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    Watch out, it requires those darn "repeat the numbers/etc in this little box" at the end; they are so tiny it took me 8 tries before it was accepted. Hope it was worth the eye strain.

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    I hate those little boxes also. They are so twisted and can never tell exactly what it is suppose to be.

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    Sometimes these twisted boxes you have to do a couple times. I think they want to see if you'll apply yourself to recieve what they are offering. Ever use the handicap one with sounds?
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    Ever use the handicap one with sounds?
    Now that sounds interesting, didn't know that was available!

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    Has anyone ever put together a family cookbook? I would love to do one, but it's getting everyone to give up their recipes. Some of them, just won't do it. LOL Oh well, I should just do one with my mother, two daughters, daughter-in-law, mother-in-law, and three sister-in-laws. There are just some things you really don't want to loose and I know I have taken for granted. Like my mother's chicken and dressing. Yummy!!! I don't care how many times I help her, and watch her, I just can't make mine taste quiet like hers. Have a blessed day all!!!

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    Syndy, my grandmother taught me to cook by eyeballing the amount I was adding to the foods. I have started to take the time to measure the amounts to compile a recipe for the boys. They each have a notebook that we are working on with their favorite recipes in so that they will always have it to make later. There are some of my grandmothers items I wish I could duplicate but when you don't measure it just doesn't happen

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    This is cool! Thanks!

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