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Gooey Goodness – Daring Bakers' Cinnamon Rolls And Sticky Buns

Cranberry Pistachio Sticky Buns
Are you ready for Fall yet? Well, you might with these Cinnamon and Sticky Buns, courtesy of the Daring Bakers, September edition. If I were you I would trust the numerous other Daring Bakers out there (over 100 by now), tempting you with pictures of gooey goodness and telling you how wonderful and soft these are. If anything, trust me: I have made them 4 times since the recipe was announced by Marce from Pip In The City, our hostess this month. Each month takes on a different aspect as far as the challenges and recipes are concerned. Sometimes, it is the challenge of coordinating schedules, sometimes it is trying to be creative with presentation or design, this time it was just difficult to keep them around long enough to share, let alone take pictures!

Everything about this recipe from Peter Reinhart’s The Bread Baker´s Apprentice made me want to make it again and again. Lisa got us started on a comical note as poor lady was suffering tremendously from her back and made the buns within the first week of September while high on painkillers. I expect her post to draw tears from my eyes, but her experience seriously made me crave sticky buns and cinnamon rolls. I made my first batch a couple of days later, in the evening, with the intention to photograph them in the morning and bring some to the neighbors before. When I got up, my husband was long gone…so was my tray of walnut sticky buns when they should have been awaiting their photo shoot! I thought that by no, he would now the rules of baking/blogging: don’t take any, don’t give any, don’t hide any until it has been photographed…nope! I got a sweet note form one of his students a few days later “Thank you Mrs. Tartelette, the sticky buns were delicious and it was great to start the day like this…” Well, I wish I had been there too!!

Cinnamon Rolls
Now, you understand my challenge this month…but it deter me to make them again and again. I froze the cinnamon buns and proceeded to make the buns, this time with cranberries and pistachios. Probably my favorite combo of nuts/berries and it worked really well taste wise and packed a punch of visual appeal when I served them to my parents for brunch a couple of weeks ago. I changed the filling to cardamom instead of cinnamon a few times and it was jsut out of this world. We all loved the buttery goodness, (well, that’s a given with one pound of butter in the caramel part), the moistness of the dough and all the cinnamon flavor we tasted with every bite. I found that there was more than enough cinnamon sugar (used inside the rolls and buns) as well as powdered sugar glaze for the rolls. Turned out B. adds glaze as he eats away so if our mate is anything like mine, who knows?!!

Cranberry and Pistachio Sticky Buns
Cinnamon and Sticky Buns (from Peter Reinhart’s The Bread Baker’s Apprentice)
Days to Make: One (1)Active/Resting/Baking Time: 15 minutes to mix, 3 1/2 hours fermentation/shaping/proofing, 20 – 40 minutes to bakeRecipe Quantity: Eight(1) – twelve (12) large rolls or twelve (12) – sixteen (16) small rollsMaking the Dough

6 1/2 tablespoons (3.25 ounces) granulated sugar
1 teaspoon salt
5 1/2 tablespoons (2.75 ounces) shortening or unsalted butter or margarine
1 large egg, slightly beaten
1 teaspoon lemon extract OR 1 teaspoon grated zest of 1 lemon
3 1/2 cups (16 ounces) unbleached bread or all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons instant yeast*
1 1/8 to 1 1/4 cups whole milk or buttermilk, at room temperature OR 3 tablespoons powdered milk (DMS) and 1 cup water
1/2 cup cinnamon sugar (6 1/2 tablespoons granulated sugar plus 1 1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon, or any other spices you want to use, cardamom, ginger, allspice, etc.)
White fondant glaze for cinnamon buns or caramel glaze for sticky buns (at the end of the recipe.)
Walnuts, pecans, or other nuts (for sticky buns.)
Raisins or other dried fruit, such as dried cranberries or dried cherries (for sticky buns, optional.)
*Instant yeast contains about 25% more living cells per spoonful than active dry yeast, regardless of the brand. Instant yeast is also called rapid-rise or fast-rising.

