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post #9991 of 12665 Old 10-26-2013, 12:19 PM
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I try to stay away from InBev in general but they're such a monopoly that they buy up all the smaller brewers so its near impossible. Speaking of beers I am making some beer bread today! First time I have ever baked anything...wish me luck
Beer bread, MMMMMMMMM
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post #9992 of 12665 Old 10-26-2013, 12:24 PM
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. Really? That's cool man. I pretty much like all beers, except for Bud Light or Coors Light.
And add color a to list of most unwanted beers... Am right with you.....I like German beers, Czecko, and from the Americans old MGD will do the trick for me....
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post #9993 of 12665 Old 10-26-2013, 12:27 PM
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I try to stay away from InBev in general but they're such a monopoly that they buy up all the smaller brewers so its near impossible. Speaking of beers I am making some beer bread today! First time I have ever baked anything...wish me luck
We let it happen, the same way Mexico (Bimbo Bakeries) is buying up our bread and pastry industry and China is starting to consume other food segments. We're going to wake up one day and find yet another industry that was poached by foreign entities. They seem to get a pass, because they employ Americans and do production here. Like Toyota - they import the materials and parts under cheaper tariff rates (as opposed to importing finished goods) and then undercut American production costs.

China's currency manipulation is a whole other topic. We'll wait until it's too late and they'll already have amassed major stakes in previously American companies.
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post #9994 of 12665 Old 10-26-2013, 12:27 PM
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And add color a to list of most unwanted beers... Am right with you.....I like German beers, Czecko, and from the Americans old MGD will do the trick for me....
I apologize for the typo my iPad made and I failed to oversee:
CORONA, not color... Don' t like corona....

Btw, what beer sticks do u make?
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post #9995 of 12665 Old 10-26-2013, 12:30 PM
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We let it happen, the same way Mexico (Bimbo Bakeries) is buying up our bread snd pastry industry and China is starting to consume other food segments. We're going to wake up one day and find yet another industry that was poached by foreign entities. They seem to get a pass, because they employ Americans and do production here. Like Toyota - they import the materials and parts under cheaper tariff rates (as opposed to importing finished goods) and then undercut American production costs.

China's currency manipulation is a whole other topic. We'll wait until it's too late and they'll already have amassed major stakes in previously American companies.
That's true except Toyota does use materials from North America and majority of their profits earned from vehicles sold here stays here....or at least that's what Toyota reports anyways,

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I apologize for the typo my iPad made and I failed to oversee:
CORONA, not color... Don' t like corona....

Btw, what beer sticks do u make?
Miss Susie home maker have any suggestions for me on what to make with the left over pumpkin pie filling and purée I have from making this bread? I was going to make cupcakes or maybe pancakes but I kind of want to something more creative.

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Miss Susie home maker have any suggestions for me on what to make with the left over pumpkin pie filling and purée I have from making this bread? I was going to make cupcakes or maybe pancakes but I kind of want to something more creative.
Maybe a pumpkin pie cake for Halloween....with lots of buttercream frosting and boo hoo hoo egg lair ghosts garnish?




Maybe add baking powder and self rising flour to get it to rise and make it like a 3 layer sponge cake. You could decorate t with egg lair merengue ghosts ( which are itself a treat, but simple to make once you get the hang of it- important cold down period over night or over ours in stove with door slightly open! )

My iPad froze, look on YouTube about me range ghosts recipes, I know there is something up there and also for a nice butter cream.

Or you could make a chocolate- rum choco cream....

Just an idea
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Maybe a pumpkin pie cake for Halloween....with lots of buttercream frosting and boo hoo hoo egg lair ghosts garnish?

Video Link: http://youtu.be/3wkzi_BUH1g

Maybe add baking powder and self rising flour to get it to rise and make it like a 3 layer sponge cake. You could decorate t with egg lair merengue ghosts ( which are itself a treat, but simple to make once you get the hang of it- important cold down period over night or over ours in stove with door slightly open! )

My iPad froze, look on YouTube about me range ghosts recipes, I know there is something up there and also for a nice butter cream.

Or you could make a chocolate- rum choco cream....

Just an idea
You've got quite the sweet tooth! I blended some with some heavy cream and topped my pumpkin spice coffee with it! but I've still got quite a but left in the can. I took a nifty picture of it but JF hates me....

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post #9999 of 12665 Old 10-26-2013, 01:17 PM
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You've got quite the sweet tooth! I blended some with some heavy cream and topped my pumpkin spice coffee with it! but I've still got quite a but left in the can. I took a nifty picture of it but JF hates me....
For the picture upload you wanna use photobucket. That's the only way unfortunately.

Yes, for the sweet tooth I know... Lol... The 3 layer cake would be definitely something for your kids....
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For the picture upload you wanna use photobucket. That's the only way unfortunately.

Yes, for the sweet tooth I know... Lol... The 3 layer cake would be definitely something for your kids....
The site upload works for me like 30% of the time, I didn't really want to take the time to upload to photo****itt


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So I found a recipe! Apple-bacon topped creamy pumpkin soup....yep it's gonna be awesome.

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So I found a recipe! Apple-bacon topped creamy pumpkin soup....yep it's gonna be awesome.
When do you want me over? I am hungry now... Lol....wanted to go wheeling, but instead the flu knocked on my door... Slept all day...probably needed the sleep...
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When do you want me over? I am hungry now... Lol....wanted to go wheeling, but instead the flu knocked on my door... Slept all day...probably needed the sleep...
Ummm you have the flu!

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post #10004 of 12665 Old 10-26-2013, 04:01 PM
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Ummm you have the flu!
Just kidding. Except w flu. Or at least a cold. I think its time to change the cargo net with the soft top.,.
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post #10005 of 12665 Old 10-26-2013, 04:04 PM
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I seemed to have either used or thrown out all my stocks so I can't make any soup. Guess I will save the pumpkin filling to make a latte in the morning.

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He's a pluck as they come, or ever can;
He's a hero born and bred, but it hasn't swelled his head,
For he's just the U.S. Government's hired man.
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