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    The Ranger Guest

    Default Re: This only happens to me... lol

    On Dec 24, 9:24*am, Becca <be...@hal-pc.org> wrote:
    > The corn bread was baked, cubed, and spread out on a baking sheet to dry
    > out, with the oven turned down to low. Along with the corn bread were a
    > few slices of cubed white bread, I am using this to make cornbread
    > dressing. *After an hour or so, I turned off the oven.
    >
    > Yesterday morning, I preheated the oven to bake a cake. *As I was
    > putting the cake pans in the oven, I discovered the sheet pan of corn
    > bread & bread, which now looked like tiny little charcoal briquettes. *
    > At this point I wanted to cry, but I just laughed. *What else can you do?
    >
    > In addition to the zillion cookies and 1/2 ton of fudge I made
    > yesterday, I also had to make corn bread again and start all over. *What
    > a day. *lol * * My children are here, I am happy and nothing else
    > matters. I hope everyone is having as much fun as I am.


    Alas, you're not the only one to forget things in the oven prior to
    pre-heating for a completely disparate set of items. Luckily the
    cornbread can be remade quickly and with little effort... The cubed
    bread would cause some issue but I'm partial to Pepperridge Farms'
    seasoned bread crumbs.

    The Ranger

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    ffu Guest

    Default Re: This only happens to me... lol

    On Thu, 24 Dec 2009 15:06:01 -0800 (PST), The Ranger <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >On Dec 24, 9:24*am, Becca <be...@hal-pc.org> wrote:
    >> The corn bread was baked, cubed, and spread out on a baking sheet to dry
    >> out, with the oven turned down to low. Along with the corn bread were a
    >> few slices of cubed white bread, I am using this to make cornbread
    >> dressing. *After an hour or so, I turned off the oven.
    >>
    >> Yesterday morning, I preheated the oven to bake a cake. *As I was
    >> putting the cake pans in the oven, I discovered the sheet pan of corn
    >> bread & bread, which now looked like tiny little charcoal briquettes. *
    >> At this point I wanted to cry, but I just laughed. *What else can you do?
    >>
    >> In addition to the zillion cookies and 1/2 ton of fudge I made
    >> yesterday, I also had to make corn bread again and start all over. *What
    >> a day. *lol * * My children are here, I am happy and nothing else
    >> matters. I hope everyone is having as much fun as I am.

    >
    >Alas, you're not the only one to forget things in the oven prior to
    >pre-heating for a completely disparate set of items. Luckily the
    >cornbread can be remade quickly and with little effort... The cubed
    >bread would cause some issue but I'm partial to Pepperridge Farms'
    >seasoned bread crumbs.
    >
    >The Ranger



    Had a plumber living next door. It was Canada day when my hot water tank blew,
    he went in his truck pull one out and installed it, and only charged me his
    cost. I had my brother the mechanic fix his truck for nothing about a month
    later. What goes around, comes around.

    The guy across the street installed alarms, but that's another story.

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