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>,
Puester > wrote:

> > Isn't BRG a little young for coffee? ;-)
> >
> > Bob

>
>
> Can you ever be too young for coffee?


See? What I told him, too! He's a heathen and one can't expect too
much from him.

> My mother, who had 14 godchildren, used to offer "fairy coffee" to the
> kids when the adults in the family drank coffee. She served it to the
> kids very light and sweet, and they loved it.
>
> gloria p


Fairy coffee!! I love it! I'm amazed that the BRG drinks her coffee
without sugar - she likes way too much stuff way too sweet AFAIC.
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In article >,
Wayne Boatwright > wrote:

> On Sun 01 Jan 2006 04:40:11p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it Christine
> Dabney?
>
> > On 2 Jan 2006 00:40:12 +0100, Wayne Boatwright
> > > wrote:
> >
> >>On Sun 01 Jan 2006 04:32:49p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it Christine
> >>Dabney?
> >>
> >>> Leftover Pear, cherry and chocolate bread pudding. Very good eaten
> >>> cold from the fridge.
> >>>
> >>> Christine
> >>
> >>That sounds SO good!

> >
> > Oh believe me, it is. It is from the book by David Lebovitz, called
> > Ripe for Dessert.
> >
> > This is the 2nd time I have made this bread pudding, and I really
> > think it is one of the better ones I have made. Next time I am
> > thinking that dried apricots might be a good addition it it.

>
> They would, indeed! I love using dried apricots. The last time I used
> them in a dessert, I cooked and mashed them to a coarse, thick puree as a
> filling for fried pies. I love those things!


Get the Blenheim slab aps from TJ. I use them in a couple jams and
spreads I do,
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"Chris" > wrote:
> by toasted leftover baguette w/ a tiny bit of butter and some
> blackberry jam.
> Chris



Where'd you get the blackberry jam, Chris?
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On Mon 02 Jan 2006 07:08:39a, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it Melba's
Jammin'?

> In article >,
> Wayne Boatwright > wrote:
>
>> On Sun 01 Jan 2006 04:40:11p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it
>> Christine Dabney?
>>
>> > On 2 Jan 2006 00:40:12 +0100, Wayne Boatwright
>> > > wrote:
>> >
>> >>On Sun 01 Jan 2006 04:32:49p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it
>> >>Christine Dabney?
>> >>
>> >>> Leftover Pear, cherry and chocolate bread pudding. Very good eaten
>> >>> cold from the fridge.
>> >>>
>> >>> Christine
>> >>
>> >>That sounds SO good!
>> >
>> > Oh believe me, it is. It is from the book by David Lebovitz, called
>> > Ripe for Dessert.
>> >
>> > This is the 2nd time I have made this bread pudding, and I really
>> > think it is one of the better ones I have made. Next time I am
>> > thinking that dried apricots might be a good addition it it.

>>
>> They would, indeed! I love using dried apricots. The last time I used
>> them in a dessert, I cooked and mashed them to a coarse, thick puree as
>> a filling for fried pies. I love those things!

>
> Get the Blenheim slab aps from TJ. I use them in a couple jams and
> spreads I do,


Thanks, I'll look for them next trip.

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zxcvbob > wrote:

> Canned blackeyed peas, buttered cornbread, boiled cabbage. And some
> leftover hot cheeseburger dip poured over a piece of cornbread.
>
> Bob


Oh, yum. Too bad my car broke down on the way down, Damn shame.
Tragedy.
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"Bob Terwilliger" > wrote in message
...
> Dee wrote:
>
>> After a couple of cups of hot tea - no milk or sugar or honey,
>> One bowl which has this in it:
>> 1)TJ's Organic Oatmeal, steel-cut oats, or the TJ's combination of oats,
>> barley & wheat
>> 2)Ground Flax seed & wheat germ
>> 3)Stonyfarm Yogurt
>> 4) Teensy bit of Coconut Milk
>> 5)Organic Italian honey
>> 6)Ceylon or Vietnamese Cinnamon
>> 7)Organic sunflower seeds
>> 8)Dried Blueberries cooked with the oatmeal in distilled water or reverse
>> osmosis water
>> I top it off with Multi Enzymes and Probiotics, some red yeast & extra
>> Vitamin D -- yum yum good.

