Monday, February 27, 2006

Webhead Cheryl Oakes

Webhead Cheryl Oakes
Erika and Carla,
I made the brigadeiros, and as you will see they are not as beautiful without their jimmies. However, they are yummy. My sons will not complain.Thanks for the recipe.

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At 7:47 PM, Blogger Isabel Teixeira said...

They look delicious Cheryl. Did your children like them?
Isabel- Brazil

At 8:45 PM, Blogger Cheryl Oakes said...

They are at college for the week. I put them in the refrigerator and will save them until the weekend. They will love them!
Beijinhos and thanks for the comments.

At 5:15 AM, Blogger carla said...

Dear Cheryl,

I loved the idea to have the brigadeiros in the pottery! Well, as for the right time to get them good enough to roll them, that's the tricky part, so I think you should come to Brazil so that I could teach you! Brigadeiro is one of my specialties and my kids and husband love them. We also love to eat plain and simple on the spoon. Anyhow, you did a great job!!! I'm sure your kids will love it.

Carla mouthwatering in Brazil

At 5:27 PM, Blogger Erika Cruvinel said...

Hi Cheryl
You made it! You are so special! I wish I was there to help you. It must have been so much fun! As Carla said, there is a trick to know when they will be good enough to roll. When you are able to see the bottom of the pan, it is time to stop cooking it. You have to let it cool completely before rolling them. Way to go!
Hugs from Brazil
Erika Cruvinel

At 2:38 PM, Blogger SUSAN BURG said...

Cheryl, nice blog and I missed the recipe for brigadeiros and so if you get a chance send it to me.

Susan in Italy

At 4:49 PM, Blogger Magda Mendes said...

The brigadeiros look delicious.
What do your students do in United States?
The weather is cold now.

I live in Brazil,and I like very much this country.

Bianca (teacher Magda).

At 4:52 PM, Blogger Magda Mendes said...

The brigadeiros look really nice! Where did you get the recipe?
Magda (Brazil)


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