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Re: In Need of a GREAT Pickle Recipe

Postby Dumbo » Aug 03, 2012 1:56 am

DonnaZn2SK wrote:Pftt...sounds more like a deficiency with the cook...

OMG... Zing...

Well you never told me not to take apart the food processor while holding it up in the air after turning cucumbers and yogurt into liquid.

You negated to tell me this little factoid.

So yes, it's all your fault.

I think Adam agrees.
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Re: In Need of a GREAT Pickle Recipe

Postby AdamB » Aug 08, 2012 3:01 am

Nope, I didn’t change my username. I’m wonderin’ about the recipes. I find it challenging Dumbo. Why don’t you share it with me Donna. :lol:
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Re: In Need of a GREAT Pickle Recipe

Postby Dumbo » Aug 09, 2012 4:48 am

Donna's secret sauce:

1. put cukes in blender and turn them to liquid
2. apply to toes due to lack of other instructions

I must admit, the skin on my toes are softer, younger looking & rejuvenated.
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Re: In Need of a GREAT Pickle Recipe

Postby AdamB » Aug 10, 2012 4:28 am

Dumbo wrote:Donna's secret sauce:

1. put cukes in blender and turn them to liquid
2. apply to toes due to lack of other instructions

I must admit, the skin on my toes are softer, younger looking & rejuvenated.


What a fortune... that's better than foot spa :lol:
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Re: In Need of a GREAT Pickle Recipe

Postby DonnaZn2SK » Aug 10, 2012 2:51 pm

Dumbo wrote:I must admit, the skin on my toes are softer, younger looking & rejuvenated.

Now you just need to apply some on your face; judging from your avatar, you're not getting any younger. 8)
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Re: In Need of a GREAT Pickle Recipe

Postby Dumbo » Aug 10, 2012 3:29 pm

At least you didn't call me old and crusty.
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Re: In Need of a GREAT Pickle Recipe

Postby kelly_m » Aug 10, 2012 7:40 pm

Nope that's my job..... :twisted:
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Re: In Need of a GREAT Pickle Recipe

Postby Dumbo » Aug 10, 2012 8:02 pm

Donna, you going to let Kelly cut your grass like that?

Adam, help a bro out. It's 2 against one.

I'd ask Dave for help, but after reading that he just got caught http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Uncons ... story.html this might not be a good time for him.
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Re: In Need of a GREAT Pickle Recipe

Postby davefrombc » Aug 10, 2012 9:25 pm

Sorry to disappoint you Marc , but it wasn't me got caught. I was wondering if you had made a trip out here and were over on the Island. I've been told they're wrong saying you're old and crusty.. They're only half right. You're not so old.
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Re: In Need of a GREAT Pickle Recipe

Postby kelly_m » Aug 10, 2012 9:40 pm

Everyone keeps forgetting his ears....there's a reason his moniker is Dumbo......
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