Ephemeral Rolls

I am surrounded by beautiful ephemera: a spent fine feather of a King Parrot recently found, the golden leaves of the Gleditsia begin to fall, this morning’s Autumn haze slowly lifts. Yet in my kitchen stands the ultimate ephemeral icon: the sausage roll.

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How long will 150 mini sausage rolls last at a teenage party tonight? Pass the sauce!

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32 thoughts on “Ephemeral Rolls”

  1. They look delicious! I think you should time them. I had my son’s football team here once..only 22 showed up but I barely had room for their gigantic running shoes. We fed them ten extra large pizzas and there wasn’t a crumb left.

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  2. I’d go those right now too. Yummo. Ephemeral has been my word of the week but related to rarely flowing creeks and pollution events. Amazing that it should pop up blogland too!

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    1. I was wandering through Coles yesterday as part of this mad catering frenzy for the teenager and my eye glanced down to that $8.00 special – and the row was EMPTY. Not fair. Maybe I’ll see if they have replenished their stock.

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    1. I am taking photos and doing mini posts along the way to keep sane. Sausage rolls, mini quiches, and sandwiches- very boring stuff. Appropriate fodder for the younger mob! But let me tell you about my legs…………….

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  3. 10 minutes I reckon! Tis a lot of work but so much nicer (not to mention cheaper) than all the packaged stuff. Great food to make ahead and freeze in batches. They will love it!

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