>
> Bouncing this against the list of "14 Superfoods" it's rather impressive:
>
> Beans
> Blueberries CHECK!
> Broccoli
> Oats CHECK!
> Oranges
> Pumpkin
> Salmon
> Soy
> Spinach
> Tea -- green or black CHECK!
> Tomatoes
> Turkey
> Walnuts
> Yogurt CHECK!
>
>
> You're having beans at one of your other meals, right? You *could* notch
> up
> another item by putting soymilk either into your tea or your oatmeal. And
> it looks like walnuts would fit right in with your oatmeal, too.
>
> But I suppose adding broccoli, oranges, pumpkin, salmon, spinach,
> tomatoes,
> and turkey to your oatmeal would take away some of its appeal. :-)
>
>
> Bob

Thanks Bob for the 14 foods. Yesterday in addition, I got the beans,
salmon, oranges, spinach and tomatoes. Everytime DH gets a hand-full of
walnuts, I have a few, so I get the walnuts.

Broccoli and pumpkin are foods I don't get enough of. Broccoli must be
good because it taste like fish to me, yuk! I think I'll have some tofu
today. Turkey? well, I wonder what about it made the top list instead of
chicken.

Re-looking at the sunflower seeds for the omega 3, I was definitely wrong.
The flax I am using takes care of the omega 3. And I use "coromega" fish oil
every day as well.
http://www.pponline.co.uk/encyc/omega-3-omega-6.html

You know, I googled these top foods before, but couldn't find them; thanks
for including them.
Dee Dee



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Melba's Jammin' wrote:
> In article >,
> zxcvbob > wrote:
>
>
>>Melba's Jammin' wrote:
>>
>>>If you want to call it a meal . . . . Gingerbread cookies, frosted and
>>>decorated at 8:45 a.m. with the visiting short person. Coffee for both
>>>of us, and Grandpa, too.

>>
>>
>>Isn't BRG a little young for coffee? ;-)
>>
>>Bob

>
>
> You're never too young! How old were you when you started drinking it?
> I was probably her age. All my life. Hers is half coffee and half
> milk -- maybe a little more than half milk. No sugar. That part is
> interesting because she's been allowed to dump sugar on most anything,
> <baba rolls eyes and crosses herself>. I've added a couple stories and
> pics to my webpage (the Sam I Am! tab and the church review on the main
> page) -- she's not much for eating the cookies; she just likes to help
> in the kitchen.



It's funny - at first I thought "oh my goodness NO I wouldn't give my
kids coffee!" After I thought for a second, I give em tea...so why
not...well, other than the fact that we have 3 adults that drink a lot
of coffee - I don't really need more coffee drinkers in this house lol

Roberta (in VA)
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"Roberta" > wrote

> It's funny - at first I thought "oh my goodness NO I wouldn't give my kids
> coffee!" After I thought for a second, I give em tea...so why not...well,
> other than the fact that we have 3 adults that drink a lot of coffee - I
> don't really need more coffee drinkers in this house lol


A son of a friend of mine was diagnosed ADD quite a few years
ago, one thing she was told to help him was to give him coffee.
Struck me as a strange thing. I guess if it helped him to focus, why
not?

nancy



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Nancy Young wrote:

> "Roberta" > wrote
>
> > It's funny - at first I thought "oh my goodness NO I wouldn't give my kids
> > coffee!" After I thought for a second, I give em tea...so why not...well,
> > other than the fact that we have 3 adults that drink a lot of coffee - I
> > don't really need more coffee drinkers in this house lol

>
> A son of a friend of mine was diagnosed ADD quite a few years
> ago, one thing she was told to help him was to give him coffee.
> Struck me as a strange thing. I guess if it helped him to focus, why
> not?
>


I remember quite a few kids who would be diagnosed ADD these days, but back then
the prescription was a spanking.
:-)





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On Mon, 02 Jan 2006 08:03:42 -0600, Melba's Jammin'
> wrote:

>In article >,
> zxcvbob > wrote:
>
>> Melba's Jammin' wrote:
>> > If you want to call it a meal . . . . Gingerbread cookies, frosted and
>> > decorated at 8:45 a.m. with the visiting short person. Coffee for both
>> > of us, and Grandpa, too.

