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CINNAMON GLAZED PECANS 2 egg whites 1 lb. pecans 3/4 c. sugar 2 tsp. cinnamon Beat egg whites until stiff. Stir in pecans. Add sugar and cinnamon. Spread on cookie sheet on cake pan. Bake 1 hour at 200 degrees, stirring every 15 minutes.

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  1. #1
    Liss
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    CINNAMON GLAZED PECANS

    2 egg whites
    1 lb. pecans
    3/4 c. sugar
    2 tsp. cinnamon

    Beat egg whites until stiff. Stir in pecans. Add sugar and cinnamon. Spread
    on cookie sheet on cake pan. Bake 1 hour at 200 degrees, stirring every 15
    minutes.



    Presentation Idea- Present them in cone shape colored cellophane bags.



  2. #2
    Kim Mangels
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    We haven't done a theme-cool idea!- but have gone to a $5 limit and get

    either a man or woman's gift on hubby's side of the family. We don't

    give cheap gifts necessarily either. We all shop sales. Last year I

    was able to get a $10 book(jokes for guys) for $2 so I threw in a

    couple of lottery tickets. This year the men's gift is a travel/shave

    kit originally $15 marked down to $5 after Christmas last year. When

    hubby saw it, he sent me back for one for him! And the woman's gift is

    a set of inexpensive kitchen linens that I've embellished with a little

    crochet and a couple of crocheted wash cloths-they last practically

    forever.



    The way we do it is when it comes time for the gift exchange, we all

    draw numbers(men & women separate). The first person opens their gift

    but that is no guarantee they get to keep it. The second person

    can "steal" it. When it is #2's turn, they can take any unwrapped gift

    or choose a wrapped one. If they choose an unwrapped one the person

    whose gift was "stolen" picks a replacement. It is sometimes funny to

    watch how often something gets passed around.








 

 

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