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Old 06-06-2014, 06:32 AM   #17095
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BTW, My Danish grandma taught Nola much in cooking skills in the 70s. My Mom filled in any blanks for her. When we wed, she had never been camping and never cooked. Now a master of both.

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Old 06-06-2014, 06:54 AM   #17096
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The first Friday in June is National Donut Day.
Just thought I'd put that out there in case anyone needs an excuse to indulge.
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Well Dave I'll see you this winter. For I'll be there too. Hitting the rainbow again this morning. With a heavy hart. My MeMa is dieing. And I will not be there to say goodbye. She is a great lady. And will be missed. On a lighter note our grand baby will be here soon. And my bathroom looks great
Sorry for your MeMa's condition Dwayne and Shara. It's tough not being there.
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Thank you, Judy, I needed an excuse today. It is raining cats and I can`t go outside.
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Careful Dianne we don't want Larry to get so cultured we can't talk to him. Lol

Cultured? Funny... Larry didnt know ut was a parody..... I told him, but he said he doesnt listen.....

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The three actors first introduce themselves to the audience and begin with a parody of Romeo and Juliet. Next, they do a parody of Titus Andronicus, portraying it as a cooking show. Following it is Othello, which is done through a rap song. The rest of the first act demonstrates most of the other plays, with all of the comedies being combined into one convoluted reading (the justification being that they all recycle the same plot devices anyway), all of the histories being acted out through an American football game with the British Crown as the football (or as a soccer match in at least one German production or an Australian Rules football game in the recent Australian production), a reduction of Julius Caesar to his death, followed immediately by a reduction of Antony and Cleopatra, and a reduction of Macbeth to one duel while explaining all about ketchup and mustard while the other elements (witches, Macbeth's downfall, etc.) in poor Scottish accents. There is also a failed attempt at scholarly discussion of the Shakespeare Apocrypha. At the end of the act, the characters are about to finish when they realize that they forgot to perform Coriolanus which Adam refuses to do due the vulgarity of the title and Hamlet, Shakespeare's greatest work. Adam (Adam Long) becomes nervous and petulant about performing such a famous and difficult play, so he runs out of the theater with Jess chasing him. The final actor is left to entertain the audience by himself, which he does by telling jokes and calling for the intermission (the role's second performer, Reed Martin, who studied clowning before becoming part of the Reduced Shakespeare Company, would play the William Tell Overture on his larynx and eat fire before calling for intermission).

After the intermission, the two actors who left return, saving their partner from having to cover the sonnets by writing them down on a 3x5 card and passing it around the audience. The reluctant one is convinced to continue with the performance. The entire second act is the performance of Hamlet. The audience gets involved during this segment when one audience member is asked to portray Ophelia for the Nunnery Scene. The rest of the audience makes up Ophelia's subconscious, with three sections that each represent her ego, superego, and id. After the portrayal of Hamlet, the actors play it out several times increasing their speed of delivery. They finish by performing it backwards.[1]


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Nola has no real recipe, Sue. She just mixes the flour, salt&pepper and milk until they are thick enough texture to drop into the boiling stew. It is the last step before the OM-NOM begins.


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Is there any raising agent in there?

Nola/Noka/Noda, thanks, and Dave too. I may have to pick yer brains again!

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Is there any raising agent in there?

Nola/Noka/Noda, thanks, and Dave too. I may have to pick yer brains again!

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Bet she adds baking powder.....


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Well Dave I'll see you this winter. For I'll be there too. Hitting the rainbow again this morning. With a heavy hart. My MeMa is dieing. And I will not be there to say goodbye. She is a great lady. And will be missed. On a lighter note our grand baby will be here soon. And my bathroom looks great

Nice job on floor...... We will be in AZ sometime, but not sure when..... What do you consider winter?
We will also be in bmore and pa first of july.... Larrys mom is now with his sister in Dundalk.....


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Marty it is on my desktop C:/Users/Warren/Desktop but how to tell it which pix on the desktop? name of pix is HOME

Every individual photo you save on your devices has a unique number, which can also be changed to a name..... I usually change mine to a name year combo for identification.
Make a new folder on your computer, then click the photo once you have it, and do a SAVE AS, and save it to that folder specifically. If you just do a save, it saves it to the computer folder which you might not know where it is.

Home not a real good name, (try rv home) as home means other things to the computer....

If you have no idea at all where it is on the computer, either download it again, do a search, or go to your recent download file...
It is there, but where is the question? Different operating systems do it slightly different.... Which is why i suggest just start it over...... Remember SAVE AS.........




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Is there any raising agent in there?

Nola/Noka/Noda, thanks, and Dave too. I may have to pick yer brains again!

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Nope. Just like I posted. They are not fluffy as they are soup dumplings. They "stick to your ribs" as my grandma would say.


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Ok who will be in AZ this winter and where?
I live in Mesa.....it's a nice place to visit. Close to Usury Pass, Snotts.....I mean Scottsdale, ASU, and several lakes. Only a couple hours to Flag, Prescott area.

You're welcome to do 48 hours on the street in front of my house, or there are many nice RV parks around.

Barb, that little cactus in front of my house was in a pot for 10 years.....we just put it in that permanent spot winter of 2013. I hope any future owners of that house will leave it there.

I'll have to remember about Mike's tree working in MO.
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Nope. Just like I posted. They are not fluffy as they are soup dumplings. They "stick to your ribs" as my grandma would say.


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Hokey dokey. I'll try 'em just as you posted.

Mother used to make hers with Bisquick, which does include a raising agent, I think. There is a GF Bisquuck which I have but have not yet used.

The English dumplings are based on suet. Quite firm and dense, they are yummy in a different way. I like them both.

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