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Message 1729526 - Posted: 27 Sep 2015, 12:45:08 UTC - in response to Message 1729523.  

Sunday and Pizza Day.
Not Straw Hat Pizza or Pizza Hut getting all of those artificial ingredients that never belonged on a pizza in the first place

My fav is a a frozen Tombstone. Best frozen pizza ever.

Mama Mia. Real Pizza has Italian names.
Like Capricciosa, Quattro Stagione, Marinara ...

Mama Mia.............

LOL.
Our Russian friends have made a cover of Mama Mia.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTbL1hH19BE

LOL, I had a Buick once with a front mounted cannon.
Of course, when I was running up somebody's arse, it would fire at will.
Yeah, I had a 455 Grand Sport.

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Message 1730263 - Posted: 30 Sep 2015, 5:32:15 UTC
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If you find yourself in Stockholm:)
There you could eat pancaces with cream, lingonberries and bacon.

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Message 1730324 - Posted: 30 Sep 2015, 12:43:59 UTC
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My fifth attempt at baking bread in the bread machine
was only slightly more successful than the first four.
I made "mostly white" bread. I used one cup of wheat
flour instead of white. I used "bread flour" for the
white flour.

It rose a little, but not as much as it should have.
It didn't collapse. It was almost edible, and
I did eat some with butter. I didn't like it. Again,
the raccoons had a feast. (I even put honey on a couple
of the pieces for the raccoons. I did this after learning
that raccoons will tear up bee hives in many cases.)

I'm probably going to be giving up and selling the
machine. Maybe I'll try some more exotic bread
before I completely give up. Something like rye bread
or something like that.
~Sue~

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Message 1730339 - Posted: 30 Sep 2015, 14:17:48 UTC

I'm sorry to read that your bread isn't doing what it should be doing, Suzie.

On a different note, I have decided that Rally's French Fries are my favorite fast food fries. Some of you may know Rally's as Checker's. The fries are seasoned sort of like Arby's, but not curly, and actually crispier, and more addictive, imo. I gave up on Wendy's limp fries, and Burger King, too. McDonald's fries are acceptable, but something about Rally's fries makes them destination-worthy. Go try some if you have a Rally's or Checker's near you. :~)
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Message 1730839 - Posted: 1 Oct 2015, 21:21:16 UTC - in response to Message 1730339.  

I'm sorry to read that your bread isn't doing what it should be doing, Suzie.

On a different note, I have decided that Rally's French Fries are my favorite fast food fries. Some of you may know Rally's as Checker's. The fries are seasoned sort of like Arby's, but not curly, and actually crispier, and more addictive, imo. I gave up on Wendy's limp fries, and Burger King, too. McDonald's fries are acceptable, but something about Rally's fries makes them destination-worthy. Go try some if you have a Rally's or Checker's near you. :~)


I LOVE those things!! I discovered them in the frozen department at
Walmart. I buy them almost every time I go grocery shopping. We don't
have a Rally's or a Checker's where I live. I just tried them once when I
saw them in the store because I like seasoned fries.
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Message 1731102 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 12:02:30 UTC - in response to Message 1730839.  

I'm sorry to read that your bread isn't doing what it should be doing, Suzie.

On a different note, I have decided that Rally's French Fries are my favorite fast food fries. Some of you may know Rally's as Checker's. The fries are seasoned sort of like Arby's, but not curly, and actually crispier, and more addictive, imo. I gave up on Wendy's limp fries, and Burger King, too. McDonald's fries are acceptable, but something about Rally's fries makes them destination-worthy. Go try some if you have a Rally's or Checker's near you. :~)


I LOVE those things!! I discovered them in the frozen department at
Walmart. I buy them almost every time I go grocery shopping. We don't
have a Rally's or a Checker's where I live. I just tried them once when I
saw them in the store because I like seasoned fries.


I saw them in Walmart the other day. I might try that. Thing is, Rally's is so close to my house, it's too easy to get them; they are very addictive.
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Message 1731188 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 16:15:17 UTC - in response to Message 1731102.  
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I'm sorry to read that your bread isn't doing what it should be doing, Suzie.

On a different note, I have decided that Rally's French Fries are my favorite fast food fries. Some of you may know Rally's as Checker's. The fries are seasoned sort of like Arby's, but not curly, and actually crispier, and more addictive, imo. I gave up on Wendy's limp fries, and Burger King, too. McDonald's fries are acceptable, but something about Rally's fries makes them destination-worthy. Go try some if you have a Rally's or Checker's near you. :~)


I LOVE those things!! I discovered them in the frozen department at
Walmart. I buy them almost every time I go grocery shopping. We don't
have a Rally's or a Checker's where I live. I just tried them once when I
saw them in the store because I like seasoned fries.


I saw them in Walmart the other day. I might try that. Thing is, Rally's is so close to my house, it's too easy to get them; they are very addictive.


If you can get the real thing at Rally's, you might not like the ones at
Walmart. Of course, the only way to know is to try them.
~Sue~

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Message 1731222 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 17:54:34 UTC
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I had some ready made Thai Red Curry today.
Yeck.
Nice taste but awfully sweet!
I did my own rice to it and still it's not edible...

10% of the "food" is sugar!!!!
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Message 1731248 - Posted: 2 Oct 2015, 20:57:22 UTC - in response to Message 1731188.  