>>
>>
>> Isn't BRG a little young for coffee? ;-)
>>
>> Bob

>
>You're never too young! How old were you when you started drinking it?
>I was probably her age. All my life. Hers is half coffee and half
>milk -- maybe a little more than half milk. No sugar. That part is
>interesting because she's been allowed to dump sugar on most anything,
><baba rolls eyes and crosses herself>. I've added a couple stories and
>pics to my webpage (the Sam I Am! tab and the church review on the main
>page) -- she's not much for eating the cookies; she just likes to help
>in the kitchen.


I started at about age 3. I do not remember not drinking coffee. I
use to lie on the surveys in elementary school about "what did you
have for breakfast this morning?"
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On 2 Jan 2006 01:54:02 -0600, "Bob Terwilliger"
> wrote:


>Beans I maybe eat this once a month
>Blueberries once a year
>Broccoli twice a month
>Oats once a month
>Oranges once or twice a year
>Pumpkin once or twice a year
>Salmon four or five times a year
>Soy (is any of that hidden in the Chinese buffet I like?)
>Spinach ah...twice a week
>Tea -- black once or twice a month
>Tomatoes once a week
>Turkey twice a month
>Walnuts once a month
>Yogurt once a year
>Bob


this is interesting Bob...did this come from USDA? I would like to
read more about these "Superfoods"! So, should we be striving to
include these foods in our weekly diets as much as possible?
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In article <Mubuf.59198$4l5.57306@dukeread05>,
Roberta > wrote:

> Melba's Jammin' wrote:
> > In article >,
> > zxcvbob > wrote:
> >
> >
> >>Melba's Jammin' wrote:
> >>
> >>>If you want to call it a meal . . . . Gingerbread cookies, frosted and
> >>>decorated at 8:45 a.m. with the visiting short person. Coffee for both
> >>>of us, and Grandpa, too.
> >>
> >>
> >>Isn't BRG a little young for coffee? ;-)
> >>
> >>Bob

> >
> >
> > You're never too young! How old were you when you started drinking it?
> > I was probably her age. All my life. Hers is half coffee and half
> > milk -- maybe a little more than half milk. No sugar. That part is
> > interesting because she's been allowed to dump sugar on most anything,
> > <baba rolls eyes and crosses herself>. I've added a couple stories and
> > pics to my webpage (the Sam I Am! tab and the church review on the main
> > page) -- she's not much for eating the cookies; she just likes to help
> > in the kitchen.

>
>
> It's funny - at first I thought "oh my goodness NO I wouldn't give my
> kids coffee!" After I thought for a second, I give em tea...so why
> not...well, other than the fact that we have 3 adults that drink a lot
> of coffee - I don't really need more coffee drinkers in this house lol
>
> Roberta (in VA)


My paternal grandmother started me drinking tea when I was about the age
of Barb's granddaughter, according to my mother. This was in spite of
the fact that both paternal grandparents were heavy coffee drinkers. I
have never acquired the taste for coffee, as much as the SO has tried.
I love the smell of coffee (probably a vestige of childhood), but can't
get the stuff past my lips unless it's Vietnamese iced coffee.

Yesterday I had yogurt and toast for breakfast, and an omelet for lunch.
Last night was the neighborhood Latkepalooza, in honor of the last night
of Hanukkah. White and sweet potato latkes with salad, and cake I made
with some leftover key limes.

Cindy

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"Melba's Jammin'" > wrote in message
...
> In article <Fd2uf.7425$7x.4730@trnddc03>,
> "Chris" > wrote:
>> by toasted leftover baguette w/ a tiny bit of butter and some
>> blackberry jam.
>> Chris

>
>
> Where'd you get the blackberry jam, Chris?
> --


Trader Joe's. Seedless. The squarish jar with the white label. I like it,
but must confess that whenever I take the jar out of the fridge, I think of
you and wonder how much better your blackberry jam is!

A few years ago I made blackberry something (jam? preserves? can't remember
which, it was my first time). They were quite yummy (if I do say so
myself!). I found a jar of that stuff recently, but didn't know whether it
would still be any good. I had used the "shortcut" method on the pectin box
of standing the jars upside down in boiling water, rather then the "real"
way, and I think the box said that you shouldn't keep the shortcut kind
around as long as the other kind. So I chucked it. It was fun, though.