Making the Dough: Cream together the sugar, salt, and shortening or butter on medium-high speed in an electric mixer with a paddle attachment (or use a large metal spoon and mixing bowl and do it by hand).
Note: if you are using powdered milk, cream the milk with the sugar, and add the water with the flour and yeast.
Whip in the egg and lemon extract/zest until smooth. Then add the flour, yeast, and milk. Mix on low speed (or stir by hand) until the dough forms a ball. Switch to the dough hook and increase the speed to medium, mixing for approximately 10 minutes (or knead by hand for 12 to 15 minutes), or until the dough is silky and supple, tacky but not sticky. You may have to add a little flour or water while mixing to achieve this texture. Lightly oil a large bowl and transfer the dough to the bowl, rolling it around to coat it with oil. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap.

Fermentation: Ferment at room temperature for approximately 2 hours, or until the dough doubles in size.

Form the Buns: Mist the counter with spray oil and transfer the dough to the counter. Roll out the dough with a rolling pin, lightly dusting the top with flour to keep it from sticking to the pin. Roll it into a rectangle about 2/3 inch thick and 14 inches wide by 12 inches long for larger buns, or 18 inches wide by 9 inches long for smaller buns. Don´t roll out the dough too thin, or the finished buns will be tough and chewy rather than soft and plump. Sprinkle the cinnamon sugar over the surface of the dough and roll the dough up into a cigar-shaped log, creating a cinnamon-sugar spiral as you roll. With the seam side down, cut the dough into 8 to 12 pieces each about 1 3/4 inches thick for larger buns, or 12 to 16 pieces each 1 1/4 inch thick for smaller buns.)

Prepare the Buns for Proofing:
For cinnamon buns: line 1 or more sheet pans with baking parchment. Place the buns approximately 1/2 inch apart so that they aren´t touching but are close to one another.
For sticky buns: coat the bottom of 1 or more baking dishes or baking pans with sides at least 1 1/2 inches high with a 1/4 inch layer of the caramel glaze. Sprinkle on the nuts and raisins (if you are using raisins or dried fruit.) You do not need a lot of nuts and raisins, only a sprinkling. Lay the pieces of dough on top of the caramel glaze, spacing them about 1/2 inch apart. Mist the dough with spray oil and cover loosely with plastic wrap or a food-grade plastic bag.

Proof the Buns: Proof at room temperature for 75 to 90 minutes, or until the pieces have grown into one another and have nearly doubled in size. You may also retard the shaped buns in the refrigerator for up to 2 days, pulling the pans out of the refrigerator 3 to 4 hours before baking to allow the dough to proof.

Bake the Buns:
Preheat the oven to 350°F (175°C) with the oven rack in the middle shelf for cinnamon buns but on the lowest shelf for sticky buns.
Bake the cinnamon buns for 20 to 30 minutes or the sticky buns 30 to 40 minutes, or until golden brown. If you are baking sticky buns, remember that they are really upside down (regular cinnamon buns are baked right side up), so the heat has to penetrate through the pan and into the glaze to caramelize it. The tops will become the bottoms, so they may appear dark and done, but the real key is whether the underside is fully baked. It takes practice to know just when to pull the buns out of the oven.

Cool the buns:
For cinnamon buns, cool the buns in the pan for about 10 minutes and then streak white fondant glaze across the tops, while the buns are warm but not too hot. Remove the buns from the pans and place them on a cooling rack. Wait for at least 20 minutes before serving.
For the sticky buns, cool the buns in the pan for 5 to 10 minutes and then remove them by flipping them over into another pan. Carefully scoop any run-off glaze back over the buns with a spatula. Wait at least 20 minutes before serving.

Toppings for the Buns:

White fondant glaze for cinnamon buns:
Cinnamon buns are usually topped with a thick white glaze called fondant. There are many ways to make fondant glaze, but here is a delicious and simple version, enlivened by the addition of citrus flavor, either lemon or orange. You can also substitute vanilla extract or rum extract, or simply make the glaze without any flavorings.
Sift 4 cups of powdered sugar into a bowl. Add 1 teaspoon of lemon or orange extract and 6 tablespoons to 1/2 cup of warm milk, briskly whisking until all the sugar is dissolved. Add the milk slowly and only as much as is needed to make a thick, smooth paste.
When the buns have cooled but are still warm, streak the glaze over them by dipping the tines of a fork or a whisk into the glaze and waving the fork or whisk over the tops. Or, form the streaks by dipping your fingers in the glaze and letting it drip off as you wave them over the tops of the buns. (Remember to wear latex gloves.)

