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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20355 on: Jul 25 07 02:00 »
Allo!  I had Hon's for lunch- pork and lotus root with XO chili sauce.
 
 Attempting to make pizza dough.  I'm going out and I hope it rises!
   
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20356 on: Jul 25 07 02:57 »
Meh. Training pants don't work so well and they cost so much. I had to resort to using diapers but only when she's at home. I don't know how my parents do it back in the old days when there wasn't such a thing as disposable diapers. I swear I don't know how you cope, Ms. PC...

  SD. It's Telus. Monopoly. No one else. Welcome to Canada.

  Hons is awesome. I love Hons... except for the dang service, it's pretty cheap. I always order the wonton noodles with fish balls. I haven't tried the XO Chilli Sauce but my mother swears it's like the best chilli sauce on earth.
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« Reply #20357 on: Jul 25 07 03:37 »
lol no worries Lise.

Only thing I don't like is CanWest owning both newspapers the only newspapers (minus the straight) in Vancouver. Nobody should have a monopoly on the news in one city that's undemocratic. You need different point of views of the world and to have both paper's with CanWest's views are not good.

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« Reply #20358 on: Jul 25 07 04:34 »
Won ton noodles with fish balls ?  Umm....I didn't even know fish HAD balls.

  Lise, there were disposables when my kids were babes.....I just chose to use cloth. (mind you they were relatively newish.)  All 3 of my kids were out of diapers before a year old.....LOL  Those old flannels weigh a ton when wet.  As soon as they started wiggling out of them....I knew it was time....hahahahaha.
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« Reply #20359 on: Jul 25 07 05:25 »
Fish balls.  LOL.
 We were thoroughly sucked into the paper product system.  Diapers, Pullups, Good Nights...
 At least I stopped using disposable feminine products.  The Diva Cup is the greatest thing evar.  (hope that wasn't too much information...)
 
 The pizza was good.  Heckyl and Jeckyl said the crust could have been crispier.  So maybe I need to roll it thinner and bake it longer.  But everyone added their own pizza toppings, so no complaints about that!
   
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20360 on: Jul 25 07 05:28 »
Awesome Lil Me....good for you !  You can add a half teaspoon extra of sugar to your dough to make it crispier....or brush it with milk before you bake.  It's such a nice easy thing to do, and lots of fun for the kids.
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« Reply #20361 on: Jul 25 07 05:34 »
Thanks for the tips, P.C.  There was no sugar in the dough (Canadian Living recipe)- just flour, yeast, salt, water and oil.  
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20362 on: Jul 25 07 05:36 »
Hmmm...what a coincident.  Olsen on your side just did a little blurb on the news about disposable diapers, saying that 5 to 6 thousand diapers per baby has made them the largest contributor to our landfills.  They were showing some of the NEW cloth diapers.  Wow....have they come a long way.  All shaped just like a disposable.  No more folding.  
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20363 on: Jul 25 07 05:38 »
Perfect......toss in a half teaspoon of sugar.  (how the heck does the yeast work without sugar?)  That's weird.

  Well....good on ya for giving it a go.
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20364 on: Jul 25 07 06:45 »
Evening Lise, PC, Lil Me and SD.

That must've been one fun time with your boys, creating that pizza. :)))

Just got back from Costco and am trying this new cereal (for dinner) and so far, LOVE IT!


 

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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20365 on: Jul 25 07 06:57 »
Evening... um PL you know that cereal is for the morning right? And its nightime? :):)

  Went swimming at Stamp Falls and visiting most of the evening.. thank god for AC!
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« Reply #20366 on: Jul 25 07 07:02 »
Hey Russ.  Yep, I'll be having it for the morning too! :)))  

I was like a kid who couldn't wait to open my prezzie...and in this case, the cereal was my prize.  I couldn't wait to try it!  Plus, I was hungry. :))

Swimming?  A la nude?
 

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« Reply #20367 on: Jul 25 07 07:18 »
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Hey Russ.  Yep, I'll be having it for the morning too! :)))  

I was like a kid who couldn't wait to open my prezzie...and in this case, the cereal was my prize.  I couldn't wait to try it!  Plus, I was hungry. :))

Swimming?  A la nude?

 
 Im the same way with Cheerios to be honest.. I eat them all the time.. used to as well when I was knee high to a grasshopper.

  Um, no. All the locals were there as well, and I couldnt convince Starfish to let her tentacles fly!
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20368 on: Jul 25 07 07:20 »
 But then the locals could really say that they went "sight seeing."  

Who needs the ipod when they've got icandy, eh? ;)
 

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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20369 on: Jul 25 07 07:42 »
So it got pretty hot up there?  Port Alberni is often the hot spot on the island.  A dip in the lake sounds like a lovely way to beat the heat.    
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