Chris


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Dave Smith wrote:
>
> Nancy Young wrote:
>
> > "Roberta" > wrote
> >
> > > It's funny - at first I thought "oh my goodness NO I wouldn't give my kids
> > > coffee!" After I thought for a second, I give em tea...so why not...well,
> > > other than the fact that we have 3 adults that drink a lot of coffee - I
> > > don't really need more coffee drinkers in this house lol

> >
> > A son of a friend of mine was diagnosed ADD quite a few years
> > ago, one thing she was told to help him was to give him coffee.
> > Struck me as a strange thing. I guess if it helped him to focus, why
> > not?
> >

>
> I remember quite a few kids who would be diagnosed ADD these days, but back then
> the prescription was a spanking.
> :-)


When my kids were growing up that was the solution...before doing
that could land you in court. They weren't adhd, just the usual kid
stuff. We kept a close rein on them and they turned out pretty good....
My sister as an adhd 9 yr. old and she was advised to try the
caffein trick. I haven't heard yet how it went. ....Sharon


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In article >,
ensenadajim > wrote:
>On Sun, 1 Jan 2006 14:29:54 -0800, "Nexis" > wrote:
>
>>For breakfast this morning:
>>
>>Almond Waffles
>>Strawberries with raspberry coulis
>>Fresh pork sausage links
>>Applewood smoked bacon
>>Scrambled eggs with cheese, salsa & avocado on the side
>>Fresh squeezed orange juice (from Indian River Royal Red oranges, very
>>pretty and yummy!)
>>
>>All in all, a very satisfying meal
>>
>>Happy New Year !
>>
>>kimberly
>>

>
>No breakfast except a cup of coffee waiting for my frinds to swing by
>and pick me up - then off to a Mexican restaurant for stacked New
>Mexican enchiladas with scrambled eggs, followed by a nap and then off
>to my sister's for hot roast beef sandwiches and ham hocks and
>black-eyed peas.
>
>Shoulda had chiliquilles or menudo. Well, chiliquilles.


Nothin' wrong with stacked NM enchiladas, with or without egg. I hoovered
those down every chance I got when I was visiting the Land of Enchantment
last summer.

(I think I'd want another nap after that second meal, though.)

Checking in: sourdough toast and slab bacon, with cawfee. Lunch was
lentil pilaf with spinach (good luck lentils), with some more bacon to
tide me over while the beans cooked.

Charlotte
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In article <Syfuf.1486$A64.404@trnddc07>,
"Chris" > wrote:
(snippage)
> >> by toasted leftover baguette w/ a tiny bit of butter and some
> >> blackberry jam.
> >> Chris

> >
> >
> > Where'd you get the blackberry jam, Chris?


> but must confess that whenever I take the jar out of the fridge, I think of
> you and wonder how much better your blackberry jam is!


Might not be, but I'd hope so, too. :-)


> A few years ago I made blackberry something (jam? preserves? can't remember
> which, it was my first time). They were quite yummy (if I do say so
> myself!). I found a jar of that stuff recently, but didn't know whether it
> would still be any good. I had used the "shortcut" method on the pectin box
> of standing the jars upside down in boiling water, rather then the "real"
> way, and I think the box said that you shouldn't keep the shortcut kind
> around as long as the other kind. So I chucked it. It was fun, though.
>
> Chris


Too bad you pitched it. It was probably fine if it was still sealed.
Make some more. I've won a couple State Fair blue ribbons for my
blackberry jam, made from commercially frozen berries from the
supermarket. I process mine in a boiling water bath, though. And I'll
bet the method you used didn't have you standing the jars upside down in
water, either. :-)
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Nexis wrote:
:: For breakfast this morning:
::
:: Almond Waffles
:: Strawberries with raspberry coulis
:: Fresh pork sausage links
:: Applewood smoked bacon
:: Scrambled eggs with cheese, salsa & avocado on the side
:: Fresh squeezed orange juice (from Indian River Royal Red oranges,
very
:: pretty and yummy!)
::
:: All in all, a very satisfying meal
::
:: Happy New Year !
::
:: kimberly


Unless you count the Danish and OJ I had for a very light, very quick
breakfast, I had at about 6:30 am, my first meal of 2006 consisted
of...

