I have collected coins for as long as I can remember. My dad got me started at a very early age. I was shocked to receive a weird looking golden quarter this morning in my black Friday change.
The first thing that ran though my mind is WOW, I am rich. This is a mint error of a state park quarter struck on a Sacagawea blank. Worth at least hundred of thousands. I quickly compared it’s size to another quarter and it was well inside normal specs. Is this some sort of sign that I am truly suppose to move to Phoenix for my company?
A quick Google search on my phone from the parking lot still shaking a little. The mint did produce some golden state quarters and worth about $5.00. Excitement over 🙁
Guess it wasn’t a sign and that I have to go to work Monday morning. It was fun for the 3 to 5 minutes it lasted.
So over the years most of you know I love to cook, bake and eat. I have held my recipes close, but decided it was time to open up the vault and place them on the blog and share with the world.
3 lbs of seedless grapes, I prefer Holiday Globes.
16 ounces of cream cheese
16 ounces of Sour Cream
1 Cup white sugar
Combine cream cheese, sour cream, white sugar, and vanilla in a large mixing bowl.
Gently fold in the grapes
Carefully place grape mixture into 9 X 13 pan. I use back of a large spoon to smooth out flat.
cover mixture with a layer of brown sugar. At least one cup but I just dump until looks right.
Finally cover with chopped pecan pieces. I use the 2 cup bag.
Refrigerate 30 – 60 minutes and enjoy!
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