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Old 03-27-2005, 03:47 PM   #11
 
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I think you should whip me up a batch of biscuits in that Hobart, choc. I'd be happy to pick any chips of extraneous non-edible stuff out!
Thanks mud!

But the paint has chipped not peeled, so your assistance, though welcome is not necessary. Nothing falls in the food.

My poor little Mothership Connection mixer just looks like she has measles or chicken pox.

And how did you know I was thinking about making a huge batch of biscuits for the freezer in the next few days?

You sweet mind reader you.

[Edited because I got confused.

The Hobart N-50 is the Mothership Connection.

The Commercial Kitchenaid 5 qt is the Badmammajamma!]
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Old 03-27-2005, 03:59 PM   #12
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Cuz I just knew you have to be the best biscuit maker on the planet is all. Soul cooks make the best biscuits, and I'm not one......yet.
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Whether you make the best biscuits now is uncertain. What is certain, with a light touch on the dough, you will.....

Thanks for the kudos....
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