Caramel glaze for sticky buns
Caramel glaze is essentially some combination of sugar and fat, cooked until it caramelizes. The trick is catching it just when the sugar melts and lightly caramelizes to a golden amber. Then it will cool to a soft, creamy caramel. If you wait too long and the glaze turns dark brown, it will cool to a hard, crack-your-teeth consistency. Most sticky bun glazes contain other ingredients to influence flavor and texture, such as corn syrup to keep the sugar from crystallizing and flavor extracts or oils, such as vanilla or lemon. This version makes the best sticky bun glaze of any I´ve tried. It was developed by my wife, Susan, for Brother Juniper´s Cafe in Forestville, California.
NOTE: you can substitute the corn syrup for any neutral flavor syrup, like cane syrup or gold syrup.
1. In the bowl of an electric mixer, combine 1/2 cup granulated sugar, 1/2 cup firmly packed brown sugar, 1/2 teaspoon salt, and 1/2 pound unsalted butter, at room temperature.
2. Cream together for 2 minutes on high speed with the paddle attachment. Add 1/2 cup corn syrup and 1 teaspoon lemon, orange or vanilla extract. Continue to cream for about 5 minutes, or until light and fluffy.
3. Use as much of this as you need to cover the bottom of the pan with a 1/4-inch layer. Refrigerate and save any excess for future use; it will keep for months in a sealed container.

Cinnamon Rolls
I might make another batch before this coming week is over! Thanks Marce for picking up such a recipe. Thanks Lisa and Ivonne, founders of the Daring Bakers, for managing this wonderful group with such gusto and taste. Check the blogroll to read more sticky goodness!

I was lucky enough to photograph the buns and rolls on pictures framed by my mom. See, her talent is that she is a framing artist. My dad paints watercolors and that’s how she got started, she took classes to be able to display his work. After many years, the class became more of a group of friends, challenging themselves with new techniques. Last year I ordered a set of prints from a French artist, Anne-Soline, 3 fairies and 3 dancers, and she brought them over this trip, double bubble-wrapped. They made it one piece, which enabled me to play around with the layout of the pictures.

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MyKitchenInHalfCups September 30, 2007 um 4:54 am


Sit down.

I mean WOW WOW! and WOW!

I’ve now fallen for cranberries and pistachios! Those are fabulous!
This was a really great challenge!
Your Mom & Dad sound so grand. And the husband who doesn’t get the rules, really? You just make them over and over, too funny!

Anonymous September 30, 2007 um 5:12 am

beautiful buns, and framed prints! the cranberry/pistachio combo sounds fabulous and looks like jewels.

tunetworker September 30, 2007 um 5:25 am

This is just great, thanks a lot for this info!

Anh September 30, 2007 um 5:59 am

Helen, what a great idea to incorporate pistachio and cranberries into the buns! I love these!

KJ September 30, 2007 um 6:48 am

Your buns look so good. You have some great ideas for fillings and spice mixes. I think I will be trying some of them in the future.

Your Mum is obviously very clever and talented. Your framed pictures are lovely.

Katie September 30, 2007 um 6:56 am

Your sticky buns look fantastic! I love the pistachio cranberry combo you used. They look very festive.

Kelly-Jane September 30, 2007 um 7:35 am

Fabulous buns, and beautiful pictures too 🙂

Rosa's Yummy Yums September 30, 2007 um 8:20 am

Just magnificent and wonderfully gooey!!!



Peabody September 30, 2007 um 8:21 am

Our minds must have been out of sync this time around…we didn’t do the same thing! 🙂
Love the gooey buns with the pistachios and cranberries.

Anne September 30, 2007 um 8:35 am

Ah, cranberries and pistachios was a really good idea – I love the photos!

Ilva September 30, 2007 um 8:39 am

They really look gorgeous and your different fillings are very inspiring!

Hilda September 30, 2007 um 9:12 am

Oh yummy, il va falloir que j’essaye des cranberries avec des pistaches, je n’y avais même pas pensé, et comme d’hab, tes créations sont superbes. Ma mère aussi faisait de l’encadrement quand j’étais petite et mon père lui faisait des maquettes (qu’il créait) et de la reliure but that’s not his job, it was just for fun.

