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Old 01-17-2012, 10:09 PM   #441
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Sorry Shrek..

Good to see that they have lowered the price down. I believe that's what I had paid for mine originally.
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Old 01-17-2012, 10:16 PM   #442
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Sorry Shrek..

Good to see that they have lowered the price down. I believe that's what I had paid for mine originally.
When I bought mine the sales lady at WS said that they were at that price until they became so popular, and the price went up. Mine was still marked at $99.00, but I got it for the lower price. She said that it was now a permanent mark down.
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Old 01-17-2012, 10:16 PM   #443
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He'll get over it...probably already forgot.
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Old 01-17-2012, 10:18 PM   #444
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W-S must have received my letter suggesting they match the Cdn price (kidding, but now I will buy one on my way back from TX. The W-S is a five-minute walk from the train station and I have 2 hours to wait...).
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Old 01-17-2012, 10:39 PM   #445
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Shrek paid the $150...
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Old 01-17-2012, 10:56 PM   #446
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Shrek paid the $150...
Oh my gosh...it is a good thing that you are worth it PF! :)
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Old 01-17-2012, 11:09 PM   #447
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Oh my gosh...it is a good thing that you are worth it PF! :)
It was a mission for him, he was going to get one come heck or high water. I think he got the first one back in stock at WS. He just proved to them they could charge high for it.
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Old 01-18-2012, 09:46 AM   #448
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Hi everyone! I'm trying to adjust some of my recipes to make them Weight Watchers friendly (I need to fit into a certain wedding dress by August!)

I've been looking at my pie maker and wondering what I can do to make this work.... I've been dying to make my chicken pot pie, but was hoping anyone would know how many "servings" would make up each crust? (top and bottom). They say a serving would be about 25g.

Or if anyone has any weight watchers recipes that they've used in the pie maker, my waistline would love you even more!

Thanks sooo much!

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Old 01-18-2012, 09:57 AM   #449
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Hi everyone! I'm trying to adjust some of my recipes to make them Weight Watchers friendly (I need to fit into a certain wedding dress by August!)

I've been looking at my pie maker and wondering what I can do to make this work.... I've been dying to make my chicken pot pie, but was hoping anyone would know how many "servings" would make up each crust? (top and bottom). They say a serving would be about 25g.

Or if anyone has any weight watchers recipes that they've used in the pie maker, my waistline would love you even more!

Thanks sooo much!

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A member Timothy is using egg roll wrappers as crusts, this would be a good start, since they are very low fat, and each wrapper is only 57 calories (serving size is 3 @ 170 calories).


http://www.nasoya.com/products/asian...egg-rolls.html
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A member Timothy is using egg roll wrappers as crusts, this would be a good start, since they are very low fat, and each wrapper is only 57 calories (serving size is 3 @ 170 calories).


Asian Style Egg Rolls
The calories in the pastry has me concerned too...has anyone tried using the rice paper wrappers (the ones used for spring rolls)?
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