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Old 11-03-2012, 12:00 AM   #591
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I ended up having crumpets for morning tea and had salmon and salad for lunch instead
How do you make crumpets Kylie?
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Old 11-03-2012, 02:11 AM   #592
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Chopper, we buy them from the shop
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Chopper, we buy them from the shop
Well, I wish I could come down under and join you for some. I don't think I have ever tried them.
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Well, I wish I could come down under and join you for some. I don't think I have ever tried them.
You need to try them. I just bought the rings for them and english muffins King arthurs flour has a mix plus a recipe and rings you can get. Work yes a little but worth it DOUBLE YES.
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You need to try them. I just bought the rings for them and english muffins King arthurs flour has a mix plus a recipe and rings you can get. Work yes a little but worth it DOUBLE YES.
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Just got my KA flour catalog in the mail. I will look and find them. Thanks!
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Old 11-03-2012, 04:08 PM   #596
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Well, I wish I could come down under and join you for some. I don't think I have ever tried them.
They are really nice, we always get the same brand as they are so fluffy and tasty...nice with butter and Vegemite on them, hot straight from the grill

I would certainly share with you
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I made a salad after my swim : Romaine, broccoli, grape tomatoes, cheddar cheese & dorothy lynch dressing.
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Old 11-03-2012, 06:35 PM   #598
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I made a salad after my swim : Romaine, broccoli, grape tomatoes, cheddar cheese & dorothy lynch dressing.
SB, it does my heart good to see you making such a strong effort to lose the weight. Keep it going. And do let us know of your next major pounds melt off. We all love to hear good news. With the excercise and the diet, you are doing so great. I watch every meal you post. Keep it going.
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I made a salad after my swim : Romaine, broccoli, grape tomatoes, cheddar cheese & dorothy lynch dressing.
SB, you rock! Way to go!!!
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I made a salad after my swim : Romaine, broccoli, grape tomatoes, cheddar cheese & dorothy lynch dressing.
sounds good, sb! what is dorothy lynch dressing? i don't think we have it here.
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