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in The Kitchen
Posted December 16, 2007
Posted December 15, 2007
What do you think is the best boxed candy?
My cousin-in-law always sends us a box of candy from See's candy in California...... It is the BEST!!!! YUM
Growing up... my dad would get a box of Fannie Mae candy for the holidays... it was also good, but I love See's candy!
A sandwich from Burger King :thumb
Posted December 10, 2007
A BBQ pork sandwich
in Prayer Requests
He has been fighting a kidney infection.... he was on one antibiotic, and that did not work, so now they have him on another one.... he only has one kidney, he lost the other one during his cancer surgery several years ago. Thanks :praying
in General Chats
I am a mere 5'4" :smile
Posted December 6, 2007
I finally have a day off.... so I am decorating today... :clap:
Are you decorated for Christmas? Do you have your tree up, the outside of your house decorated..... how do you decorate, and what do you decorate?
Hotdogs and fries....
Tonight BBQ pork tenderloin, peas, rolls and some kind of dessert :thumb
Posted November 28, 2007
Yeah I saw the Tn vs KY game wanted KY to win though .
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Hello and welcome :Green
Posted November 25, 2007
WHEW!!!!!!!!!!!! Anyone else watch the Tennessee/Kentucky game? 4 OT's But Tennessee pulled it out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!GO VOLS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Hi !!! Welcome :Green
Posted November 22, 2007
I saw some highlights from that game.... it was really emotional for the players. I am flad that they won! :clap:
Hello and welcome back :Green
Posted November 21, 2007
My hubby has no facial hair currently. I like a neatly trimed goatee and mustache :thumb
Posted November 18, 2007
Does anyone have a receipe that they have used themselves for sweet potato casserole?
Home made chili!!!!
Posted November 16, 2007
I use the cranberry sauce in the can.... however.... we have a tradition in our family. I cut little turkeys ( using a turkey cookie cutter) out of the cranberry sauce and make a border of them around the large platter that the turkey sits on. My MIL did this and now that she is in heaven we have carried on the tradition. It makes me think of her during the time that I am cutting them out. She surley is missed.
Posted November 14, 2007
My DIL does this, but with a whole (large) onion chopped up fine and sauteed in butter and added to the mix. Then for the last 15 minutes remove and sprinkle shredded extra sharp cheddar cheese all over it, and quickly return to the oven for the last 1/4 hour. If you like sweet bell peppers, you can add those too, during the sauteeing of the onions.