Congratulations on the sale! Won't comment on the peanut butter balls. Except they do sound tasty.
Congrats on the sale! Like Alex said, those peanut butter balls sound great, Roland
Alex: Thanks. It's a nice little spark.Roland: Thanks. The peanut butter balls are resting in the fridge.
Hurrah for you HW! Keep on selling!I anticipate this is but the first of a good many such sales.As to peanut butter balls, well, anything with peanut butter in it is automatically a favorite thing of mine so I can get past the otherwise lackluster name. Are they similar to buckeyes? http://allrecipes.com/recipe/buckeyes-i/Maybe you could call them something else eyes. Or maybe I need to keep thinking.Anyway, Happy Holidays to you and yours!
yeah, if they have peanut butter I won't be fussy about what you call them :)
Mmmm Peanut butter. Now you got me craving.
Congratz on the sale, lets hope there'll be a few more heading out of the door. Still no luck with "The Fades"?
Awesome! Congratulations! :)
Alien: I don't know what a buckeyes is but the something else eyes, made me laugh. Thanks for the link. Will check it out.mshatch: Still trying to come up with something better.Tanya: Wish I could teleport you some.Dangerous Brian: Thanks bunches. It feels good.Ray: Still no luck :-(James: Much thanks. I'm excited.
Congratulations on your sale! Go you! I love the sound of your peanut butter balls, there is only one other ingredient I would add to turn this into the perfect treat. ;)
Elaine: HAHAHAHAHA, I just got that. Very funny. Thanks for the congrats.
Congratulations and lets hope the floodgates open with more!
Congrats! And, in my experience, peanut butter balls and buckeyes are the same thing. No matter what you call them, they are tasty.
Lurker: Thanks and I hope so.Professor: The only thing with the peanut butter balls is they can't be eaten with fingers. It's like a mush but I ball it with a tiny ice cream baller.
Good for you!*Reaches through cyberspace and grabs some of those peanut butter treats...*