Monday, April 11, 2016

Not So Yum


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  1. Can't always eat kitchen disasters.

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  2. Just a suggestion... wrap the bites in bacon. Dipped everything in Tobasco sauce. It should removed the vomit taste (not that it is something I would do :) )

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    1. Welcome back :-)

      No, not that you would EVER do that. I believe you ;-)

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  3. LOL, sorry, just made me laugh, the fact that you ate it. Hope the rest of your day goes much better!

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    1. I had to, it's my job.

      My next job: Make them NOT taste like Christmas trees dipped in vomit.

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  4. Everything is better in bacon.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. That was Richard's idea, too :-)

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  5. Wow, I've never tasted a Christmas tree, but I have tasted vomit, and the combination does not sound appetizing.

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    1. Ever have a vomit jelly bean?

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  6. I don't think I want to KNOW how YOU know what the ass end of a Christmas tree dipped in vomit tastes like! :)

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  7. Sigh. I don't think I have ever eaten the ass end of a Christmas tree. Even a vomit free Christmas tree (which I notice rhymes...)

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    1. You made me laugh at the vomit-free Christmas tree :-)

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  8. Back to the drawing board!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  9. happens sometimes in the name of creativity!

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  10. So back to the drawing board ...
    Next time all will be well ... I'm sure!

    All the best Jan

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  11. What about the pups? Would the pups eat that? Or is that being mean to them? :)

    Aw well, you're Wonder Woman; you'll whip up something better in no time in your secret lab :)

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    1. I couldn't give it to them because it had garlic in it. Otherwise, for sure, they would nom those right up.

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  12. More experimentation needed then Ivy. I wouldn't have eaten them but....

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    1. I know, what was I thinking right? But, after eating one, I figured out the offending ingredient.

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  13. Maybe if you dipped them in ketchup, they'd be okay?

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  14. Yeah, not so yum sounds like you're putting it politely, very politely! Your description of the flavor is an image I will not soon part with... ha Better luck next potato

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    1. Thanks. How goes the A/Z game? Are you enjoying it? I'll be back on the weekend to see what you've written.

      Happy Blogging :-)

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  15. Sorry it didn't turn out but you did remind me to add sweet potatoes to my shopping list. ;-)

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    1. Yum, I had sweet potatoes for lunch. What will you be doing with yours?

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    2. A client's daughter gave me a recipe for yams, carrots and butternut squash. It has cinnamon and chili powder for seasoning then baked.

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    3. Yum. That honestly sounds like something I would eat. Yum, yum. Enjoy.

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  16. That sounds like something I might have cooked.

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  17. That doesn't sound good.

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  18. That stinks but it did make me laugh out loud!

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    1. Glad you had a laugh. I did too :-)

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