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Old 12-03-2011, 11:48 AM   #11
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What color fixture are you getting?
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Old 12-03-2011, 12:09 PM   #12
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Old 12-03-2011, 02:27 PM   #13
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What color fixture are you getting?

Since I'm a foodie, I decided to go with biscuit as the color for the commode.
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Old 12-03-2011, 02:33 PM   #14
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I'm cutting down due to my health this year, though my youth group have been making me several kinds of goodies for home and gifts - they are a wonderful bunch of kids!

I am doing my whipped shortbread today and some gluten free fancies for DH to not feel left out.
Laurie,
I couldn't believe my eyes at the gluten free things at Cost Plus. I tried a chocolate cake that was just wonderful I'm going to get several mor for Christmas Eve.
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I couldn't believe my eyes at the gluten free things at Cost Plus. I tried a chocolate cake that was just wonderful I'm going to get several mor for Christmas Eve.
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Yes, Ma. There is getting to be a really good selection. My only problem is the DH is also intolerant to soy and dairy as well so have to be super careful. I got him some snickerdoodles the other day that put my "normal" ones to shame....and I always kind of prided myself on them .

I have to watch all ingredients including chocolate, cocoa (we buy a very expensive raw cacao from the organic store for all his baking), flavourings, modified corn starch, etc.

I am glad you like the chocolate cake!
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I don't wear a slip.
Were you mixing in the bathroom? o:) I have no plans to cut back this year. Am on a work break so have more time to bake....bad for the waistline, great for the tastebuds!
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Were you mixing in the bathroom? o:) ...

No, I store the mixer in a cabinet in the bathroom.
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Old 12-03-2011, 04:27 PM   #18
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No, I store the mixer in a cabinet in the bathroom.
showed your picture to some friends last night, they asked why was there a KA in the bathroom, they wondered if there were some new attachments for the KA that they should know about.....
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showed your picture to some friends last night, they asked why was there a KA in the bathroom, they wondered if there were some new attachments for the KA that they should know about.....
My promise to you: When I win the lottery, I'll buy a great big house with an enormous kitchen that has lots of storage space and the mixer will never see the bathroom again.
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showed your picture to some friends last night, they asked why was there a KA in the bathroom, they wondered if there were some new attachments for the KA that they should know about.....


That might just put the roto-rooter man out of business.
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