Amanda at Little Foodies September 30, 2007 um 9:12 am

Beautiful pics! Were you cross that the buns went without their photo call or did you just laugh?
I knew your parents would be talented too.

Dagmar September 30, 2007 um 9:40 am

They look fantastic; great photos!! What a lovely idea to use cranberries and pistachios!

Nazca September 30, 2007 um 11:26 am

Love the pistachio addition. How you managed not to eat them all before they got anywhere near the buns is a question for another time 😉

Jen the Bread Freak September 30, 2007 um 11:50 am

Oh dear, now you’ve done it! I’m going to have to make these again with cranberries and pistachios! What a great idea, and they are so beautiful 😀

Anonymous September 30, 2007 um 12:06 pm

Oh wow helen, those buns are a thing of beauty! I especially like the cranberry and pistachio topping- that definitely looked heavenly!

Anonymous September 30, 2007 um 12:07 pm

Oh, I’m ready for fall! I’m ready!!!

And I’m ready for a pan full of those buns especially the ones with the pistachios and cranberries.

Beautiful, comme toujours, my friend!

Lis September 30, 2007 um 12:21 pm

Simply beautiful as always! They look so tender and melt in your mouth-y! hehe

Love the sticky buns the most though, they turned out SO PRETTY!


slush September 30, 2007 um 1:17 pm

Lovely, just lovely! I agree, I would like to try the pistachio/cranberry combo now. As always, fantastic job!

Anonymous September 30, 2007 um 1:27 pm

Love the cranberries and pistachios combo. Coupled with the stickiness of sticky buns.. lethal but lovely 🙂

fanny September 30, 2007 um 1:35 pm

your sticky buns look so pretty – like tiny jewel boxes…
Im in awe.


Meeta K. Wolff September 30, 2007 um 1:38 pm

Pistachios and cranberries – an awesome combination. I just love your buns Helene!

Laura September 30, 2007 um 2:34 pm

I have a definite hankering for pistachio sticky buns Helen, I would have stolen a whole plateful of them had I been anywhere near your kitchen too!

Anonymous September 30, 2007 um 2:40 pm

Delicious and beautiful…what more can I say?

Anonymous September 30, 2007 um 3:13 pm

The cranberry and pistachios make it look so healthy! Wonderfully done!

monica September 30, 2007 um 3:21 pm

your buns are gorgeous! i love the cranberry/pistachio combo….and the cardamom was a huge hit over here, too.

Anonymous September 30, 2007 um 3:26 pm

Very classy as always, my dear. The sticky buns with the pistachios belong in a cookbook, they look too pretty to eat… though I think I might eat them anyway not to make you feel bad, I´m that nice 😉

Brilynn September 30, 2007 um 3:46 pm

The cranberries adn pistachios look sooo good on top, what a great combo!

Anonymous September 30, 2007 um 3:49 pm

Gorgeous. I like the topping on the sticky bun.

Sheltie Girl September 30, 2007 um 4:01 pm

Fabulous – I’m inspired to bake the recipe again, but this time make your version of the sticky buns.

Sheltie Girl @ Gluten A Go Go

Finla September 30, 2007 um 4:20 pm

When i saw in a another blog about the daring bakers cinamon roll , i knew i should check out yours, as your always look and i can feel it wil taster super delicious.
I must say i was correct :-)))) It is looking super delicious.

Unknown September 30, 2007 um 4:21 pm

Love your sticky buns Helene – they look so perfect for the holidays! And I also love the prints, what a great backdrop for your baked goods!

myriam September 30, 2007 um 4:23 pm

they look so elegant – as always! loving it! m
PS: did you get the apron?… i hope it didnt get lost in the US mail..

african vanielje September 30, 2007 um 4:36 pm

everything you do looks so daintily perfect and delicious. It is reassuring to hear your buns went AWOL. Good thing too because the cranberry and pistachio are gorgeous

Mehgan September 30, 2007 um 6:13 pm

OMG, look at all those toppings on the sticky buns! Heaven!

kellypea September 30, 2007 um 6:14 pm

Helene, the colorful combination of nuts and fruit are so beautiful, as is the art of your mother’s framing. I’m always amazed when you speak of just how many times you bake. I already feel like I never leave the kitchen. Goodness! I’m definitely going to try cardamom next time…

Belinda September 30, 2007 um 7:29 pm

Helene, what outstanding examples of both versions of these buns! The cinnamon buns look so delicate and delicious, and the sticky buns! Wow! You really took them to the ultimate level with the cranberries and pistachios…they are stunningly beautiful…so festive and cheerful. Gorgeous! I am so thrilled to be a part of the Daring Bakers! 🙂 Your parents have each passed down a bit of their creativity to you, Helene…that’s so wonderful.

