Inspiration Lane - Don't Quit

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Murph wrote:
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Girl you have been an absolute whirlwind! Publix twice And Wally? You deserve a medal!
Last night, pain kept me awake nearly all night so, this morning, after daughter and DIL left, I went back to bed. My accomplishments for the day: Zilch.
Well, I don't know whether this counts but while I was dozing, I was thinking I was standing at the dining room table wrapping gifts and every time I cut some wrapping paper, I cut it the wrong size. I dreamed (nightmared) this for two hours.
Gift bags, girlfriend, gift bags.
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Dec 10, 2012
 
I've got a double fudge cake in the oven and I added crushed Heath bars to the frosting and cake and I added Hershey's chocolate syrup mixed all through and added extra cocoa. A true chocolate lovers delight.
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Dec 10, 2012
 
I'm trying hard to think is something special to cook for Christmas dinner, insucj if turkey and ham. I was thinking of doing a standing rib roast like Snsrky, but I'm not sure. Anyone have any good ideas? Us even be willing to a theme type dinner, maybe Cajun specialties. What are you guts having? In thinking about making a creole seafood gumbo, who knows what we'll end up with.
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#67667
Dec 10, 2012
 
Jeez, that last post sounded like a third grader wrote it, sorry!
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Dec 10, 2012
 
Cajun Queen wrote:
I've got a double fudge cake in the oven and I added crushed Heath bars to the frosting and cake and I added Hershey's chocolate syrup mixed all through and added extra cocoa. A true chocolate lovers delight.
Add a half a cup of strong coffee to that and you've got heaven on a plate. Sounds Sooo god!
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Dec 10, 2012
 
Cajun Queen wrote:
I'm trying hard to think is something special to cook for Christmas dinner, insucj if turkey and ham. I was thinking of doing a standing rib roast like Snsrky, but I'm not sure. Anyone have any good ideas? Us even be willing to a theme type dinner, maybe Cajun specialties. What are you guts having? In thinking about making a creole seafood gumbo, who knows what we'll end up with.
I think Beef Wellington sounds really good. I am not going to make it though; we're having ham. I have always thought Snarky's standing rib roast sounded wonderful.
Cajun specialties sounds great--that could become a new family tradition.

My hands wouldn't work all day. ABout 10 minutes ago, they started working. I decided to get up and get some gifts wrapped. I got up, looked at all the gifts waiting to be wrapped, and decided to go back to bed.

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Cajun Queen wrote:
I'm trying hard to think is something special to cook for Christmas dinner, insucj if turkey and ham. I was thinking of doing a standing rib roast like Snsrky, but I'm not sure. Anyone have any good ideas? Us even be willing to a theme type dinner, maybe Cajun specialties. What are you guts having? In thinking about making a creole seafood gumbo, who knows what we'll end up with.
I haven't talked to hubby yet, but I assume we will do a standing rib roast.(again)

I saw a cool post (someplace) that showed different themed bars. There was a Mexican bar, a breakfast bar, salad bar, and several others that looked really cool. If I can find it again, I will send you the link. Might give you an idea.

Actually, I would like to keep Christmas dinner simple. Hum. I need to give that some thought. I guess ordering pizza isn't gonna work. But simple is sounding good.

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I think Beef Wellington sounds really good. I am not going to make it though; we're having ham. I have always thought Snarky's standing rib roast sounded wonderful.
Cajun specialties sounds great--that could become a new family tradition.
My hands wouldn't work all day. ABout 10 minutes ago, they started working. I decided to get up and get some gifts wrapped. I got up, looked at all the gifts waiting to be wrapped, and decided to go back to bed.
Good morning allbodies.

I'm glad you decided to give you hands a break and went back to bed! If I was there, we could have a wrapping/wine party. I'd wrap, you pour. Sounds like fun to me!

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Dec 11, 2012
 
Off to the salt mines. It thrills me thitless.

Have a great day allbodies!

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I haven't talked to hubby yet, but I assume we will do a standing rib roast.(again)
I saw a cool post (someplace) that showed different themed bars. There was a Mexican bar, a breakfast bar, salad bar, and several others that looked really cool. If I can find it again, I will send you the link. Might give you an idea.
Actually, I would like to keep Christmas dinner simple. Hum. I need to give that some thought. I guess ordering pizza isn't gonna work. But simple is sounding good.
Waffle House is always open. If I thought I could get away with it, I would. My daughter's ex-father in law always does fried shrimp and hushpuppies on Christmas day. He has his secret recipe for the coating on the shrimp and a killer recipe for the hushpuppies. It's so, so good. Happy Holidays to one and all here!
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Good morning allbodies.
I'm glad you decided to give you hands a break and went back to bed! If I was there, we could have a wrapping/wine party. I'd wrap, you pour. Sounds like fun to me!
Now that sounds like a winner to me. I wish you were here. My pouring is not much better than my wrapping. Most of that good wine would go from the box to the table, totally missing the glass.
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Dec 11, 2012
 
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<quoted text>Waffle House is always open. If I thought I could get away with it, I would. My daughter's ex-father in law always does fried shrimp and hushpuppies on Christmas day. He has his secret recipe for the coating on the shrimp and a killer recipe for the hushpuppies. It's so, so good. Happy Holidays to one and all here!
Happy holidays to you, Cov.
Boy, that fried shrimp sounds good!
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Dec 11, 2012
 
Good morning, Allbodies. I wish you a wonderful day.
I found out yesterday that oldest GS and oldest GD Both have to work on Christmas Eve. What a bummer!!

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Happy holidays to you, Cov.
Boy, that fried shrimp sounds good!
I don't even remember what all else he served, but I hurt myself eating shrimp and hushpuppies. And it was something different to have for a Christmas dinner. I'll be doing a turkey with all the trimmings here. And I'm a gonna stuff that bird--I don't care what anyone says about it not being safe. We had turkeys that were stuffed when I was growing up and I don't recall anyone ever getting sick from it.
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Dec 11, 2012
 
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<quoted text>I don't even remember what all else he served, but I hurt myself eating shrimp and hushpuppies. And it was something different to have for a Christmas dinner. I'll be doing a turkey with all the trimmings here. And I'm a gonna stuff that bird--I don't care what anyone says about it not being safe. We had turkeys that were stuffed when I was growing up and I don't recall anyone ever getting sick from it.
I agree. cooking one without the stuffing in it is a waste of a turkey, I think.
I am doing a ham for Christmas. That is ALL I am doing.

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From Channel 13 in Orlando. Really.

You may be surprised what some researchers in China believe can be turned into brain cells.

The researchers said they've found a way reprogram kidney cells harvested from human urine samples into immature brain cells, called neutral progenitor cells.

They believe the technique could be used to treat brain-attacking diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.

So, never mind.
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Dec 11, 2012
 
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From Channel 13 in Orlando. Really.
You may be surprised what some researchers in China believe can be turned into brain cells.
The researchers said they've found a way reprogram kidney cells harvested from human urine samples into immature brain cells, called neutral progenitor cells.
They believe the technique could be used to treat brain-attacking diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
So, never mind.
It happens that I know a couple of people who have those neutral progenitor brain cells. I hink.

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Dec 11, 2012
 
Found it. This is the link to a page that shows 16 different "bars" for entertaining. Some of them look fun. The pasta bar looks cool!

http://www.creatingreallyawesomefreethings.co...

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It happens that I know a couple of people who have those neutral progenitor brain cells. I hink.
snork
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Dec 12, 2012
 
Whar is ever'body??????????

I am happily chowing down on some cornbread and beans my son brought me.

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