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Old 01-05-2004, 08:23 PM   #11
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I'm amused by the inference that making baking powder biscuits is difficult or a chore. When BW is away visiting relatives (that I can't stand) or whatever, I often prepare a single BP Biscuit as an adjunct to my dinner. I don't measure anything - and they invariably turn oout as good as any - and that's darned good!

But I don't think they fit the description Becker gave initially.

BTW- I, too, detest Engllish Muffins. My Canadian BW loves 'em.

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Old 01-05-2004, 10:21 PM   #13
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Alright - I'm gonna see about hardees. And the pillsbury biscuits. Sounds good, but...what does BW mean? Every time I see someone say that, I get Barry White music playing in my head.
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hahahaha Decker - BW is a form of DW, which is more commonly used. DW means Darling Wife, DH, Darling Husband, DS, Darling Son - and so on.... but oldcoot uses BW and I have assumed always that it meant Beautiful Wife - RIGHT OLDCOOT?????


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