brie, it’s very mild)
Raspberry jam or other sweet jam
· Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
· With a paring knife, cut a thin layer of the rind off the top of the brie. This will make the pastry dough stick to the cheese when eating it.
· On a non-stick cookie pan flatten crescent roll dough and set cheese in the center.
· Place jam on top of cheese. The amount is to your liking. Fold the dough corners over the cheese and pinch together.
· Place a handful of brown sugar on top.
· Bake for 30 mins then let cool for 10 mins before serving.
Instead of brown sugar you can use maple syrup.
You can eat it with crackers.
You can add apples slices.
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Chronicles of Eorthe, Book 1
Stranded in another dimension, on a primitive version of Earth, Dr. Susan Barlow needs to find a way to survive. There’s no electricity, no cities, and to her shock, no humans. Instead, she faces a population of werewolves, vampires and incubi. The people are vicious but she must find her place among them. And live.
An illness is killing Sorin’s pack. As alpha it’s his responsibility to save them, but it’s a battle this warrior doesn’t know how to fight. Then a blue light in the sky brings a creature he’s never seen. She calls herself human, but to him she smells like hope.
Sorin offers Susan a safe haven in return for a cure, but she’s not that kind of a doctor. She’s a doctor of physics, not a physician. Yet as they search for a cure to save a dying people, they find something special—each other.
But even with Sorin’s protection, Susan can’t help but wonder how long she can survive in a world without humans…
Warning: Feral shifters, power-hungry vampires, and a sole human female suffering culture shock.
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