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Old 10-06-2004, 10:17 AM   #151
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Quick quiche with bacon. I posted the recipe under Eggs, Cheese, & Dairy.
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Old 10-06-2004, 10:22 AM   #152
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left over kung pao chicken, mixed with rice. couldn't wait to try out my new rice bowls and chopsticks.
I also had leftover kung pao chicken for breakfast on Sunday. Have fun with your new rice bowls. Every time I go to a crafts fair I buy a new bowl to eat either soups or asian dishes out of.
hey sierrac, i got a really nice sushi and rice bowl set from dw for my birfday. they're really cool, handmade in japan. we eat sushi/sashimi so often it was a really nice idea for a present.
it's funny what you said about craft fairs. we go to a lot of them this time of year. our house is jammed with dried flower arrangements and all kinds of knick knacks and ceramics. we need a bigger house just for that stuff, lol.
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Old 10-06-2004, 07:05 PM   #153
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I made my grandmother's buttermilk waffles in my heart shaped waffler and ate them with sourcream and marrionberry jam, coffee and 1/2 red grapefruit. As a snack a couple of hours later, I had a repeat of the same only with a cold waffle.

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I made my grandmother's buttermilk waffles in my heart shaped waffler and ate them with sourcream and marrionberry jam, coffee and 1/2 red grapefruit. As a snack a couple of hours later, I had a repeat of the same only with a cold waffle.

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Old 10-07-2004, 12:18 AM   #155
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left over kung pao chicken, mixed with rice. couldn't wait to try out my new rice bowls and chopsticks.
I also had leftover kung pao chicken for breakfast on Sunday. Have fun with your new rice bowls. Every time I go to a crafts fair I buy a new bowl to eat either soups or asian dishes out of.
hey sierrac, i got a really nice sushi and rice bowl set from dw for my birfday. they're really cool, handmade in japan. we eat sushi/sashimi so often it was a really nice idea for a present.
it's funny what you said about craft fairs. we go to a lot of them this time of year. our house is jammed with dried flower arrangements and all kinds of knick knacks and ceramics. we need a bigger house just for that stuff, lol.
Yes, you can go quite crazy at craft fairs. The last one I went to my friend and I barely made it past the first row and we had to go back to the car to dump off packages.
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oatmeal with cinnamon, nutmeg, brown sugar, chopped apple, and a splash of milk
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Old 10-07-2004, 10:07 AM   #157
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lol, sierracook, you and i are keeping craft fairs alive and kickin'. my wife has learned over the years that the ones that have beergardens, or are on a small town street with a bar, are the best ones for her going home with a lot of stuff. after a few it's "sure honey, that's ridiculously large wreath of dried flowers and rusty crap will look great on the wall over the litterboxes, hiccup..."


i had baked lays tater chips and oj for brekkie this mornin, btw.
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toast and peanut butter

adding to this.. I also had hot tea
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A pack of cheese on wheat crackers & coffee.
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A pack of cheese on wheat crackers & coffee.
a "pack" of cheese? cheese travels in packs now?!!? are we supposed to seperate and eat the slower, weaker cheeses first?

what 's a pack of cheese?
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