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Old 04-11-2013, 09:17 PM   #31
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LOL DH says Turkey Gravy or A-1 Sauce
Shrek loves Garlic...or lemons.
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Old 04-11-2013, 09:18 PM   #32
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Shrek loves Garlic...or lemons.

Does he use them interchangeably?
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Old 04-11-2013, 09:30 PM   #33
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Does he use them interchangeably?
I use them interchangeably I also have one he says smells like donuts, he likes that one too.
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Old 04-14-2013, 02:54 AM   #34
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Hello everyone. First off I hope you are feeling better since your fall Addie. I don't know any of you yet but I hate seeing where people hurt themselves.

A suggestion about gloves. I live in a small country town. I'm out of the town itself but anyhow, I get those food handling gloves through my local sandwich shop. I use gloves a lot while cooking because I use to be a cook in a nursing home & I use to have my own catering business for a short time.

I also get them to order the gallon size jars of hot pepper rings for me. They don't charge me extra so that is nice of them but I also eat there so it's not like I never spend any money on their food!
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Old 04-14-2013, 09:35 AM   #35
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Hello everyone. First off I hope you are feeling better since your fall Addie. I don't know any of you yet but I hate seeing where people hurt themselves.

A suggestion about gloves. I live in a small country town. I'm out of the town itself but anyhow, I get those food handling gloves through my local sandwich shop. I use gloves a lot while cooking because I use to be a cook in a nursing home & I use to have my own catering business for a short time.

I also get them to order the gallon size jars of hot pepper rings for me. They don't charge me extra so that is nice of them but I also eat there so it's not like I never spend any money on their food!
Thank you and welcome to DC. It was my own fault for the accident. I am my own worse enemy.

I get the surgical gloves that doctors and nurses use from my medical facility. I was very sick over a year ago and they sent me as part of the needed medical supplies, a box of them in size Small. I use them all the time when cleaning. I get all my medical supplies for free.

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Old 04-14-2013, 11:42 AM   #36
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I prefer the surgical gloves, as that is what I am used to anyway...but I only use them for chopping hot peppers and cleaning the litter box.

I have learned today that if a commercial comes on that is really funny, it won't come on again if you mention it to someone.
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Old 04-14-2013, 11:43 AM   #37
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I prefer the surgical gloves, as that is what I am used to anyway...but I only use them for chopping hot peppers and cleaning the litter box.

I have learned today that if a commercial comes on that is really funny, it won't come on again if you mention it to someone.
That's a corollary of Murphy's Law.
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Old 04-15-2013, 01:20 PM   #38
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I learned that ham gravy and red eye gravy are two very different things.
I have no idea what either of those are.

I learned where the germiest areas of the kitchen are today:
http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2013/0...n-the-kitchen/
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Old 04-15-2013, 02:22 PM   #39
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I think we are all our own worst enemies! You should see some of the stupid stuff I do to myself

I don't like any gravy but I did have to serve that red eye stuff when I worked at Cracker Barrel. Yuck, that's all I'll say.

I learned that I need to start hiding my homemade beef jerky because my husband eats it up too fast.
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Old 04-15-2013, 02:24 PM   #40
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I have no idea what either of those are.

I learned where the germiest areas of the kitchen are today:
NSF Lists 5 "Germiest" Items in the Kitchen | Food Safety News
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I always am wiping down my gasket in the fridge. At least once a month. And I am always surprised at how much dirt and yuk have collected in that time. My cutting part on my can opener comes off for a complete cleaning in hot soapy water and a good scrubbing with a kitchen scrub brush I keep at sink side. I really need to get one piece rubber spatulas. The two-parters are very difficult to clean. One of the areas I find that needs constant cleaning is 'in back of the faucet.' We wipe down the handles, and the faucet everytime we clean. But that tiny space between the faucet base and the back splash collects a bunch of crap. I do keep a very large supply of scrubby sponges. When one get too yucky looking, I just toss it. I know, you can put it in the MW to kill all germs.
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