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(12-10-2010, 12:48 AM)dymphna17 Wrote: I'll bet you've got millions of pics ready and waiting!  :laughing:

I think I'll have some Peach Cobbler right now, now that you bring it up.  :laughing:

here ou go, courtesy of lady and sons:

[Image: IP0204_Peach_Cobbler_lg.jpg]

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/paula...index.html

im making that recipe soon! :icecream:
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(12-10-2010, 11:11 PM)icecream Wrote:
(12-10-2010, 12:48 AM)dymphna17 Wrote: I'll bet you've got millions of pics ready and waiting!  :laughing:

I think I'll have some Peach Cobbler right now, now that you bring it up.  :laughing:

here ou go, courtesy of lady and sons:

[Image: IP0204_Peach_Cobbler_lg.jpg]

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/paula...index.html

im making that recipe soon! :icecream:

Now, that's a must have!!!!!
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My favourite icecream: Coles Finest plum pudding!  Only available at Christmas. :(  It's darn good for a supermarket brand icecream!  In the background you can see the thing icecream can't dominate!

OK, next week I'm eating healthily again!  :laughing:
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It's all about candy cane ice cream, especially this time of year
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(12-11-2010, 06:33 AM)paragon Wrote: [Image: x2uvlg.jpg]

My favourite icecream: Coles Finest plum pudding!  Only available at Christmas. :(  It's darn good for a supermarket brand icecream!  In the background you can see the thing icecream can't dominate!

OK, next week I'm eating healthily again!   :laughing:

that does look tasty!

ad to tell you how sharp i am it only took me few minutes to figure out it ws cabbage in backgrounnd
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Alas, I have to settle for this for now.  But when summer gets here, look out!  ;D

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thats great flavor!!

are you gonna eat it in one sitting? for me a pint of ice cream is 1 serving.
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(12-11-2010, 03:46 PM)icecream Wrote: thats great flavor!!

are you gonna eat it in one sitting? for me a pint of ice cream is 1 serving.
Oh come now, a half gallon is a serving...

Quote:As if walking 2,175 miles, mostly over rugged mountain terrain, is not challenging enough, through hikers on the Appalachian Trail face another daunting test when they reach Pine Grove Furnace State Park.

The unofficial halfway point of the Georgia-to-Maine trek is the front porch of the park's general store. There, hikers traditionally celebrate by consuming a half-gallon of ice cream, a feat known as the "half-gallon challenge."
http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.s..._look.html
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oh yeah dust! i can eat a gallon at a time tell you the truth! but that is not something i do everyday or i die young.
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(12-11-2010, 04:46 PM)icecream Wrote: oh yeah dust! i can eat a gallon at a time tell you the truth! but that is not something i do everyday or i die young.
You've just got to walk it off... a hundred miles should do the trick.
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