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Old 08-08-2012, 08:32 AM   #661
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I do draw the line somewhere.
Do you like tuna casserole?
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Old 08-08-2012, 11:32 AM   #662
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Do you like tuna casserole?
Sorry, tuna and tuna casserole are on my "I don't eat" list. I really can't take the smell. I must have had a bad childhood memory that I don't remember. ;)
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Old 08-08-2012, 08:01 PM   #663
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Sorry, tuna and tuna casserole are on my "I don't eat" list. I really can't take the smell. I must have had a bad childhood memory that I don't remember. ;)
Okay, forgiven then. I'm sometimes amazed I can eat fish at all and I can remember the bad experience.
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Old 08-08-2012, 09:10 PM   #664
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All right then. I better dust off the rolling pin. I hope Wm Sonoma or Bed Bath Beyond has them in stock. Otherwise I will order from Amazon. Thanks for the tips. I think my first time will be chicken pot pies. Shouldn't knock tradition. Can hardly wait.
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Old 08-08-2012, 09:17 PM   #665
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All right then. I better dust off the rolling pin. I hope Wm Sonoma or Bed Bath Beyond has them in stock. Otherwise I will order from Amazon. Thanks for the tips. I think my first time will be chicken pot pies. Shouldn't knock tradition. Can hardly wait.
It's a good $20 cheaper on Amazon right now...
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Old 08-09-2012, 01:09 PM   #666
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Whiskadoodle, I am so happy for you! You won't be sorry! Welcome aboard. I have a place in my cupboard for the pie maker, but it seems to be out on the counter more often! ;)
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Old 08-09-2012, 07:34 PM   #667
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I found a fingerprint on mine...
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Old 08-10-2012, 09:01 PM   #668
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Ta-Da. Went to Williams Sonoma today. They are on sale $79. plus I bought one of their over priced poker sticks so you don't burn your thumbs. I think a divining rod or an old sling shot would work just as good, but who am I to question Technology. Especially when they have Pie Makers in stock. Total price $99 and odd change after tax.

Gad-zooks. I seldom if ever have anything going on too much. I am late to go out tonight, Tomorrow friends are having a bbq picnic and Sunday is spoken for. I Will Open the Box Before Midnight tonight. I am excited to make something as soon as possible but I will not be hurried into it.

On another note, and in another thread, I bought 2+ pounds of Jarlsberg cheese today. I think quiches will be one of the early things I get to make.

O-Happy-Day.
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Hmm person A or person B. ( twern't me said in unison) You sound like my dad when he got a new car. Gads that box is Heavy. Like a KA mixer I'll be good and open it later tonight.
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Since there are only 4 souls and two of those are cats and it wasn't me...has to be the Ogre...
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