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Old 10-22-2009, 04:05 PM   #31
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What did you end up making??? Inquiring minds want to know!
Made the beans just as you suggested. Was hard to get any for myself. DH loved them! Skipped the starch since we were having a salad and the beans, didn't need one. Thank you for suggesting them!
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Old 10-22-2009, 11:13 PM   #32
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Yeah, I know how that goes. I hope all gets better for you soon! What computer are you on now?


I really didn't care for the way the dinner turned out. I think I left the meatballs sit in the crock-pot too long. They kinda just fell apart. Mark didn't complain, so I guess as long as it tasted good...that's all that matters.
dang!! it cost me 45.00 for the box and the cost to ship the laptop to Texas!! i am using my daughters laptop (my old laptop) which needs lots of house cleaning!! soooooooooooooo slow!! need to dump old temp and internet files. and it needs some updates and its better i do it. thanks for the well wishes.
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