Here's what I ordered:
- Grill pan for Dave - he said he needed something to lay on top of the grill grates when he cooks kabobs or chicken wings to make it easier to flip them without losing pieces in the fire
- Garlic slicer - diced garlic is very pungent and can be overwhelming to me and this tool creates slices that have a more toned-down flavor
- Salad chopper - these things are awesome! They can slice a whole tomato, chicken breast, peppers, etc. into small enough pieces for fajitas, chicken salad, or salsa; if I had better knife skills I wouldn't need this but my hand tends to cramp up when I'm slicing stuff...
- Corer - nuff said
- Chipotle rub
- Thai peanut sauce - this was a freebie with a purchase over a certain amount
- 'Sweeten it up' set - this contains 3 sweet mix jars: cinnamon, caramel, and mocha hazelnut; you can use them in coffee or baking projects for added sweet flavor; this is the item I used immediately and I found a new purpose for the muslin bag they came in
I rolled up the dough and sliced it up into about 12 pieces, making little cinnamon rolls.
I baked it on my stone using the directions on the crescent roll package and ended up with golden brown goodness:
While they were baking I put the 3 sprinkle mixes in the pantry with the rest of the spices and rubs and got to work repurposing the muslin bag the set came in. In my baking cabinet I have some shoebox-sized totes containing various accessories like cupcake liners, cookie cutters, sugar sprinkles, and cake decorating tools. The cake decorating one has gotten a little out of hand with the number of piping tips I've purchased, and it needed a good amount of organization. Here's the before - blech:
And after...I put all the piping tips and pastry wheels in the bag and it looks much nicer!