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Old 02-01-2010, 10:31 PM   #21
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msmofet, please go to the doctor, you need to be able to sleep at least some time at night. i have same problems. you may need something to help you get out of the cycle.
thank you babe. i have had this problem for many years. ambein doesn't even help.
its been worse since i quit smoking.
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Old 02-01-2010, 10:51 PM   #22
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we went out for dinner.
we started with soup and salad.
we split a paper thin crust pizza as an appy sorta.
i got a steak that was overcooked and i sent it back. by the time it came back everyone else was done eating so i cut it open to be sure it wasn't overcooked again. this time it could have gotten up and walked away if it was given a tranfusion!! LOL which will be wonderful. i can warm it up and it will be a perfect medium!! all in all it was a good dinner. this is the first time i have had a problem with the food in almost 30 years!! WOW not bad track record.
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Old 02-02-2010, 05:53 AM   #23
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i wrote that improperly, my oops, that's "haluski" instead of "huluski".....
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very common in pgh, my Dad raised me on his. his is cooked wide egg-noodles, sliced cabbage, wht. onion, & butter galore, pepper. just let that cook together.
there's other noodle types people use & also recipes for dumplings instead of noodle.
we make simple 'ol cabbage/noodles.
Going to have to try this!!!
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