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March 27, 2011

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Amy

Wow, you're committed. I would've probably opened a bottle of wine and eaten the chocolate straight. 6 hours? Day-um!

Suebob

Holy cow. Remind me to get myself to the local chocolatier to spend $32 a pound on truffles, because there is no way in hell I'm spending 6 hours and messing up the kitchen to make them.

Yours are adorable, though, in a lumpy misshapen kind of way.

Shannon

Oh. My. God. SIX HOURS. Never in a million years would have the fortitude to complete that activity. I would have been forced to take my daughter out for ice cream instead.

Blondie

This post made me LMAO. That is all. XXOO

Tracie

Wow. Just wow. Six hours is crazy.

Not a project that I would take on, because it would probably end with a very frazzled me and possibly a partially burned down kitchen. I'm totally impressed that you got all that chocolate tempered.

I liked the bunny that let the bear do his makeup. And the chocolate looks like it is very yummy....so that is a plus.

Erin Margolin

yeah, i don't have a candy thermometer. but the chocolate sure looks good!
proud of you for attempting this! i wouldn't have been so brave!

starrlife

Hah... that tickled me! Sounds like a PIA project but you sure did make the most of it!

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Useful tutorial very inspiring. You are very patient to spend 6 hours making truffles. Like that you put your imagination and create those little animal truffles :D So cute

Kristi

How many of those hours did Angel spend "helping?"
Patience of a saint. Crazy like a fox. AND you have mad candy decorating skillz. :)

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