Karen Baking Soda September 30, 2007 um 9:20 pm

Oh my…. crave the pistachio cranberry ones… that one picture makes me drool!

Nora B. September 30, 2007 um 9:47 pm

Beautiful! I like your version with the cardamom, pistachio and cranberries. You’re a genius!

p/s: my partner has done the same thing (re: take my baked goods to work without asking first). I was not a very nice person to come home to that day….

breadchick September 30, 2007 um 9:51 pm

Helen, as usual you have out done each and every one of us! What a fantastic combination for the buns!! I would never have thought of that. Glad you are having such a wonderful time with your folks!

Jenny September 30, 2007 um 10:12 pm

Cranberries and pistachios! That’s the combination I wish I’d thought of! Actually, with Thanksgiving next weekend, maybe I will make these for breakfast that day!
As usual, everything you made looks amazing. As does your Mom’s framing!

Chris September 30, 2007 um 11:37 pm

Helen -Helen – Helen! Your pictures are making my stutter…lovely!

Anonymous October 1, 2007 um 12:09 am

Drat, I can’t see the photos 🙁 Is it me?

April October 1, 2007 um 12:20 am

I love the cranberry/pistachio topping!! Beautiful job!

Bruno October 1, 2007 um 1:22 am

Helene, your buns are sooo lovely!!

Dharm October 1, 2007 um 1:35 am

What a great idea to make pistachio and cranberry buns!! I loved the writeup but for some reason the pictures wouldnt show up… pout. I’ll try again later!

Mercotte October 1, 2007 um 5:03 am

ben alors ça c’est la meilleure, j’étais en train d’admirer ta photo de ces magnifiques cinnamon rolls et elle est partie comme par magie !! En tout cas pas grave je l’avais vue !!
Superbe ça donne envie c’est sûr!!

Dharm October 1, 2007 um 6:57 am

I can see the pictures now and all I can say is WOW! The buns are sooo great and look so fluffy and yummy. I WANT ONE NOW!!

ilingc October 1, 2007 um 8:19 am

It’s really not my fault, I’ve only seen 3 of these today… but now I’m really hanging out for one of those pistachio and cranberry buns! Except there is no way I will be able to make some or even buy anything remotely close to yours to satisfy my craving for tonight.

I think I need to lie down now. The thought of not being able to have any is beginning to overwhelm me a bit.

You’d think that I would have learned to avoid your blog now when I’m hungry. LOL.

sunita October 1, 2007 um 8:41 am

The buns look amazing…I can understand the buns doing the disappearing act… In my case, there were three pairs of hands(2 small and 1 big kid :-D) ready to pounce upon them…it was really challenging to photograph them.

Brittany October 1, 2007 um 9:03 am

Goregous!! The cranberry-pistachio buns make me want to welcome fthe chilly season with a big hug and kiss!

The Baker & The Curry Maker October 1, 2007 um 10:35 am

You’re so right – again and again! They look great!

Thistlemoon October 1, 2007 um 11:15 am

The very first thing I said to myself when I saw the sticky bun was: "Are those pistachios? Tartlette REALLY is a baking goddess!"

Truffle October 1, 2007 um 11:18 am

Oh those pistachios are such a wonderful choice. They are simply breathtaking!

Anonymous October 1, 2007 um 1:02 pm

Cranberry and pistachio? I would have never thought of that… your sticky buns are absolutely stunning. Thank you for your glowing comments on my buns, Helen! You are such a talented baker

Mila October 1, 2007 um 1:46 pm

Loved the buns!! They made me almost eat my computer…The combo is just perfect!!

