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Old 06-05-2008, 09:04 PM   #31
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Was looking forward to having a nice slice of banana cream pie, but kids dumped it on its side bringing it in, perfect ending to a perfect day.
But it's just a flesh wound.

You poor baby. Sorry about your pie.
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Old 06-05-2008, 09:54 PM   #32
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Mav, depending on where it landed, I might have just sat down with a fork and eaten it!
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Old 06-05-2008, 09:57 PM   #33
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Oh, it was still in its case luckily. DW put it back together and we had some, I was just frustrated cause I went thru four stores before I found one that had a fresh made with real whipped cream banana cream pie. And it was the last one left. Everyone else had coconut cream pies.
I was just having a bad day today and feeling frustrated.
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Old 06-05-2008, 10:13 PM   #34
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Yummy! fattening! fried chicken strips from the deli; rice and peas. (my nephew & I are on the same page with this menu... I like pretending that I'm eleven!) Another day of labor in the yard - too tired to cook anything more involved than boiling water... not very inspirational, I know, but I'm honest! Wine, of course - I'm drinking a meritage from Cali. Game One of playoffs. GO LAKERS!! (mmmm - banana creme pie....)
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Old 06-06-2008, 12:52 AM   #35
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ate our wings and pizza. then we made Smores in the micro for dessert. gosh i love those calorie laden treats.


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Old 06-06-2008, 08:07 AM   #36
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I made "Clean Out The Fridge" pasta. Turn out tastier than I expected!

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Was looking forward to having a nice slice of banana cream pie,
Mav, nothing wrong with a "scoop" of pie.
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Old 06-06-2008, 06:05 PM   #37
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...then we made Smores in the micro for dessert. ..
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I saw on TV yesterday how to make them on the grill. layer the graham cracker, chocolate, marshmallow and graham cracker, wrap in foil, put on the gill and close the lid.

Might try this next time I'm grilling.
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Old 06-06-2008, 06:29 PM   #38
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I saw on TV yesterday how to make them on the grill. layer the graham cracker, chocolate, marshmallow and graham cracker, wrap in foil, put on the gill and close the lid.

Might try this next time I'm grilling.
What we have done at our youth camps and it works really well, is to take a double layer of foil, cover it with as many graham crackers as you want (4 x 5 for 20 seems to work well), and have them right up against each other. Then put a large marshmallow, on a flat side, on each cracker. Sprinkle the whole thing with chocolate chips liberally and cover each with another cracker. Cover with another double layer of foil and fold the edges together to seal well. You can put this on the grill (turn them once), or even in the oven, and they turn out really really good. It is how to make s'mores for a crowd because there is no limit to the number of packs you can make and they don't take long until they are ooey, gooey, good!
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Old 06-06-2008, 11:09 PM   #39
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Off topic The new issue of Bon Appetit has a recipe for a S'Mores Cheesecake. I'd love to make it for July 4th.
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Actually, I think the topic was s'mores! Or at least that's what it became. Thanks, I will certainly look for that issue! Or I may just fool around and try to come up with a s'mores cheesecake of my own!
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