I'm sorry to read that your bread isn't doing what it should be doing, Suzie.

On a different note, I have decided that Rally's French Fries are my favorite fast food fries. Some of you may know Rally's as Checker's. The fries are seasoned sort of like Arby's, but not curly, and actually crispier, and more addictive, imo. I gave up on Wendy's limp fries, and Burger King, too. McDonald's fries are acceptable, but something about Rally's fries makes them destination-worthy. Go try some if you have a Rally's or Checker's near you. :~)


I LOVE those things!! I discovered them in the frozen department at
Walmart. I buy them almost every time I go grocery shopping. We don't
have a Rally's or a Checker's where I live. I just tried them once when I
saw them in the store because I like seasoned fries.


I saw them in Walmart the other day. I might try that. Thing is, Rally's is so close to my house, it's too easy to get them; they are very addictive.


If you can get the real thing at Rally's, you might not like the ones at
Walmart. Of course, the only way to know is to try them.

Today I've been to 'Jack in the Box' and then 'Denny's', 1st an Extreme Sausage sandwich for breakfast @ Jacks, then for Lunch a Burger that had a scrambled egg, hash browns, cheese, that's one of the Slams there, I can't remember which one(sorry), w/a side order of crinkle cut fries, plus in both places I had some Dr Pepper.

I'm stuffed, Kaput and Snafued..
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Message 1731417 - Posted: 3 Oct 2015, 7:13:10 UTC

Has anybody tried the Halloween Whopper? Looks kinda scary to me.
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Message 1731420 - Posted: 3 Oct 2015, 7:18:44 UTC - in response to Message 1731417.  

Has anybody tried the Halloween Whopper? Looks kinda scary to me.

Nope, not yet, bwahahahaha...

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Message 1731444 - Posted: 3 Oct 2015, 9:50:49 UTC - in response to Message 1731420.  
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Has anybody tried the Halloween Whopper? Looks kinda scary to me.

Nope, not yet, bwahahahaha...

Burger King’s Halloween Whopper with a black bun is called “deliciously dark” by Burger King. Indeed, the Halloween Whopper with the jet black buns definitely looks curious enough for even so-called “clean eaters” to eventually want to give it a try, if not for the giggles that might ensue upon witnessing the green poop it produces, reports Mass Live. Writer Nick O’Malley admitted that eating the Halloween Whopper with a black bun full of sesame seeds wasn’t the biggest thrill for him, even with the steak sauce that Burger King makes sound so yummy in their description of the Whopper with the ink black bun.
Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/2466312/burger-kings-halloween-whopper-with-black-bun-will-turn-your-poop-green/#tAcC6qIW2u6kE3f0.99
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Message 1731975 - Posted: 5 Oct 2015, 1:23:50 UTC

Malin Ã…kerman's Many Swedish Traditions.
Tunnbrödsrulle:)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bU_mCKhl6A
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Message 1732178 - Posted: 6 Oct 2015, 1:53:14 UTC

Now for all those Pancake aficionados, here's some Pancake syrup with 0 calories, 1 gram of carbs and well see the pic. This has no sugar alcohol at all, which means no sorbitol or maltitol.

$7.99 for 750ml, I've seen higher prices for this on Amazon.
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Message 1732184 - Posted: 6 Oct 2015, 2:25:33 UTC - in response to Message 1732178.  
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Splenda
Hmm.
I dont know.
I have read that artificial sweeteners could trig problems for diabetics.

Yes indeed, here we are!
At Saint Alfonzo's Pancake Breakfast
Where I stole the mar-juh-reen
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Message 1732442 - Posted: 7 Oct 2015, 2:50:20 UTC

On artificial sweeteners, the scientific jury is still out, Big Sugar is still out there.

On another front of uneasiness with artificial sweeteners, a recent study published in the journal Nature found that three synthetic sweeteners — saccharin (Sweet'n Low), sucralose (Splenda) and aspartame (Equal) — upset the balance of intestinal flora, causing glucose intolerance in mice and in some humans tested.

“Studies in rodents cannot necessarily be extrapolated to humans,” Hill says. “Also, virtually everything affects the intestinal flora.”

Nevertheless, some people attempt to sidestep potential problems with artificial sweeteners by turning to natural alternatives, but even those can cause trouble. For example, sugar alcohols, which are sweet, low-calorie chemicals naturally found in fruits, can produce bloating or laxative effects if used in large doses.

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Message 1732626 - Posted: 7 Oct 2015, 19:23:55 UTC

I have never understood the use of artificial sweeteners in drinks such as coffee or tea. One teaspoon of real sugar is 16 calories. Although I prefer my tea black, if I wanted it sweetened I cannot possibly imagine wanting it sweeter than what you would get by adding a tsp of sugar.
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Message 1732633 - Posted: 7 Oct 2015, 19:54:39 UTC - in response to Message 1732178.  

Now for all those Pancake aficionados, here's some Pancake syrup with 0 calories, 1 gram of carbs and well see the pic. This has no sugar alcohol at all, which means no sorbitol or maltitol.

$7.99 for 750ml, I've seen higher prices for this on Amazon.

Calories or not, health risks of artificial sweeteners or not, I'm not paying that much for a bottle of syrup.
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Waiting for a message from a small furry creature from Alpha Centauri.

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