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Old 09-01-2008, 02:27 PM   #11
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no kidding, thymeless!!!! i never made such a thing !!!!!!!!!!!!!

i'm from the south; a cobbler to me is (home grown) fruit with a sweet dough with butter and milk:

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/cobbler
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Popular combinations are cherries with chocolate cake and Doctor Pepper.
OH MY GOSH, GUESS WHAT I OWN? CHOCOLATE CAKE MIX, CHERRY PIE FILLING AND DR. PEP! OOOOH, that sounds sooooooooooooo good!
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Old 09-01-2008, 02:46 PM   #13
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no kidding, thymeless!!!! i never made such a thing !!!!!!!!!!!!!

i'm from the south; a cobbler to me is (home grown) fruit with a sweet dough with butter and milk:

cobbler - Definitions from Dictionary.com
I understand your point and agree with you technically. And I prefer that type to this dump cake thing but these are popular all the same.
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that's OK. thank you for your patience !
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Old 09-01-2008, 02:50 PM   #15
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There is no fat is soda drinks - only sugar and carbs....and of course calories. So if it's fat you are worried about don't worry about using regular soda.
Just to rattle your chain, go look at an orange soda ingredients list or I think Mountain Dew has it too. You'll see brominated vegetable oil. Small amounts sure, but some sodas do have fat!

Since the last time I looked, Wikipedia has added an article on it. Brominated vegetable oil - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kinda scary actually.
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no kidding !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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