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Old 12-31-2007, 04:55 PM   #1
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I Ate a Barn and a Chicken

Some of you may remember my post on Christmas presents. I mentioned that my silly wife gave us a waffle iron that made waffles in the shape of barnyard animals.

Yesterday Katie used it for breakfast. She made cinnamon-raisin waffles.

They were great!

We each had a barn and a chicken. We have cows and pigs left for another meal.

Life is good!

PS. If you ask nice, Katie E may post the recipe.

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!!!!!!!!!!!

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Sounds yummy Buck and oh so sweet, your a lucky guy !!

Now I wish I had a waffle iron -
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Old 12-31-2007, 06:05 PM   #3
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I recall reading that post about the waffle iron. Sounds like a really cute idea for breakfast. Have fun with the barn yarn festivities
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