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Old 01-13-2009, 04:25 PM   #3041
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Old 01-13-2009, 04:27 PM   #3042
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homemade bialys, perhaps?
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Old 01-13-2009, 04:32 PM   #3043
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hehe...
Hi my name is Suzi and I am a carboholic.....

French baguettes, 2 gallons of chicken stock and chicken noodle (noodles still to make) soup with some of above mentioned stock....

Here's the good news.... I've depleted my chicken carcass hoarding stock in the freezer from 10 to 5!!!!

YAY ME!!!

('scuse me I better go roast a chicken or 4.....)
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Old 01-13-2009, 10:22 PM   #3044
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homemade bialys, perhaps?
I actually have done that and they are excellent!
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Old 01-13-2009, 11:31 PM   #3045
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Receiving a PM from a friend that made me smile and cry at the same time. (In a good way)

I truly love this site and the good people you get to know!!
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Old 01-15-2009, 05:23 PM   #3046
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seeing a horrible-looking yard transformed into something very beautiful........here in TX along the Gulf Coast our planting seasons are quite different from most areas of the US esp. in the Northeast......if you don't do major transplanting by March you are taking major risks......our summers are brutal and plants need to establish strong root systems to endure heat, humidity, and wee beasties so we're talking January and February......my yard is now full of "Fashion" azaleas and other goodies, beds weeded, mulched, and weed protectant cover installed as well.......all have been edged with new rock borders as well.......while home I used to do all of this myself and the yard looked nice.....but I'm not here anymore and there's noone here amongst the living who know a weed from a bush........3 guys over 3 days have performed this miracle.....I just don't have the time with the few months (month) that I'm here.......and I'm not a young chick, either.......anyway it's beautiful ...the Fashion azaleas are a rose red color and can take heat and sun unlike most other varieties and they bloom several times a year.....they also don't take a ton of water either.......
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Old 01-15-2009, 05:38 PM   #3047
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Old 01-15-2009, 05:40 PM   #3048
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seeing a horrible-looking yard transformed into something very beautiful........here in TX along the Gulf Coast our planting seasons are quite different from most areas of the US esp. in the Northeast......if you don't do major transplanting by March you are taking major risks......our summers are brutal and plants need to establish strong root systems to endure heat, humidity, and wee beasties so we're talking January and February......my yard is now full of "Fashion" azaleas and other goodies, beds weeded, mulched, and weed protectant cover installed as well.......all have been edged with new rock borders as well.......while home I used to do all of this myself and the yard looked nice.....but I'm not here anymore and there's noone here amongst the living who know a weed from a bush........3 guys over 3 days have performed this miracle.....I just don't have the time with the few months (month) that I'm here.......and I'm not a young chick, either.......anyway it's beautiful ...the Fashion azaleas are a rose red color and can take heat and sun unlike most other varieties and they bloom several times a year.....they also don't take a ton of water either.......

I will volunteer to be your January gardener!!!! PLEEEEEEEZZEEEEEE????
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Old 01-15-2009, 05:53 PM   #3049
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Come on board, Girlfriend........I've threatened my son with death if he lets stuff die......I know that you'd kick his bodunkus if you were in charge.....:):):) and give me a few days to sort out the Facebook and how it works.......just too many things going on right now.....

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