Taco Tuesday

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Registered: 12-22-2013
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Tue, 01-28-2014 - 10:26am

1. What kind of "junk" food do you keep in your house at all times (for either you, your so, kids or guests)?

2. If applicable, do you still have your wedding dress? Where do you store it?

3. What color scheme is your master bedroom?

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Registered: 12-22-2013
Tue, 01-28-2014 - 10:40pm
    I can tell the difference between home made and box mix baked goods. If I accidentally get a bit if the chemically goodness kind, i just don't finish it. As I said, not worthy the calories to me.
    They both have calories, you realize, right? Lolol
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    Registered: 11-22-2000
    Tue, 01-28-2014 - 11:02pm

    1. What kind of "junk" food do you keep in your house at all times (for either you, your so, kids or guests)?

    Just Diet Coke, if that counts.  THere's nothing else I keep around regularly.  For snacks we usually do cheese or yogurt and fruit.  

    2. If applicable, do you still have your wedding dress? Where do you store it?

    No.  My ex gave it to Goodwill when I left him.

    3. What color scheme is your master bedroom?

    White and burgundy.


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    Registered: 01-08-2009
    Tue, 01-28-2014 - 11:26pm
    Of course I realize that both have calories. But why eat calories that don't taste good to you?
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    Registered: 01-08-2009
    Tue, 01-28-2014 - 11:30pm
    I have bought store bought cookies before. My children do not eat a box of sweets at a time.
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    Registered: 03-22-2013
    Wed, 01-29-2014 - 12:02am

    blackandwhitemolly wrote:
    <p><span style="font-size:13px"> Measuring individual ingredients is way more fun for them than dumping a package.</span></p><p><strong><span style="font-size:13px">Yeah little kids like that. Teens just want something now lol.</span></strong></p>

    Not in my experience.  the teens I know 1) prefer the cookies made with real ingredients and 2) like learning how to make the delicious kind, too.

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    Registered: 03-22-2013
    Wed, 01-29-2014 - 12:03am

    jamblessedthree wrote:
    <p>Do homemade fudge brownies taste different than a boxed recipe?  Don't lie bord. </p>

    Absolutely.  

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    Registered: 02-24-2009
    Wed, 01-29-2014 - 2:34am
    "Do homemade fudge brownies taste different than a boxed recipe? Don't lie bord. " --------- Are kidding?
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    Registered: 12-07-2003
    Wed, 01-29-2014 - 9:05am

    jamblessedthree wrote:
    Do homemade fudge brownies taste different than a boxed recipe?  Don't lie bord.

    Homemade brownies don't taste chemically like boxed ones do.

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    Registered: 12-07-2003
    Wed, 01-29-2014 - 9:07am

    jamblessedthree wrote:
    DD1's favorite cookie is a fudge stripe kind from the cookie aisle, keebler makes them.  Those don't last a day when I buy them.

    Ugh, packaged cookies are even worse.  I don't even like the Pepperidge Farm Milanos that everyone else seems to love.  And I think I'm the only person alive who hates Oreos.

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    Registered: 12-07-2003
    Wed, 01-29-2014 - 9:09am

    blackandwhitemolly wrote:
    Do you ask them how they were made? Lol. It sounds like you dont go to many things that offer different types of baked goods if you know the difference. You've never been to something that has a bunch of different brownies out? Did you sample them all and spit out the one you thought was "boxed"? Lol

    If you don't  generally eat things made from boxed mixes, you can taste the difference very easily.  Just like it's pretty obvious when someone makes instant mashed potatoes vs. homemade or canned chicken noodle soup vs. homemade.

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