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"aesdadl, ui o. J&, 2001 qI edae.dqy, t4, 1 set wooden cooking utensils 1 kitchen timer 2 kitchen towels 1 set measuring spoons 1 large wire whisk 10 blank recipe cards 2 fun-shaped sponges 1 spatula 3 small wooden spoons 2 pots fresh herbs, such as oregano (If fresh herbs are include a small jar or two d herbs) Give a basket filled with holiday cheer Time is flying. The holidays are almost here. You grow more and more frustrated with each fruitless trip to the department store. It's the same old story each year. You search high and low, in sprawling malls and small bou- tiques alike, for the perfect giJ for that "impossible" person that tells how much you care without breaking the bank. Finally, you shrug your shoulders and give in. A good gift should cost a pretty penny, right? The truth is, it often pays in more ways than one to make your own gift. Handmade presents offer the pleasure combination of showing the recipient Handmade gifts, like this easy gift basket from Creative Cook's Kitchen, never fail to deliver plenty of holiday cheer. You can start gathering the contents ahead of time and make bread twists from stere-bought bread- stick dough. just how much you care and the joy of creating something yourself. Do you have a "culinary inclined" friend or loved one? This cook's gift bas- ket with bread twists is a fresh, unique gift idea. From Creative Cook's Kitchen, this inexpensive, easy-to-make gift can be adapted for just about any- one: a hostess, a student living on his or her own for the first time, or friends who just moved into a new home. Cook's Gift Basket Start gathering the contents of your gift basket ahead of time. Look for bar- gains on housewares at department stores and supermarkets. For the Bread Twists 1/4 grated Parmesan cheese :- 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano 1/2 teaspoon dried basil 1/8 teaspoon pepper 1 egg white, lightly beaten 1 tablespoon cold water 1 can (11 ounces) refrigerated bread- stick dough For the Basket 1 large basket 1 small wooden cutting board 1 lemon reamer Making the Bread Twists Preheat the oven to 350. baking sheets with nonstick spray. Combine Parmesan oregano, basil and pepper in bowl. Mix well and set aside. white with cold water: set aside Unroll breadstick dough; along perforation lines. Cut each dough strip in wise to "make two separate about 1/2 inch thick. Pat half of cheese and herb onto dough strips, pressing adhere. Twist each strip of dough sheet to form bread twist. with egg mixture; sprinkle remaining cheese and herb Bake until golden brown, utes. Transfer to a wire Assembling the Basket To arrange the basket, utensils, like the cutting whisk and large wooden back. Place smaller items, timer, sponges and measuring in front. Arrange the bread twists in ket. Tie small wooden spoons to handle with a pretty bow. Sit back and relax, cook that holiday dinner for you! let us serving... Tradifional Turkey or PHme Rib with THmmings All the OPEN 7 DAYS 6 AM-10 PM Susanville 2222222222222222222222 2 Video Games And Accessories Limited Shop Now Before The Christmas Rushy Supplies 352 Lawrence Street Quincy 283-4958 2222222222222222222222 AT YOU R SERVICE Whether you're hosting the together, or having guests staying fo season, we offer a variety of rentals accommodate everybody. Tables & Chairs Serving Trays Beverage Fountain Coffee Pots - Roll Away Beds PortaCribs ,, High OIIIIlCY LIIMBEll & S|PPLY 2$3"2345 29/1am St,