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« on: June 08, 2008 02:01:21 AM »

Can someone tell me please if I make the Oreo Balls, links:
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If I make these for a picnic type outside celebration will they hold up?  I plan to take them to the party straight from my fridge to the fridge at the outside party (there is a shed with a fridge) then take them out at eating time?  Moderate warm day,lots of humidity.
 
Or an alternative dessert recipe for Shavuot (The festival of the weeks) in the fields?  Meaning a dairy recipe that will hold up in picnic conditions.  (there is a fridge on site) I'd appreciate any and all help.  Thank you!!
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« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2008 05:49:23 AM »

If it's moderately warm I wouldn't worry about them. You don't want to leave them unrefrigerated for more than 2 hours due to the cheese anyway. If it's longer than that you can always plate half up, and when those are gone get the rest out of the fridge.
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« Reply #2 on: June 08, 2008 10:22:20 AM »

CraftyChef, Thank you so much for your advice!!!  Seems that the "powers" are not with me.  Just got a weather report that it will be hotter than normal tomorrow....how that changed in a matter of hours who knows!!!  So I'm back to square one.  Oh well.  The mud uhhh the dough is in the fridge right now so I guess I'll make a few changes and serve them at the family bar-b-q tomorrow afternoon and just make something else for tomorrow evening (5pm still hot).  Thank you again.
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« Reply #3 on: June 14, 2008 12:28:44 AM »

Well, I ended up just scrapping the idea.  Temps hit around 100F so I made cheese pastries instead.  My BF ate the "mud" from the fridge.  I really should have taken a pic of that but she'd never forgive me.lol  Thank you again for the help.
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