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speedsktrH



Joined: 13 Jun 2007
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Location: USA
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how bout salmon. btw, the moore books ive read r:
the stupidest angel (+ bonus chapter)
island of the sequined love nuns
LAMB
you suck
blood sucking fiends
a dirty job
actually i was the first one in the house to read them... my fav character is the bat roberto. i have a hoodie with roberto on it, and a dirty job hoodie. *nice for jammies

Post Wed Jun 13, 2007 3:53 pm   View user's profile Send private message
Ginjg



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If you intend to feed the entire boardello Salmon pie, you'd better check to see if your mom has anything to say about that expenditure.

Your talking megabucks there. Unless you're kayaking the summer in Alaska and catching your own. Can't get away with serving us farm-raised - only wild caught is good enough for the Divi.
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deb



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Great. A smart aleck AND a Monty Python fan. "It was the Salmon MOUSSE!"
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speedsktrH



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my uncle's a flyfisher... fishing is fun, so i guess i could. and kayaking in alaska sounds AWESOME. almost as good as canoeing in Canada. salmon is delicious and tasty. gravlax especially.

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fortune cookie



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Welcome speedsktrH.
No salmon mousse for me. Thanks.
I want real pie.
Call me when it arrives.
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zendao42



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Very Happy Welcome!

Don't worry, the only "special" ingredient in my cocoa is cayenne pepper
& those batches are reserved for chile heads-
go ahead & have a cup of cocoa!

Somebody say pie? Got chocolate or peanut butter?
I'm not too picky but I'll pass on the fish- not good with cocoa... Wink

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Jillopy



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Welcome!

Zen-
It's friggin hot out. Time to change to something other than cocoa!
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Aubie



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Welcome! But salmon pie? Someone can have my slice or whatever it is. Smile
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speedsktrH



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will chocolate peanut ice cream pie do for now? i could actually use some cocoa, our house is a refrigerator...

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zendao42



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speedsktrH wrote:
will chocolate peanut ice cream pie do for now?
i could actually use some cocoa, our house is a refrigerator...


Very Happy Yummy! Oh yeah, those will actually work quite well together-
after freezing from the ice cream, the cocoa will be a welcome warmth...


I've tried offering both sweet tea & butter beer (the recipe's in the cookbook)-
I have them in reserve, anybody that wants them should check the fridge-
but nothing goes over quite as well as cocoa, probably a need to warm up after the strip search...

Luckily, you don't have to worry about that yet!

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Notdeadyet



Joined: 23 Nov 2006
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Is NOT a refrigerator..... 72 is how you should live!!!! Cool
Hey remember we tried the butter beer with the Gingerale and caramel..... that works!
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Ginjg



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speedsktrH wrote:
will chocolate peanut ice cream pie do for now? i could actually use some cocoa, our house is a refrigerator...
NDY fending off the big M?
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Notdeadyet



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No, it's genetic I have never been able to take the heat..... ever.... they get it from me too... in a month you'll be hearing her beg me to take them to Canada... Laughing
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MrEMann



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welcome. Pie is good, salmon is good (but only fresh caught. I used to work in a cannery in Alaska, so no processed or shipped stuff for me) but not together.
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