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Good Morning Wed. March 21, 2007

 
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wargofive
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2007 3:20 am    Post subject: Good Morning Wed. March 21, 2007 Reply with quote


Good Morning
Was reading so of Debbie's mom guest book at the funeral home, she was a truly well loved person. Debbie, I am so sorry for you loss.
I haven't been around lately so many things going on. th is is March Madness in the Sons of Italy and every night is an installation. I work all day, come home and then go to one. Don't get home till after 10 -11 pm
Yesterday, I came home from school, went to PT, then took down all my St. Pat stuff and started putting up the Easter stuff. I am half way through. Same schedule today, school, pt, finishing easter stuff, making dinner and then going to an installation. Only one for week of this.
The weather is finally clearing here.The ice is melted and everything is muddy. I hope that is it the end of the winter. I could use some warm weather now.
Well everyone have a great day
Linda
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Lagar
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Location: Long Island,NY

PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2007 3:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Morning Linda and all to follow,

Linda- nice to see you again,miss you when you don't post Wink
Toni- Yes- I did know about the google thing,strange huh?
Debbie and family will be in my prayers.
Lots to do and have to get ready for work.
Have a good day all.
Linda
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cookiebakr
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Joined: 12 Oct 2006
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Location: SW OH

PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2007 6:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good morning Linda's L and W. and all who follow. I had to take a break, because I needed to do something to keep from falling asleep. My job is so boring! I brought my banana chocolate chip muffins to work today. They weren't bad, but I think they were in the oven too long...I don't understand that because I baked them as long as I always do. Maybe I'm just out of practice since I don't bake as often as I used to. Oh well, they still taste pretty good, I just had one with a cup of tea.

Has anyone been to a Tastefully Simple party? I just got an invitation to one that my niece is giving...this will be my first. If you know anything about their products, give me a clue as to what is good.

I was so glad to see Debbie's post this morning. I've been thinking about her so much and wondering how she was holding up. I know this has be so terribly difficult for her.

Guess I had better get back to work...yuck!

Sheryle
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Yellowcarnation
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Joined: 13 Oct 2006
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Location: NC

PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2007 6:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Does anyone get the magazine Food and Family? They have some good recipes in there. I get that magazine. I just got one the other day. I have been buzy here lately trying to get my house straighten up. I clean up and they make a mess, and then I have to start all over again. My daughter Hannah has finally got potty trained except for the night time. I was so glad and so proud of her. Got to go for now. Talk to you later.


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Kity
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2007 6:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good morning Linda W.,Linda,Sheryle and to all who come on later.
Just got back from the grocery store a few minuted ago and saw Debbies post,my heart goes out to her,it's a really difficult thing to go through.
Plans for today are about like usual.I'm cooking fish,baked beans,hush puppies and making coleslaw for dinner.Plus I'm hemming more jeans for Kristin today and starting to embroider a project for Becca.She wants her son's handerchief embroidered with his name and the date he was baptized on it.

Linda W., You've been missed,glad you could post today.

Linda, Have a great day.

Sheryle, I 've never heard of a Tastefully Simple party so I can't help,sorry.Hope your day at work gets better and less boring.

Wishing everyone a great day.

Pat
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wargofive
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2007 8:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Everyone and Sheryle
I have been and hosted many times a Tastefully Simple party. They are terrific. You eat eat eat!
The party coordinator gives you packets of mixes all you add is sour cream or mayo. She comes with the rest of the food and let me tell you there is a lot of food. You get to keep what left. The food is great. It is mostly spices, mixes, dry soups etc. The most expensive item was $9 a few years ago. You can get so much for so little.
I went to a Southern Living party Thurs. night. So expensive I bought a votive candle thing and 4 votive candles and it cost me $85. I only went because my partner in school was hosting.
In Tastefully simple there merlot sauce for steak is great, and the garlic garlic spice is wonderful
Hope this helps
Linda


http://tastefullysimple.com/Cultures/en-US/
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pattit
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2007 11:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello to Linda W., Linda L., Sheryle, Becca, Pat and anyone else coming by today.
*Linda W. I made your cabbage casserole last night and it was delicious! I think the boiling the cabbage first was a big help to me. Hubby really liked it also. I too keep thinking about Debbie and her family, the tributes to her Mom were wonderful weren't they. She must have been a wonderful person. I bet you will be glad to see March come to an end and your schedule to be freed up a little. How are you doing with your PT?
*Linda L., Hope you had a good day at work.
*Sheryle, yes I have been to a Tastefully Simple party before. Linda is right it is lots of food to eat! I love their Oh My Chai! and some of their other teas, also their beer bread is good. I think you will like the party. Your muffins sounded good.
*Becca, I get that Food and Family magazine, but I am kind of a food snob, I hate Cool Whip and Stove Top Stuffing which they use a lot of. Congratulations to Hannah. I hope my Granddaughter catches on to the potty training soon!
*Pat, your dinner sure sounds good!
I had quite the adventure this morning, we were out of the house by 5:15, we wanted to be at the Wildlife Management Center before sunrise. We made it and saw an amazing gathering of snow geese, Canadian geese, swans and ducks. They are supposed to take off at sunrise, we waited for an hour and they just kept leaving a couple of hundred at a time so we were a little disappointed, but it was a beautiful sight all the same. Last Thursday their were 180,000 there but because of the bad weather we had, it was down to about 100,000 today. It was very interesting to see 3 Amish boys walking the trail down to the lake with us and then take off in their buggy as they were late for school waiting for the geese to take off. They said they try to get down to the lake to see them at least once every year during the migration. I hope I didn't bore anyone with this story.
Patti
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wargofive
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2007 1:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi
Just a note as I am on the run
I duplicated the beer bread from tastefully simple, here is my recipe. I actually did a taste test with friends which bread they prefered. I made both and they also love mine the best. I came up with this because I was cheap and didn't want to keep buying theres. The ingredients are very inexpensive
Beer Bread

Linda's Clone of Tastefully Simple

Recipe Introduction
Tried to clone the Tastefully Simple recipe, Came very close
List of Ingredients
3 cups self rising flour
3/4 cup sugar
1 (12 oz.) beer can be non alcoholic or light beer
1/4 cup melted butter

Recipe
Stir together first 3 ingredients, pour into a lightly greased 9 x 5 loaf pan. Pour butter of top of dough. Bake at 350 degrees for 55 minutes or till golden brown.

You can add chives, bacon, cheddar cheese, garlic powder, onion powder or anything to make it a different taste

Linda
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pattit
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2007 2:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks Linda, great idea.
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