5 servings of BBQ/smoked chicken, 4 thighs and a slice

water and soda crackers

5 BBQ'ed ribs, some much better than the others

water and soda crackers

2 tiny servings of BBQ'ed pulled pork and 2 slices of BBQ'ed sliced
pork butt

water and soda crackers

5 slices of BBQ'ed brisket, all different degrees of doneness

water and soda crackers

an excellent "brownie" and an excellent blonde "brownie" slice.
s'more made with gingersnaps instead of graham crackers

water

Banana pudding, properly made including banana slices and real vanilla
wafers
a chunk of a gingerbread/spice cake with a whipped topping

Finally...a BEER!

It was an excellent way to start the new year.

BOB

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Melba's Jammin' wrote:
> In article >,
> zxcvbob > wrote:
>
>
>>Melba's Jammin' wrote:
>>
>>>If you want to call it a meal . . . . Gingerbread cookies, frosted and
>>>decorated at 8:45 a.m. with the visiting short person. Coffee for both
>>>of us, and Grandpa, too.

>>
>>
>>Isn't BRG a little young for coffee? ;-)
>>
>>Bob

>
>
> You're never too young! How old were you when you started drinking it?
> I was probably her age. All my life. Hers is half coffee and half
> milk -- maybe a little more than half milk. No sugar. That part is
> interesting because she's been allowed to dump sugar on most anything,
> <baba rolls eyes and crosses herself>. I've added a couple stories and
> pics to my webpage (the Sam I Am! tab and the church review on the main
> page) -- she's not much for eating the cookies; she just likes to help
> in the kitchen.


I didn't drink coffee until I was forty. That is also the age when I
started to drink wine and other alcoholic drinks.

I still do not drink any kind of soda or beer. Never had a full glass
of either one.

I guess I was a late starter.
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sf wrote:
> On 1 Jan 2006 17:00:57 -0800, Jude wrote:
>
> > black eyed pea salad with yellow peppers, vidalia onions, and a
> > balsalmic vinaigrette

>
>
> Ooo Ooo recipe please?
> --
>
> Practice safe eating. Always use condiments.


Ha! Recipe? Desperatoin and the ingredients in my pantry!

1 can drained, rinsed black eyed peas
1/2 vidalia onion, minced
1/2 yellow bell pepper, minced
1 small can wax beans, drained and rinsed
1 handful parsley, minced
dressing: a couple T olive oil, a couple T balsamic vinegar, a pinch
sugar, salt, pepper, and italian seasoning.

Marinate in the fridge for a couple hours.

It turned out really well, and the latkes were a nice foil for it.
Enjoy!



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"Melba's Jammin'" > wrote in message
...
> In article <Syfuf.1486$A64.404@trnddc07>,
> "Chris" > wrote:
> (snippage)
>
>> A few years ago I made blackberry something (jam? preserves? can't
>> remember
>> which, it was my first time). They were quite yummy (if I do say so
>> myself!). I found a jar of that stuff recently, but didn't know whether
>> it
>> would still be any good. I had used the "shortcut" method on the pectin
>> box
>> of standing the jars upside down in boiling water, rather then the "real"
>> way, and I think the box said that you shouldn't keep the shortcut kind
>> around as long as the other kind. So I chucked it. It was fun, though.
>>
>> Chris

>
> Too bad you pitched it. It was probably fine if it was still sealed.
> Make some more. I've won a couple State Fair blue ribbons for my
> blackberry jam, made from commercially frozen berries from the
> supermarket. I process mine in a boiling water bath, though. And I'll
> bet the method you used didn't have you standing the jars upside down in
> water, either. :-)
> --


You're right....now that I think about it, they were standing upside down on
the counter on a towel, or something (it's been a while!). At the time, I
felt a little guilty for doing it that way, but at the time, it was the only
way the jam was gonna happen...Barb, would you mind answering a newbie
question? Why is the boiling water bath better? If it's that important, I
would possibly try to do it that way next time.

Chris


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"ensenadajim" > wrote in message
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> On Mon, 02 Jan 2006 04:45:25 GMT, "Chris" >
> wrote:
>
>>My first meal was a bacon taste test -- two different brands as described
>>in
>>another thread. The bacon was closely followed by toasted leftover
>>baguette
>>w/ a tiny bit of butter and some blackberry jam. And a cup of tea with a
>>teensy bit of sugar.

