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Old 12-08-2011, 05:59 AM   #51
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I got Kraft-y last night for dinner....Shake-n-bake chicken leg quarters and Stovetop stuffing. Oh, and lima beans for the veg.
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Old 12-08-2011, 07:25 AM   #52
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WOW Everyones meals look and sound fantastic!!

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It's a low glycemic syrup made from the agave plant, grown in various warm spots. Kinda looks like aloe. 3 parts agave =4 parts sugar, so you can use less. It doesn't spike diabetics' blood sugar like regular sugar does.
That sounds great. Where can I find this? At the market in the baking isle with the sugar?

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That looks incredible, Pac! Love bison. Couldja send me just a bite, including potato and snap peas? And a bit of garlic bread? Thanks!
Me Too Me Too! That plate looks wonderful and the meat is pefectly cooked Pac!

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I hope to meet you one day to sample some of your home-cookin'.
Thank you VB.
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Old 12-08-2011, 02:42 PM   #53
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pac... your steak looks luscious! I'd walk out in any snow storm if I could get a steak dinner like that!

kezlehan... MMMM, cheesecake. Reminds me of old sitcoms of the Golden Girls I love to watch now and then. They would always sit at the kitchen table and have cheesecake.
Thank you, it was so great to see the smile on my mums face when she tried it.
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Old 12-08-2011, 03:41 PM   #54
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Thanks Bean! We may just be having that storm in a day or so.
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WOW Everyones meals look and sound fantastic!!

That sounds great. Where can I find this? At the market in the baking isle with the sugar?


MM, I found it at Costco, during my yearly trip. Haven't seen it in the grocery store, but I live in a small town.

Kezlehan, nice job with the cheesecake!
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Bangers & mash, steamed yellow squash, broccoli salad, creamed chopped kale.
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Old 12-09-2011, 08:02 AM   #57
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MM, I found it at Costco, during my yearly trip. Haven't seen it in the grocery store, but I live in a small town.

Kezlehan, nice job with the cheesecake!
I looked on my local Shop-Rite online shopping site and they have Agave Nectar on sale.

Is this it? And is that a good price?

Madhava Amber Agave Nectar

Certified USDA organic. 100% Pure agave nectar.
11.75 oz

SKU/UPC: 078314211757



On Sale! Price Plus Club Members
(Limit: 1 Items)
Reg. Price: $2.49 $0.17/oz Per Unit

$1.99 Price


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