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Old 02-20-2012, 09:43 AM   #361
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I nailed it when I said you were adorable
I have declared previously that I am a basic cook, so consume at your own peril

Prepare in advance your favorite pasta sauce. We like it with lots of meat and garlic
Ingredients:
no-bake lasagna noodles (see what I mean, I'm all about ease)
tin foil lasagna pan (see)
pasta sauce
mozzarella cheese or whatever your preference. pre shredded italiano in a bag is a combo of 4 cheeses (see again)
parmeasan (sp) This is where I draw the line..none of this unrefrigerated stuff in a shaker can. The real block imported from Italy. Expensive and heavenly

Thin down the sauce with 2 or 3 cups of water. (don't worry it cooks the noodles)
cover the bottom of the pan in sauce
lay the noodles in one direction Do not overlap, but fill in any gaps with broken pieces
cover with sauce and then a layer of shredded cheese
lay more noodles this time in the opposite direction
repeat
keep going until you run out of stuff
top layer should have a little extra sauce
top with delicious parm. Slice off a gob of parm and consume immediately
cover with foil
400 for 45 min
foil off
another 15 min
let stand for 15 min to set cheese.
prepare salad. Top salad with more parm slivers. pour glass of red
watch tv and fall asleep

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Old 02-20-2012, 10:08 AM   #362
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Rossi,
We are infested with coyotes. A few years ago we were infested with wild turkeys. They were everywhere. They would come right up to the house to steal bird food. Once I opened the window and hurled a plastic glass at them and they just stood there looking really dumb.

Now, I barely seen any. The coyotes ate them all.

Recently, in the local news a coyote crept up from a ravine in the city, jumped a fence and chased two little girls through their backyard right onto the back deck. Bit one. Poor kid had to get rabies shots.
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Old 02-20-2012, 11:08 AM   #363
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Thanks!!!
That's what I was looking for!
Similar to how I make it!
I've got a recipe for Lasagna someplace - we'll see!

That's no good about some young, child getting bitten by a coyote!!!
Rabies shots - are no fun!!!
Most wild animals stay away from me -
I'm "wilder" than they are!!
(No, it's not because I'm so ugly - OK!!??)


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("Adorable" - Ha, ha, ha!! - thanks, anyway!)
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Old 02-20-2012, 11:30 AM   #364
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I scored some eggs!! Me helpers are busy pouring and mixing and fighting
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I scored some eggs!! Me helpers are busy pouring and mixing and fighting
Good news!
Remind them, the pouring and mixing are fine!
No fighting!
(A kitchen is not the place to fight - actually; no place is!)

"ARRR EFFF"

("Scored some eggs" - we don't want to hear about your "addiction", problems!)
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Old 02-20-2012, 11:42 AM   #366
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If they are not fighting, they are usually conspiring against me....the little darlings....

Seriously, they are generally good amd polite kids, with a sense of empathy and compassion beyond their years. Mama's proud.
The boy is very busy though
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Old 02-20-2012, 11:53 AM   #367
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All our youngens are grown and gone, the oldest will be 50 her next birthday. Two of our grand youngens spent the night last night (13 and 14) and Nanny fixed them some chocolate gravy, biscuits, eggs and sausage for breakfast this morning, a pound of sausage 1/2 dozen eggs and 20 biscuits later they were full. A gallon of milk last them two boys a day. We couldn't feed them for a month. No problems with them eating at all.

Judy and I had a sausage and buscuit each, they had the rest.

Jan, sounds like it is time to get a couple of big mean dogs and a rifle to thin out the yodies, they will eat everything in sight, small dogs and cats don't stand a chance.

There are very few around here but west Tennessee is ate up with them. They pretty well cleaned out the rabbits, squirrels and a lot of the birds over there. I had a couple of tough dogs and they kept the yodies away from the house.
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All our youngens are grown and gone, the oldest will be 50 her next birthday. Two of our grand youngens spent the night last night (13 and 14) and Nanny fixed them some chocolate gravy, biscuits, eggs and sausage for breakfast this morning, a pound of sausage 1/2 dozen eggs and 20 biscuits later they were full. A gallon of milk last them two boys a day. We couldn't feed them for a month. No problems with them eating at all.

Judy and I had a sausage and buscuit each, they had the rest.
I'm getting nervous..haha

but you know, better a trip to the grocers then the Dr.s
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Yep, that bad boy should do the job.
That is a good looking vehicle, I bet it is comfortable on long trips.
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Anyone up for some hunting in Canada? Let's see.... coyote soup, coyote stew, coyote roast, coyote burgers, coyote cookies - wait, maybe not cookies.

I don't know why, but naming off all of these coyote foods made me think of that song -

"Great green gobs of greasy grimy gopher guts...."

Oh, and I was just kidding about hunting & eating the coyotes.

Creeper, your son sure is a cute little guy! And I bet there aren't too many people who approach your house once they see the dog.
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I love that song!!
I didn't mean to post the car, but I'm not all that tech savvy
Not sure if I care to own a gun
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Busy, I can't keep up. For the last 15 min. there has been this curious banging noise from the bkyd. Garage man door slamming every few minutes.
and now patio door opens " Mom where do we keep the s hooks"
What on earth are they up to now
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Isn't it funny the thoughts that go through your head when they ask an innocent question?

"Where are the s hooks?" At least he didn't come in the house smelling like gasoline, asking where the matches are.

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