>
> So? The participants (bacon) and outcome were?
>
>


North Country Cob-smoked bacon was the clear winner...fantastic smoky taste
(though as noted by others, possibly too smoky for some dishes involving
bacon...but straight up, it's great stuff!). Dan Phillips' Secret Special
Blend (or something like that) was very good, as well. Hormel -- plonk.

Chris


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"Nexis" > wrote in message
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> For breakfast this morning:
>
> Almond Waffles
> Strawberries with raspberry coulis
> Fresh pork sausage links
> Applewood smoked bacon
> Scrambled eggs with cheese, salsa & avocado on the side
> Fresh squeezed orange juice (from Indian River Royal Red oranges, very
> pretty and yummy!)
>
> All in all, a very satisfying meal
>
> Happy New Year !
>
> kimberly


Beer and cigarettes.



Shaun aRe


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"Shaun aRe" > wrote in message
eenews.net...
>
> "Nexis" > wrote in message
> news:LIYtf.237$B93.13@fed1read07...
> > For breakfast this morning:
> >
> > Almond Waffles
> > Strawberries with raspberry coulis
> > Fresh pork sausage links
> > Applewood smoked bacon
> > Scrambled eggs with cheese, salsa & avocado on the side
> > Fresh squeezed orange juice (from Indian River Royal Red oranges, very
> > pretty and yummy!)
> >
> > All in all, a very satisfying meal
> >
> > Happy New Year !
> >
> > kimberly

>
> Beer and cigarettes.
>
>
>
> Shaun aRe
>
>


Me too, beer, beer, whisky, beer, whisky, beer and eventually a baked potato
and a salad.

kili


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In article ws.net>,
"Shaun aRe" > wrote:

> "Nexis" > wrote in message
> news:LIYtf.237$B93.13@fed1read07...
> > For breakfast this morning:
> >
> > Almond Waffles
> > Strawberries with raspberry coulis
> > Fresh pork sausage links
> > Applewood smoked bacon
> > Scrambled eggs with cheese, salsa & avocado on the side
> > Fresh squeezed orange juice (from Indian River Royal Red oranges, very
> > pretty and yummy!)
> >
> > All in all, a very satisfying meal
> >
> > Happy New Year !
> >
> > kimberly

>
> Beer and cigarettes.
>
>
>
> Shaun aRe
>
>


What KIND of cigarettes? ;-)
--
Om.

"My mother never saw the irony in calling me a son-of-a-bitch." -Jack Nicholson


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"kilikini" > wrote in message
...
>
> "Shaun aRe" > wrote in message
> eenews.net...
> >
> > "Nexis" > wrote in message
> > news:LIYtf.237$B93.13@fed1read07...
> > > For breakfast this morning:
> > >
> > > Almond Waffles
> > > Strawberries with raspberry coulis
> > > Fresh pork sausage links
> > > Applewood smoked bacon
> > > Scrambled eggs with cheese, salsa & avocado on the side
> > > Fresh squeezed orange juice (from Indian River Royal Red oranges, very
> > > pretty and yummy!)
> > >
> > > All in all, a very satisfying meal
> > >
> > > Happy New Year !
> > >
> > > kimberly

> >
> > Beer and cigarettes.
> >
> >
> >
> > Shaun aRe
> >
> >

>
> Me too, beer, beer, whisky, beer, whisky, beer and eventually a baked

potato
> and a salad.
>
> kili


',;~}~

Yaknow kili, thought of you as I typed that and wondered if you'd comment,
heheheh...

Yeah I had beer and a smoke, then another beer, then some port, after that
I'm not sure because I smoked a big J at some point too...

Cheers!