Anonymous October 1, 2007 um 3:24 pm

Great picture of the pistachio and cranberry sticky buns. I am drooling on my keyboard…

Anonymous October 1, 2007 um 4:05 pm

I love the way your sticky buns turned out…bejeweled with emerald pistachios and ruby cranberries! 🙂

Anonymous October 1, 2007 um 4:49 pm

I am a Daring Bakers participant for the time as of October. Looking at your photographs, I cannot wait to begin ! These truly look amazing.

Alpineberry Mary October 1, 2007 um 5:20 pm

Your buns definitely look very autumnal!

Deborah October 1, 2007 um 5:55 pm

I was noticing the frame when I first saw your blog, so I’m glad you mentioned what it was – it really shows a great photo with meaning behind it! I really love the colors of the pistachios and cranberries – it looks like it worked to your advantage that the first batch disappeared!

Unknown October 1, 2007 um 6:01 pm

Your husband is the sticky bun thief!

I do not think there is a better combo than pistachio and cardamom. Yum.

Rose October 1, 2007 um 6:09 pm

I love the cranberry and pistachio! Perfect for the holidays coming up. Great idea to use cardamom also. Thanks!

Amy October 1, 2007 um 6:46 pm

Ooh I love your cranberry and pistachio combo. It was getting late when I finished making my sticky buns so I decided to photograph them the next day, then I procrastinated and before you know it, they were all gone. I too will be making this recipe again and again.

Susan @ SGCC October 2, 2007 um 12:48 am

Your sticky buns look beautiful! They are my favorite morning treat. That is how I came up with the name for my blog. I was watching a cooking show and they were making sticky buns.

I love the pistachio/cranberry combo. They would be great on a Holiday buffet.

Preppy Napkin October 2, 2007 um 1:54 am

Look yummy!

Anne October 2, 2007 um 6:57 am

Everything in this post is beautiful. You made such perfect cinnamon rolls and sticky buns 🙂

Anonymous October 2, 2007 um 7:13 am

Une recette à faire absolument pour retrouver mes petits déjeuners aux USA! J’ai hâte! Magnifique!

Maggie October 2, 2007 um 6:40 pm

I have to say 'oh my goodness me'. I wasn’t an envious person until I started visiting your foodblog.
The photographs are stunning – thank you for sharing the recipes.

LizNoVeggieGirl October 2, 2007 um 7:03 pm

you’ve certainly done the cinnamon rolls and the sticky buns justice!! gorgeous autumn version you’ve made here, with the cranberries and pistachios :0)

Anonymous October 2, 2007 um 7:12 pm

These look AMAZING!!!! You always have such inspired ideas :).

Anonymous October 3, 2007 um 12:13 am

Your rolls look like jewel-encrusted pieces of heaven. I love the idea of pistachio and cranberry together. Excuse me now, I need to go bake….

Anonymous October 3, 2007 um 7:02 pm

All you daring bakers outdid yourselves with this challenge, but yours is especially unique! What a great flavor combination!

Aoife October 4, 2007 um 12:03 am

You made them four times? That’s amazing. And cranberry/pistachio sounds like it would be great for the holidays!

cupcaketastic October 4, 2007 um 10:11 pm

Cranberries and pistachios, my favourites, these look spectactular. I love your blog. Will be back soon.

Elle October 5, 2007 um 3:24 am

Love the colorfulness of the sticky buns with the cranberries and pistacios, but really like the photo taken on the art your Mom framed. Classic.

Julie October 5, 2007 um 2:18 pm

All your photos are amazing! And I love the addition of pistachios and cranberries to your buns–both a garnish and a wonderful addition to the taste.

Kudos to your mom on the mat-cutting class. That can be a frustrating hobby!

Dolores October 8, 2007 um 6:08 am

Cranberry & pistachio sticky buns… I am going to weigh 400 pounds by the time I try everyone’s creative takes on this recipe. And I’m going to charge my Weight Watchers' membership to the Daring Bakers… 🙂

How To Eat A Cupcake October 9, 2007 um 12:32 am

I’m so glad to see all my favorite food bloggers doing sticky buns!

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Anonymous October 26, 2007 um 7:35 pm

Good job!

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Wonderful blog.

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Anonymous October 30, 2007 um 6:16 am

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Good job!

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Suganya November 12, 2007 um 6:24 pm

You must be tired of hearing this, but, Helen, your pictures are always good. Congratulations on yr winning DMBLGiT.

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