Darn you Roald Dahl

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Darn you Roald Dahl
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Fri, 12-19-2008 - 11:02am

I just spent 3 hours this morning rolling 42 breakfast wraps for my son's 2 third grade classes for a project they had to do by bringing in dishes from their favorite books.

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Fri, 12-19-2008 - 1:03pm

LOL


I can laugh now, but this afternoon, I'm sure I'll be joining you in the scream as I work with phyllo to make a big batch of baklava.

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Registered: 06-25-2003
Fri, 12-19-2008 - 6:50pm

You're a brave woman! I would have declared "cheese on a stick" our all time favorite. I would even have written a story to match! ;)

-Paula


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Fri, 12-19-2008 - 9:18pm

you are a saint and the best mom I know! wow! I would have been pushing for something significantly less time consuming & messy!

Betsy

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Sat, 12-20-2008 - 11:18am

ROFLMAO!

I had to read this post by the title since Emily's favorite author is Raold Dahl. With the natures of number of his books I was intrigued.

Be glad he didn't make you make everylasting gob stoppers or gum that is a whole meal. That would have been tricky.

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Wed, 12-24-2008 - 2:20am

I DID do the baklava later with the rest of the ingredients!!

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Thu, 01-29-2009 - 9:12pm

I remember the year Kindergarten where son told the teacher his mommy could make the best pies in the world and could do 4 at a time.