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Old 11-19-2005, 02:00 AM   #7951
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Puree them and pour them into ice cube trays. Freeze and drop one cube into a bloody mary with a celery stick and a dash of hot sauce. I think... Um, and blanche first before pureeing?

No no...Wait! Buy a truckload, feed it raw to several thousand of the B&B's dairy cattle, and capture the resulting by-product of their sudden extreme flatulence to produce an alternative energy source. No more foreign oil!!!
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Old 11-19-2005, 07:44 PM   #7952
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Wow Their! Dont know what to say! I love the 1st suggestion. And the 2nd one has me thinking about a a hazmat suit.

Can SOMEONE bake a cake? Table 31 in the dining room has a BIRTHDAY! Young girl just turned 12 and they drove 20 miles from the country. I would do it but Im HORRIBLE at baking.
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Old 11-19-2005, 08:19 PM   #7953
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Hmmm...I used to bake cakes from scratch in the days when I was considering a catering career, but it's been a long time. Will this do? *Thier pulls a chocolate fudge bundt cake out of the oven and drizzles a little mocha glaze over it.*
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Old 11-19-2005, 08:44 PM   #7954
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Thier Im sure she will LOVE it!!!! Now where did I put the candles? *digging in drawer*
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They were in your back pocket...uh oh...I think you sat on them, Sushi. Now you have 24 little candles instead of 12 longer ones. How about just pouring a little brandy over it and flambe - ing it? Not good. Twelve year olds don't do brandy. How about sparklers??!! Here, I have some left over from the 4th last summer. She'll love it!!
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Old 11-19-2005, 09:02 PM   #7956
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Well, the city counsil outlawed sparklers. They passed bill 2143 outlawing that and Jaw Breakers. I guess someone cracked a tooth. Go and figure. I'll use the candles. Thier, wanna sing Happy Birthday with me? *putting candles in cake and lighting*
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Hope I'm not too late to sing...I need to warm up...*Thier begins to sing scales to prepare for the performance, then remembers that her voice stinks, which is why she is a violinist and not a singer...* Go ahead, Sushi. You sing, I'll play.
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Old 11-20-2005, 12:25 AM   #7958
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Wow Their! Dont know what to say! I love the 1st suggestion. And the 2nd one has me thinking about a a hazmat suit.

Can SOMEONE bake a cake? Table 31 in the dining room has a BIRTHDAY! Young girl just turned 12 and they drove 20 miles from the country. I would do it but Im HORRIBLE at baking.
Thanks for the cake thier! Delish! Oh, I'm not 12 today......I'm 21.
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Old 11-20-2005, 12:30 AM   #7959
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Oh! Well, anyhow, enjoy! How've you been?

We're thinking of cruising over your way in Feb. or March! Dh wants to cruise, never having done one. He's not very healthy and will need a rest by then after our crazy Christmas season with the store.
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Old 11-21-2005, 07:55 PM   #7960
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okay who's going to help me prepare thanksgiving dinner for all of our guests?
right now i'm working on pies. i hope to do most everything ahead of time, that way it's not so chaotic thursday morning... who's in ?
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