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Message 1322288 - Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 18:05:43 UTC - in response to Message 1322284.  

My Ford Fiesta was 20 years old an I never had problems with it.

Thinking of buying a Toyota Yaris now...


What about your new Volvo? LOL



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Message 1322290 - Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 18:08:08 UTC - in response to Message 1322225.  
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My Buick is 21 years old but like a watch it just keeps on ticking, only 90k miles on it. Most of it is hard San Francisco driving where everything is up hill. :)) And still a good solid car with no rust and no payments.:)



Can't you hitch it onto the back of a cable car? Else get the pier 39 sealions to give it a push!!


No the skidder's use the cable car to drag up the hill and even buses. (skate boarders) and they really do!
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Message 1322295 - Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 18:12:40 UTC - in response to Message 1322290.  
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My Buick is 21 years old but like a watch it just keeps on ticking, only 90k miles on it. Most of it is hard San Francisco driving where everything is up hill. :)) And still a good solid car with no rust and no payments.:)



Can't you hitch it onto the back of a cable car? Else get the pier 39 sealions to give it a push!!


No the skidder's use the cable car to drag up the hill and even buses. (skate boarders) and they really do!


They are so lazy, they wouldn't leave they water for nothing, well maybe a free meal at the Hard Rock Cafe on pier 39. LOL
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Message 1322419 - Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 22:11:36 UTC - in response to Message 1322282.  

My Ford Fiesta was 20 years old an I never had problems with it.

Thinking of buying a Toyota Yaris now...


I`m not sure you want to do this.



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Message 1322425 - Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 22:21:39 UTC - in response to Message 1322419.  

My Ford Fiesta was 20 years old an I never had problems with it.

Thinking of buying a Toyota Yaris now...


I`m not sure you want to do this.


Well ,it has a built-in GPS and airbags but I never drove a Toyota before.
You think this ain't a good car, Mike?
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Message 1322431 - Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 22:28:58 UTC - in response to Message 1322425.  

My Ford Fiesta was 20 years old an I never had problems with it.

Thinking of buying a Toyota Yaris now...


I`m not sure you want to do this.


Well ,it has a built-in GPS and airbags but I never drove a Toyota before.
You think this ain't a good car, Mike?


Lets say our tests made me curious.



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Message 1322436 - Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 22:38:56 UTC - in response to Message 1322431.  

My Ford Fiesta was 20 years old an I never had problems with it.

Thinking of buying a Toyota Yaris now...


I`m not sure you want to do this.


Well ,it has a built-in GPS and airbags but I never drove a Toyota before.
You think this ain't a good car, Mike?


Lets say our tests made me curious.


Hmmm, seems like a good car though. It's practically new and I kind of trust the owner. Would rather have had a Ford but the car really seems ok to me when I took it for a test drive...
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Message 1322440 - Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 22:44:52 UTC

For city its O.K. but not for driving bigger distances.
Toyota ordered 2 million yaris back 2 times the last 3 years because of brake failures.
Thats just one example.



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Message 1322443 - Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 22:52:46 UTC

Oh my...The brakes worked just fine though. Now you got me doubting Mike...;)
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Message 1322561 - Posted: 31 Dec 2012, 10:47:40 UTC - in response to Message 1315773.  

Almond butter is made near here.. an alternative for those who have peanut allergies.

The basic recipe to make peanut butter is peanuts, salt, and if needed a little bit of oil, blend until creamy. spread on.. well whatever you want.


Every time I have done it after a week or so the oil starts coming to the top.





that is why you firmly ti-ten the lid and put it away upside down, then stir

when using in the normal upright position:)
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Message 1322563 - Posted: 31 Dec 2012, 10:51:03 UTC - in response to Message 1315863.  

How about a pastrami on rye?

With peanut butter on one slice of bread and Swiss cheese on the other side of the pastrami.

I have had pastrami on rye but never with PB and cheese pastrami.

One of my favorite sandwiches - on whole wheat or multi-grain bread:
Peanut Butter, Bologna (all-beef), American Cheese, Pastrami, Provolone, Ham, Mozzarella, Turkey, Monterey Jack, Horseradish.
With a cold root beer or a wheat beet to wash it down.


