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    Terrie Hoelscher Blessed1 - Jan 1, 2011
    Looks fabulous, Pauleta! Woo-hoooo! So glad you liked it!
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    Paulita S Pauleta - Jan 1, 2011
    It is good and I don't dole out compliments freely LOL Even my husband who never says much positive about what I cook just had a fit over it and he's British (known to be cranky) lol You gotta winner here, girl!
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    Terrie Hoelscher Blessed1 - Jan 2, 2011
    I love the comment about Brits ..."known to be cranky". That's funny.
    Thanks so much for the compliment ...means even more, when I know you don't give them out "willy nilly". So glad you enjoyed it! Easy, too, isn't it?
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    Stephanie Dodd skeen - Jan 25, 2011
    I am going to make it again this weekend! It is a blue ribbon winner. I hear you Pauleta on the husband thing. Mine doesn't eat but about four items and he cooks for himself. I get so envious reading what everyone cooks for dinner and I fix for myself and share with my mom since my hubby won't eat it. I love to cook too!!!!
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    Terrie Hoelscher Blessed1 - Jan 25, 2011
    OH, Stephanie ... you and my daughter could really commiserate ... her husband will only eat MEAT, plain, unadorned MEAT, no sauce, nothing. My daughter, Emily, is a VEGETABLE LOVER, all kinds, bu not a vegetarian ... she eats all kinds of good stuff, and isn't afraid to try anything at all. Josh won't eat potatoes, NOTHING GREEN ..period! ... no sauces, no condiments, nothing. A plain cheeseburger is just that ...the meat and the cheese and the burger. When they first got married 1-1/2 years ago, she was really turning into such a nice little cook, but he "Ewwwww'd" at so much of it, it thwarted her desire to cook at all. So, she doesn't. He cooks what he wants for himself, and she does the same. When I go down to visit, she and i have a feast, which is simply a regular meal in her house. hah! With veggies, salad, dessert, etc. He's a P.I.T.A.!!!!!!!! Why did their mothers do that to them???????