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Old 05-05-2008, 10:55 PM   #491
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Joe, is this recipe posted somewhere? And I know that this isn't thread related but could you possibly PM me your pulled pork recipe? That is if you don't mind sharing your secret!
I posted the recipe over on the Pork board at http://www.discusscooking.com/forums...ead-45873.html

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Old 05-05-2008, 11:34 PM   #492
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babetoo, that's a perfectly nutritious dinner. Green stuff, yellow stuff, red stuff, brown stuff - all the food groups.
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Old 05-05-2008, 11:38 PM   #493
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babetoo, that's a perfectly nutritious dinner. Green stuff, yellow stuff, red stuff, brown stuff - all the food groups.
So, Karen, Can you make the same logic of my Friday dinner? Cheesecake and chocolate sauce with popcorn for dessert.
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Absolutely - you have dairy products, protein, brown stuff, fiber......ah heck. No green stuff. But it sounds so good! I want some.
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I got up at 3:30 to start making some caramel rolls to have ready for DH when he gets home from work at 6:30. It's our anniversary today. :)
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Happy Annivesary!!
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Happy Anniversary, Suzie - your husband is a fortunate man. It's fun to do sweet things for someone you love!
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Thanks! I can't think of anything more fun than a smile from a suprise.
He brought home chocolate. WHat a breakfast!!!!
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Old 05-07-2008, 02:28 PM   #499
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I'm baking hot dog and hamburger rolls today because we're almost out. I had the afternoon free, so I thought I'd maximize it. Got the laundry all done so DW will be surprised when she gets home late tonight. Since we became empty-nesters, I've become more domestic and don't mind helping out with household chores, cooking and baking in particular, and I don't even have to be asked. And before anyone asks, NO, I'm not available for loan or to be used as an example for your DH to feel guilty. After 35 years I know which side my bread is buttered on.

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