Shaun aRe, going home shortly, and opening beers ',;~}~


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"OmManiPadmeOmelet" > wrote in message
...
> In article ws.net>,
> "Shaun aRe" > wrote:
>
> > "Nexis" > wrote in message
> > news:LIYtf.237$B93.13@fed1read07...
> > > For breakfast this morning:
> > >
> > > Almond Waffles
> > > Strawberries with raspberry coulis
> > > Fresh pork sausage links
> > > Applewood smoked bacon
> > > Scrambled eggs with cheese, salsa & avocado on the side
> > > Fresh squeezed orange juice (from Indian River Royal Red oranges, very
> > > pretty and yummy!)
> > >
> > > All in all, a very satisfying meal
> > >
> > > Happy New Year !
> > >
> > > kimberly

> >
> > Beer and cigarettes.
> >
> >
> >
> > Shaun aRe
> >
> >

>
> What KIND of cigarettes? ;-)


First few hand rolled Golden Virginia in Zigzag green papers, with ZZ
ultra-slim filter tips, a little later a nice hash and GV baccy J, then it
gets kinda foggy... heheheh...

',;~}~

Shaun aRe - BTW, made the most out of the baby PT's that had been dying on
NYE (I'd saved them up) - consumed them along with a little pill and they
were wunnerful! I was horny as hell all damned night, heheheheh...


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"Shaun aRe" > wrote in message
reenews.net...
>
> "kilikini" > wrote in message
> ...
> >
> > "Shaun aRe" > wrote in message
> > eenews.net...
> > >
> > > "Nexis" > wrote in message
> > > news:LIYtf.237$B93.13@fed1read07...
> > > > For breakfast this morning:
> > > >
> > > > Almond Waffles
> > > > Strawberries with raspberry coulis
> > > > Fresh pork sausage links
> > > > Applewood smoked bacon
> > > > Scrambled eggs with cheese, salsa & avocado on the side
> > > > Fresh squeezed orange juice (from Indian River Royal Red oranges,

very
> > > > pretty and yummy!)
> > > >
> > > > All in all, a very satisfying meal
> > > >
> > > > Happy New Year !
> > > >
> > > > kimberly
> > >
> > > Beer and cigarettes.
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > Shaun aRe
> > >
> > >

> >
> > Me too, beer, beer, whisky, beer, whisky, beer and eventually a baked

> potato
> > and a salad.
> >
> > kili

>
> ',;~}~
>
> Yaknow kili, thought of you as I typed that and wondered if you'd comment,
> heheheh...
>
> Yeah I had beer and a smoke, then another beer, then some port, after that
> I'm not sure because I smoked a big J at some point too...
>
> Cheers!
>
>
> Shaun aRe, going home shortly, and opening beers ',;~}~
>
>


Great minds think alike!

kili <------- currently hoisting a fresh beer in your honor.


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In article ews.net>,
"Shaun aRe" > wrote:

> "OmManiPadmeOmelet" > wrote in message
> ...
> > In article ws.net>,
> > "Shaun aRe" > wrote:
> >
> > > "Nexis" > wrote in message
> > > news:LIYtf.237$B93.13@fed1read07...
> > > > For breakfast this morning:
> > > >
> > > > Almond Waffles
> > > > Strawberries with raspberry coulis
> > > > Fresh pork sausage links
> > > > Applewood smoked bacon
> > > > Scrambled eggs with cheese, salsa & avocado on the side
> > > > Fresh squeezed orange juice (from Indian River Royal Red oranges, very
> > > > pretty and yummy!)
> > > >
> > > > All in all, a very satisfying meal
> > > >
> > > > Happy New Year !
> > > >
> > > > kimberly
> > >
> > > Beer and cigarettes.
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > Shaun aRe
> > >
> > >

> >
> > What KIND of cigarettes? ;-)

>
> First few hand rolled Golden Virginia in Zigzag green papers, with ZZ
> ultra-slim filter tips, a little later a nice hash and GV baccy J, then it
> gets kinda foggy... heheheh...


Thought as much. ;-)

>
> ',;~}~
>
> Shaun aRe - BTW, made the most out of the baby PT's that had been dying on
> NYE (I'd saved them up) - consumed them along with a little pill and they
> were wunnerful! I was horny as hell all damned night, heheheheh...


Cool! Yours must be MUCH larger than mine.
The ones that I originally pulled out as 1cm size last winter and potted
tho' ARE bigger than the ones still in the original terrarium. I have a
2L bottle bottom over them so they are still in a terrarium environment.

Soon's the cold weather breaks, I'll repot all of those, then start
another batch of seeds.

>
>

--
Om.

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