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Old 05-28-2013, 12:05 AM   #11121
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I ended up buying a nice cotton hoodie, in a burgundy colour, it is so nice
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Old 05-28-2013, 12:27 AM   #11122
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[QUOTE="PrincessFiona60;1270329"]

It's this one: [URL="http://www.brevilleusa.com/cooking/ovens/the-smart-oven.html"]There
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Old 05-28-2013, 04:57 AM   #11123
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Just had a lovely dinner...I made some lamb mince rissoles, they were delicious!

Now enjoying a cuppa before retiring to the lounge to watch some TV
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Old 05-28-2013, 06:54 AM   #11124
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That's similar to my TO, Andy. The bottom knob is the toast knob.

That sounds like a heckuva crash, Addie. The guy must have been belted in or he probably would not be walking away from it.
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Old 05-28-2013, 08:18 AM   #11125
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While it would be a pain in the butt, if you run a toast cycle empty then immediately put your bread into the preheated oven, it would toast faster with less drying out.
That is what I do. I heat it up first. I even did that when I had my toaster. I heat it up for about 45 seconds to one minute. I know, you have to wait, but you get the kind of toast you want. Whenever I want toast, for some reason I always want cocoa with it.

Good morning everyone. Today looks like it is going to be nice and sunny and not too hot, so I am going to take a ride over to the beach.
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Old 05-28-2013, 08:32 AM   #11126
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Just waking up myself. Having a rare day off, as of late. One of the guys is booking a few days off to get married in a few weeks so I am going to cover for him, which means working about 14 days straight. I am taking a few off now before the stretch of summer madness starts. Think I may get some fried chicken this afternoon and head to the beach for some lunch with my GF. Then it's off to the house for lawn cutting, dog walking and frisbee playing with my daughter.
Then home to stuff a pork tenderloin.
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Old 05-28-2013, 08:39 AM   #11127
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Just waking up myself. Having a rare day off, as of late. One of the guys is booking a few days off to get married in a few weeks so I am going to cover for him, which means working about 14 days straight. I am taking a few off now before the stretch of summer madness starts. Think I may get some fried chicken this afternoon and head to the beach for some lunch with my GF. Then it's off to the house for lawn cutting, dog walking and frisbee playing with my daughter.
Then home to stuff a pork tenderloin.
I'll take a piece of that chicken. Sounds like you have a nice day ahead. Except for the lawn mowing.
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Just waking up myself. Having a rare day off, as of late. One of the guys is booking a few days off to get married in a few weeks so I am going to cover for him, which means working about 14 days straight. I am taking a few off now before the stretch of summer madness starts. Think I may get some fried chicken this afternoon and head to the beach for some lunch with my GF. Then it's off to the house for lawn cutting, dog walking and frisbee playing with my daughter.
Then home to stuff a pork tenderloin.
Beach in Ottowa Canada ??? boy o boy.
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Old 05-28-2013, 08:45 AM   #11129
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Supposed to rain all day...guess I might as well just go to work.
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Old 05-28-2013, 09:02 AM   #11130
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Hey! There is a very small window of opportunity for this type of activity. Gotta git while the gettin's good. The Ottawa river is quite nice. Clear, picturesque, and really friggin' cold...

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