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  1. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by RC
    Make sure and try JR's bisquits. They are very light and fuffy and yummy and ...
    Is fuffy the macho term for fluffy? ;)

    Be sure you come back and explain you have never been to my house for breakfast RC. These wenches always put 2 and 2 together and come up with 5.

    If you don't I am going to tell Grandpa you recommended my biscuits over his. ;)


    I just sold one of the cookbooks I bought for a gift so I need to replace it. I think I will start carrying one every where I go and see if I can keep selling them.
    Never let the children, Elders, the sick, or the infirm be exploited.


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    So, what's wrong with light and fuffy? I have lots of fuffy things. I have a fuffy cat, a fuffy down comforter. I have a fuffy butt, haha. I like fuffy bisquits just fine.

    BobC's fluffy. Now, that's different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moab
    heh! Buy a few more and see if you can beat me...
    Ditto! ;) HaHaHaHa!


    WY I did not say anything was wrong with fuffy. I just asked what it meant you trouble making wench. PpPpPp
    Never let the children, Elders, the sick, or the infirm be exploited.


    "I love everything that's old: old friends, old times, old manners, old books, old wines." Oliver Goldsmith


    Let's bring all our missing and military home safely!


    All of my thoughts written here are my constitutionally protected opinion.

    I reject any form of government in which the opinion of the village idiot is given the same weight as the opinion of Aristotle. (author unknown)


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    It means he probably didn't have his teeth in when he was trying to say "fluffy."
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    the philosophy which does not laugh,
    and the greatness which does not bow before children.

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    Au contraire! Unlike some of us RC is young enough to have his own teeth - Shhhhhh....with a few fillings here and there because he does have a sweet tooth. ;)
    Never let the children, Elders, the sick, or the infirm be exploited.


    "I love everything that's old: old friends, old times, old manners, old books, old wines." Oliver Goldsmith


    Let's bring all our missing and military home safely!


    All of my thoughts written here are my constitutionally protected opinion.

    I reject any form of government in which the opinion of the village idiot is given the same weight as the opinion of Aristotle. (author unknown)


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    Well, then, maybe he just hasn't learned how to speak with his new lips. haha
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    the philosophy which does not laugh,
    and the greatness which does not bow before children.

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    More likely he is not use to typing real words since he's a geek boy. ;) OTH he may have been speaking around a See's sucker - like I said, he does have a sweet tooth.
    Never let the children, Elders, the sick, or the infirm be exploited.


    "I love everything that's old: old friends, old times, old manners, old books, old wines." Oliver Goldsmith


    Let's bring all our missing and military home safely!


    All of my thoughts written here are my constitutionally protected opinion.

    I reject any form of government in which the opinion of the village idiot is given the same weight as the opinion of Aristotle. (author unknown)


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    I Ordered Two Books And Am Excited To Get Them. I Have My Grandmothers Recipe In It(marty's Marvelous Mustard Dip). She Passed Away Three Years Ago But Her Recipe Lives On.... This Is A Sweet Mustard Dip For Vege's, But Would Also Be Good On Grilled Chicken.

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    Yes Quinn it does sound fantastic though I need to know if you can make a substitution on one of the ingredients. Have you ever tried this? Can I use A-1 sauce for the Worcester sauce? I am allergic to seafood and Worcester sauce has anchovies in it.

    I've done it before and it's usually OK.
    Never let the children, Elders, the sick, or the infirm be exploited.


    "I love everything that's old: old friends, old times, old manners, old books, old wines." Oliver Goldsmith


    Let's bring all our missing and military home safely!


    All of my thoughts written here are my constitutionally protected opinion.

    I reject any form of government in which the opinion of the village idiot is given the same weight as the opinion of Aristotle. (author unknown)


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    Quote Originally Posted by J_R
    Yes Quinn it does sound fantastic though I need to know if you can make a substitution on one of the ingredients. Have you ever tried this? Can I use A-1 sauce for the Worcester sauce? I am allergic to seafood and Worcester sauce has anchovies in it.

    I've done it before and it's usually OK.
    I WILL HAVE TO TRY THAT. WE SOMETIMES CUT BACK ON THE HORSEREADISH AND ADD A LITTLE OF FRANK'S HOT SAUCE TO ADD A LITTLE KICK. LET ME KMOW HOW IT IS WITH THE A-1 SAUCE.

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    Will do. Of course I won't be able to compare for you. The recipe appeals to me because I love horseradish and mustard so the combo has to be good - at least in my book. ;)


    Ah...who am I kidding? I love spicy - period.
    Never let the children, Elders, the sick, or the infirm be exploited.


    "I love everything that's old: old friends, old times, old manners, old books, old wines." Oliver Goldsmith


    Let's bring all our missing and military home safely!


    All of my thoughts written here are my constitutionally protected opinion.

    I reject any form of government in which the opinion of the village idiot is given the same weight as the opinion of Aristotle. (author unknown)


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    How could leaving out one letter create so many post?

    Okay it's fluffy not fuffy.

    JR volunteered to take over the cookbook orders next week. Isn't he a sweetie?

    I did an interview on the local ABC affiliate's morning show today about the cookbooks. I think we will pass 150 cookbook sales this week. That's not a bad first week. Only 550 more cookbooks to sell.



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