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Iowa999
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Re: Someone's having a pity party
January 06, 2014 12:55PM
The paint on that bug probably includes lead, which is very bad for....

Oh, wait! A bunch of things about JVL suddenly started making sense.

NVM.
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Re: Someone's having a pity party
January 06, 2014 07:45PM
I thought it was hide the salami, not hide the pickled cucumbers, John.



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Re: Someone's having a pity party
January 06, 2014 07:49PM
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The paint on that bug probably includes lead, which is very bad for....

Oh, wait! A bunch of things about JVL suddenly started making sense.

NVM.

Oh, snap.

Is this where I make an inappropriate Made in China lead paint joke? I KEEEEEEEEEEEEED,JV!



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Re: Someone's having a pity party
January 06, 2014 08:24PM
I'm an old-school D&D player, so I really shouldn't be making comments about lead-poisoning, anyway.
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Re: Someone's having a pity party
January 11, 2014 08:45PM
John I had thought about bringing you the pickles along with the applesauce and then I decided to keep them all for myself! Most have been devoured already.

I always give John my experimental jams and jellies and ask him to share with the family.... just keep an eye on the girls for a couple of days..... Once I get the ok they aren't twitching or acting funny I put my "botulism free" stamp of approval. smiling smiley

The only thing I add when canning of any sort is a lot of sugar and love winking smiley

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Tim I haven't made grape juice but a friend I work with does the same...also does this with blueberries something I will try this year. I did take the juice though from all my berries I used in jams and mixed it with vodka for some nice martini blends. Of course it looks like moonshine in my freezer but that's all part of the fun.



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Re: Someone's having a pity party
January 13, 2014 07:34PM
For once, can we have a titty party? Lets put the rally nerds to bed and see some titties. It's not that hard.
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Re: Someone's having a pity party
June 26, 2014 05:32PM
I'm just now getting into the whole "why don't i grow some food at home" thing ..

Farming.. women garden.. men farm ...

I really want to grow a lot of blue berries, and i want some fruit trees. guess i'll have to learn to jar if i end up with a lot of them.

so far my yellow thumb i think keeps me safe from that danger though. smiling smiley
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Re: Someone's having a pity party
July 10, 2014 07:25PM
Moisture. That's relevant right? I don't care about call outs. LAAAAAAME.
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Re: Someone's having a pity party
January 27, 2015 08:32PM
I like a chocolate sponge with real raspberries on top of a chocolate covering!
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Re: Someone's having a pity party
January 27, 2015 08:36PM
Try boiled rhubarb (sweetened slightly with sugar) with cold home made custard!
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Re: Someone's having a pity party
January 27, 2015 08:41PM
Pickles to me are pickled onions. Boil apple cider vinegar with the pickling spices in a bag for about 30 mins. Cut and peel said onions, they vary in size from about 1", sometimes smaller. Put onions in a pickling jar, then fill up the space with the now cooled spiced vinegar. Leave for 3 months (if you can)! Best thing to accompany Heinz baked beans on toast for lunch!

Lastly, as a kid, we would eat rhubarb raw! Try it sometime!



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