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January 14, 2009

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Wow those are thin. You can obviously wrangle a rolling pin much better than I. I'm glad you like the recipe -- your crackers are gorgeous and I especially like the sound of the cracked pepper.

i'm so tempted to try this! i have no baking stone, but i don't think i'll let that stop me. i've never made crackers and i'm sure they're way better than anything you can buy in store.

These look wonderful! I've had not-great luck with crackers in the past but I think the pasta roller & baking stone combo will solve my problems.

They look so perfectly light and airy! Nice job!

Thanks Susan. It is a great recipe and I am very grateful you posted it!

You should give it a try even without the baking stone kickpleat. I bet it would work just fine. Maybe throw a baking sheet in the oven to heat up first.

Thanks Joelen!

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