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  • wolkristen 2 years ago
    I'm sorry to take so long to answer your question. The photo was borrowed. I think you could use a round french bread. Our local Safeway (which I believe is Vons in other areas) carries it.
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  • suecake 3 years ago
    Thanks For The Stars On Recipe.
    Have A Blessed Day ** Sue**
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  • craners 3 years ago
    R U Back?????
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  • deadgirlsuperstar 4 years ago about Leave On Hair Treatment
    This sounds awesome, even just the scent combo alone!
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  • huxter 4 years ago
    Why isn't this account deleted if it the wish of the member??
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  • wishmypagewouldgoaway 4 years ago
    delete above account please
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  • elgourmand 4 years ago
    Hay Marie: I'm new here but I think everyone of the good people are important. You have some really great friends at GR and it looks to me like you just struck your tent and stole into the night. I'm just an old coot who lives a long way out of town but if there is anything I can do to get you to come back just say the word. If you had trouble with a Troll or two just point the way and the trolls will be history. GR is such a great site and there are so many really good people here that it would be a shame for you to miss out on that and for them to miss out on you. "Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth.” -BUDDHA The truth will set you free. But first, it will piss you off. Gloria Steinem. I stole the quotes from one of my cooking buddies but they are great and she wouldn't mind. RJ
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  • pocketfulofwords 4 years ago about Floor Wash
    Love this recipe. I learned about vinegar for windows from my dad but hadn't heard of mixing it with soap. I'm fully stocked with cleaning stuff now but I will be sure to make my own batch next time. Thanks!
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  • brianna 4 years ago about Leave On Hair Treatment
    I definately have to try this out. Love these natural products. thanks & 5 forks
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  • kingofallassholes 4 years ago about Floor Wash
    All I got to say.This would help out for my girlfriend sence we have my great nephews and neices over.
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  • kingofallassholes 4 years ago about Stink Remover
    Great ideal.
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  • jolielives 4 years ago
    INVISIBLECHEF,
    IT'S WATER & SUGAR IN THE GLASS WITH A STRING TIED TO THE PENCIL & A LONG WAIT. EVEN BETTER WERE X-MAS COOKIES THAT WE MADE WITH A NON-EDIBLE DOUGH & SMASHED UP COLORED HARD CANDY FILLING THE EMPTY AREAS OF DOUGH. THEN BAKED TILL THE CANDY MELTED & LOOKS LIKE STAINED GLASS. THE TRICK IS TO MAKE YOUR DOUGH AS THIN AS POSSIBLE & FILL WITH THE SMASHED COLORED HARD CANDY. BAKE, COOL & THREAD DENTAL FLOSS OR NYLON THROUGH THE HOLE IN THE ORNAMENT YOU'VE MADE BEFORE BAKING!!!!!!!
    THEY LOOK GREAT ON THE CHRISTMAS TREE & ARE BEAUTIFUL HANGING FROM THE WINDOW. THAT'S WHY THE DOUGH'S NOT EDIBLE!!!!!! THEY DON'T BREAKDOWN @ THE SPEEDY RATE SUGAR COOKIES DO.
    I SAW YOUR POST ON TALULHA'S (I SPELLED HIS NAME INCORRECTLY, SORRY T.) WHEN I WAS LOOKING AT HIS RED CRYSTALS. HOW BEAUTIFUL WILL THESE BE ON THE X-MAS TREE???? DO NOT LET YOUR SON EAT THE COOKIES I WAS SPEAKING OF PLEASE. THOUGH I IMAGINE WITH SOME MOLLY-CODDLING YOU COULD MAKE EDIBLE VERSIONS. I JUST REMEMBER THAT IT TAKES QUITE SOME HEAT TO MELT THE COLOR CANDY. MAYBE IF YOU REALLY PULVERIZE IT THE SUGAR COOKIES WON'T BURN. GOOD LUCK & DROP BY ANY TIME.
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  • rebbesoul 5 years ago
    I noticed a comment by you about gluten free cooking. I can't eat gluten and would very much like to stay in touch and learn some of your recipes and ideas.
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  • trigger 5 years ago
    Marie how have you been it has been a long time since I have written you or seen any recipes from you.
    Hope you are doing well.

    Michael
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  • tinadc 5 years ago
    Thank you for the invite
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