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Old 07-11-2012, 10:11 AM   #76
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Here is a picture of just one of many kinds of Baked Alaska. (it's NOT the recipe that I posted however)

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Old 07-11-2012, 11:23 AM   #77
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OMG that looks amazing! Yeah defo drink all the milk in cereal! It's good with cocopops as the milk goes chocolatey! Awesome
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Old 07-11-2012, 06:46 PM   #78
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When you eat a bowl of cereal, do you drink the milk as well or eat just the cereal?
Don't eat much cereal. Unfortunately, for me, I think that cereal is the best SNACK food ever made. The cereal never makes it to the bowl to be covered with milk
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I had Baked Alaska once on a cruise. YUM!!!!!
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When you eat a bowl of cereal, do you drink the milk as well or eat just the cereal?
You bet your booty I drink the milk! Yummers, esp if cocoa krispies!
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Do you own a crockpot? If so, what sort of things do you cook in it?
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Old 07-12-2012, 10:47 AM   #82
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OH yes we have a crock pot and we definitely use it. My mom puts meatballs, roast, soup, ribs, pork and sour kraut, hot wings,.....on and on and on lol. Always tastes good too.
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Haven't got a clue what a crockpot is but I know a few crackpots! A crackpot is a nice way of saying a crazy person in Scotland either a crackpot or an eejit! Hahaha!
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A crockpot is a slow cooker. You can put a roast or such into it in the morning. Plug it in, and let it cook throughout the day, and have your meal ready for dinner.

I made a bbq pulled pork yesterday in mines.
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Today, we had gone to a pet shop, and bought fish. Two out of our five fishies, were up for adoption. Never heard the idea of adopting a fish, but there are people that turn in their fish, and other pets to the pet store, and they try to find them new homes.

So todays QOTD is-have you adopted pets-from a pet store, Humane Society.....?
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Today, we had gone to a pet shop, and bought fish. Two out of our five fishies, were up for adoption. Never heard the idea of adopting a fish, but there are people that turn in their fish, and other pets to the pet store, and they try to find them new homes.

So todays QOTD is-have you adopted pets-from a pet store, Humane Society.....?
Yay for two new fishies! My family has adopted from a pet store once. We got a kitten and named her Rosie. She was orange and white. Had her for about 7 years.
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Has anyone had an experience raising an Oscar type fish?
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Old 07-15-2012, 02:58 PM   #89
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How big is your family, and do you always get to see them? Do you always get together with your family for holidays, reunions....? When you get together with your family, what sort of things do all of you like doing together?
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Has anyone had an experience raising an Oscar type fish?
Never had a fish... so im afraid I can't help you.

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Well.. I am part of a family of 6 and we all still live under the same roof. So I always see them lol. As far as extended family goes likes aunts and uncles, the farthest family lives...15minutes away. So we see them often. We do get together for holidays, especially Christmas. Don't have too many reunions tho. What we do when we are together is, everyone brings food, we hang out and talk, the younger ones will play games. Sometimes the adults will play a card game or two but mostly just talk.
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