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1  PacMan - Advent calendar in Winter Holidays by Arunacat on: November 29, 2013 09:07:57 AM
I am crafting a special advent calendar for my husband every year to match all those interest we share or the things he likes. After doing several calendars with favourite tv series or film as themes I decided to use his love for classic arcade games this year.

So here it is. My advent calendar version of PacMan. I'll put it up on saturday an he'll get to see it the next morning.



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2  COMPLETED: all Challenge: Puff pastry - tomato - squares in Recipes and Cooking Tips by Arunacat on: October 29, 2010 06:27:53 AM
I am new to this board but I thought I might as well try my luck in this challenge and share a really simple finger food idea.

Puff pastry - tomato - squares

Ingredients:
1 package of puff pastry
2 tomatoes, 1 garlic clove, olive oil, pepper & salt, some basil

Preparation:
Preheat the oven to 350F. Cut the puff pastry into 1.5 inch squares.
Cut the tomatoes into thin slices. Put the tomato slices on the puff pastry squares.
Season the squares with some pepper.
Place those squares on a baking tray which is covered with baking paper.
Put the tray into the oven for about 15 minutes or until the edges are slightly golden.

Cut the garlic clove into small cubes. Cut the basil into small stripes.
Mix the garlic with some olive oil and basil stripes. Brush the squares with the olive-garlic-basil mixture and season with some salt.

Can be served either warm and cold.

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3  Tardis as advent calendar 2010 in Winter Holidays by Arunacat on: October 29, 2010 06:02:20 AM
I have been crafting advent calendars for my husband for over 10 years now. I have done nearly everything and this year I came up with this idea. I made an 8 inch Tardis out of cardboard, lots of glue and paint. It's not quite ready but I wanted to show it anyway.

Inside the tardis there will be 24 small & flat packages. These packages will contain a "Geekory" which will be a special set of memory game cards with lots of geeky stuff on them. I'll mix the cards so that he'll never get a complete pair in one day. But by the end he'll have a nice set.

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