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    Melba's Jammin' Guest

    Default Six days shalt thy labour and do all they work.

    And on the seventh day, thou shalt defrost thy freezer. What a PITA but
    it's DONE.

    Two-fifths of the contents are fruits and juices for jams and jellies.
    Want some jam, Little Boy?

    --
    -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJ
    http://web.me.com/barbschaller - Who Said Chickens Have Fingers?
    10-30-2009

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    George Shirley Guest

    Default Re: Six days shalt thy labour and do all they work.

    Melba's Jammin' wrote:
    > And on the seventh day, thou shalt defrost thy freezer. What a PITA but
    > it's DONE.
    >
    > Two-fifths of the contents are fruits and juices for jams and jellies.
    > Want some jam, Little Boy?
    >


    Wasn't there a jazz song about that? No, that was a jelly roll.

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    PickyJaz Guest

    Default Re: Six days shalt thy labour and do all they work.

    On Nov 22, 1:33*pm, Melba's Jammin' <barbschal...@earthlink.net>
    wrote:
    > And on the seventh day, thou shalt defrost thy freezer. *What a PITA but
    > it's DONE.
    >
    > Two-fifths of the contents are fruits and juices for jams and jellies. *
    > Want some jam, Little Boy?
    >
    > --
    > -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJhttp://web.me.com/barbschaller- Who Said Chickens Have Fingers?
    > 10-30-2009


    I'm certainly not a little boy, but you can pretend if you like.

    I've never had to defrost a freezer, but a friend once did my old
    chest type one for me. What a puzzle of I-don't-know-whats it was.
    Never again. thank you.

    The High Desert USMC's "Miss Jeanine" has been honored, an important
    little. For this year's Christmas quick breads and cookies baking, I
    have use of one of the Food Services surplus off-station walk-in
    freezers. The SSgt granting me access has set up a 2'x6' roll-in with
    many shelves that are independant trays I am single-layer putting all
    my well wrapped breads on, and I'll finish up with several containers
    of wax paper layered cookies as I proceed. This weekend was a finish
    to the five different breads, with 23 mini-loaves of Damsel's Mom's
    Cherry-Chocolate-Chip-Banana-Nut (that you have to say as one word,
    it's the rule) Bread. Next weekend I'll start on the four to five
    different cookies, hopefully to include a very new to me one that is
    similar to York's Chocolate Mints (especially for my daughter, the nut
    intolerant one of we).

    I also cook up, or make something for my office to lunch or snack on
    all week, and this week it is to be the just now finished Used Pasta
    Salad, along with three of the Christmas mini-bread loaves the Marines
    volunteer "testing" for me each year. The salad is referred to as
    used because I mix into the pasta the endws of whatever raw veggies
    may be in need of use, always different. This one has carrots,
    celery, water chesnuts, both black and green olives, a green apple, a
    wee bit of shredded cabbage, black beans and three or four splashes of
    different seasonings as well as a rather tangy olive oil dressing.

    This evening I am now one TiredPicky!

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    Melba's Jammin' Guest

    Default Re: Six days shalt thy labour and do all they work.

    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    PickyJaz <[email protected]> wrote:
    (snip)
    >
    > I've never had to defrost a freezer, but a friend once did my old
    > chest type one for me. What a puzzle of I-don't-know-whats it was.
    > Never again. thank you.
    >
    > The High Desert USMC's "Miss Jeanine" has been honored, an important
    > little. For this year's Christmas quick breads and cookies baking, I
    > have use of one of the Food Services surplus off-station walk-in
    > freezers. The SSgt granting me access has set up a 2'x6' roll-in with
    > many shelves that are independant trays I am single-layer putting all
    > my well wrapped breads on, and I'll finish up with several containers
    > of wax paper layered cookies as I proceed. This weekend was a finish
    > to the five different breads, with 23 mini-loaves of Damsel's Mom's
    > Cherry-Chocolate-Chip-Banana-Nut (that you have to say as one word,
    > it's the rule) Bread. Next weekend I'll start on the four to five
    > different cookies, hopefully to include a very new to me one that is
    > similar to York's Chocolate Mints (especially for my daughter, the nut
    > intolerant one of we).
    >
    > I also cook up, or make something for my office to lunch or snack on
    > all week, and this week it is to be the just now finished Used Pasta
    > Salad, along with three of the Christmas mini-bread loaves the Marines
    > volunteer "testing" for me each year. The salad is referred to as
    > used because I mix into the pasta the endws of whatever raw veggies
    > may be in need of use, always different. This one has carrots,
    > celery, water chesnuts, both black and green olives, a green apple, a
    > wee bit of shredded cabbage, black beans and three or four splashes of
    > different seasonings as well as a rather tangy olive oil dressing.
    >
    > This evening I am now one TiredPicky!


    Not snipping so as to inspire industrious imitative behaviors.
    You are one ambitious Woman, Miss Jeanine! Holy guacamole!
    --
    -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJ
    http://web.me.com/barbschaller - Who Said Chickens Have Fingers?
    10-30-2009

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    Omelet Guest

    Default Re: Six days shalt thy labour and do all thy work.

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Melba's Jammin' <[email protected]> wrote:

    > And on the seventh day, thou shalt defrost thy freezer. What a PITA but
    > it's DONE.
    >
    > Two-fifths of the contents are fruits and juices for jams and jellies.
    > Want some jam, Little Boy?


    Congrats. :-)
    I'm still procrastinating...
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