Oh man, sounds like you cleaned out the fridg. LOL




It must be on toast but that is thE idea, LOL
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Message 1322564 - Posted: 31 Dec 2012, 10:51:57 UTC - in response to Message 1315864.  

How about a pastrami on rye?

With peanut butter on one slice of bread and Swiss cheese on the other side of the pastrami.

I have had pastrami on rye but never with PB and cheese pastrami.

One of my favorite sandwiches - on whole wheat or multi-grain bread:
Peanut Butter, Bologna (all-beef), American Cheese, Pastrami, Provolone, Ham, Mozzarella, Turkey, Monterey Jack, Horseradish.
With a cold root beer or a wheat beet to wash it down.


Oh man, sounds like you cleaned out the fridg. LOL

Yeah, like the only things missing were some jalapenos and the proverbial kitchen sink.




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Message 1322585 - Posted: 31 Dec 2012, 11:48:06 UTC - in response to Message 1322561.  
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Almond butter is made near here.. an alternative for those who have peanut allergies.

The basic recipe to make peanut butter is peanuts, salt, and if needed a little bit of oil, blend until creamy. spread on.. well whatever you want.


Every time I have done it after a week or so the oil starts coming to the top.





that is why you firmly ti-ten the lid and put it away upside down, then stir

when using in the normal upright position:)


Darn Good Idea, I'll Try that! I Never heard that before.
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Message 1324479 - Posted: 4 Jan 2013, 7:05:05 UTC - in response to Message 1322585.  
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Almond butter is made near here.. an alternative for those who have peanut allergies.

The basic recipe to make peanut butter is peanuts, salt, and if needed a little bit of oil, blend until creamy. spread on.. well whatever you want.


Every time I have done it after a week or so the oil starts coming to the top.





that is why you firmly ti-ten the lid and put it away upside down, then stir

when using in the normal upright position:)


Darn Good Idea, I'll Try that! I Never heard that before.


I do grind my own peanut butter at the store at times which is good but the oil has been the problem. It sure gets stiff fast though. :( After a few days here comes the oil to the top.
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Message 1325656 - Posted: 8 Jan 2013, 1:10:51 UTC - in response to Message 1324479.  
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My sister sent me somethings I haven't had in almost 50 years Honey Butter and Apple Butter, this should do nicely to the sugar level. :)
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Message 1325693 - Posted: 8 Jan 2013, 5:45:00 UTC - in response to Message 1325656.  

My sister sent me somethings I haven't had in almost 50 years Honey Butter and Apple Butter, this should do nicely to the sugar level. :)

Ooooh, peanut butter and honey on toast.
Or Peanut Butter and Apple Butter sandwich.
Time for a snack before bedtime.....
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Message 1325732 - Posted: 8 Jan 2013, 8:13:58 UTC - in response to Message 1325693.  
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My sister sent me somethings I haven't had in almost 50 years Honey Butter and Apple Butter, this should do nicely to the sugar level. :)

Ooooh, peanut butter and honey on toast.
Or Peanut Butter and Apple Butter sandwich.
Time for a snack before bedtime.....


Oh Donald that honey butter was a real treat, takes me back a long long time ago :) Peanut Butter your right about it would go great with it too. My Dad had 100's of bee hives when I was a kid and that was our candy then. True Story. Candy was a rare treat, money was rarer. LOL Early 30's was one tough can of worms and sorry to say some people didn't make it. I don't want to ever do that again. :(
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Message 1325841 - Posted: 8 Jan 2013, 20:34:47 UTC

Here's a new one I invented last week:

Spread cream cheese on a graham cracker, then dip in melted chocolate.

(I had some chocolate that had turned blotchy from age, so I melted it. A mix of a 70% dark bar and part of a bag of semi-sweet chips.)

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Message 1325994 - Posted: 9 Jan 2013, 7:52:11 UTC

Sounds good, David :)
I love strawberries dipped in melted chocolate myself.
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Message 1326018 - Posted: 9 Jan 2013, 10:25:58 UTC - in response to Message 1325994.  

Sounds good, David :)
I love strawberries dipped in melted chocolate myself.


Yes if you can find a good chocolate that works fine, Julie you have some of the best over there. Oh we have good ones here but you pay and arm and a leg for it.


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