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    The List Game

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    dana01
    Sun Jan 29, 2012 7:30 pm
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    This is the newest List Game where you pick a number and name something the next person needs to list. The next person will answer, then pick a number and something that the person after them needs to list. And so on. In the interest of not making the task impossible, let's keep the numbers used to 10 or less.

    Last post from the old thread:


    Karen Elizabeth wrote:
    I cant be overly specific, becuase I am always tagging recipes in the tag games here and that tends to dictate our menus!


    But I do tend heavily towards pasta, both tomato based and cream based sauces
    rice in risotto or jambalaya or as an accompaniment
    indian and thai curries
    stirfrys

    I'm a great fan of one-dish meals icon_smile.gif


    what do you need to buy this weekend?


    Junebug wrote:
    Just some salad makings
    fresh fruit
    a loaf of bread
    deli turkey
    Im sure I'll pick up a few other things while there!

    please list any number you want of projects you need to do
    Karen Elizabeth
    Mon Jan 30, 2012 4:04 am
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    Projects, clean clean clean icon_sad.gif
    I did plant a standard rose in that empty pot,
    and I had a bit of a throw out in the pantry, so thats done-ish,
    but otherwise...

    clean icon_sad.gif
    sigh


    what three things do you hope to have done by this time next year?
    Trinkets
    Mon Jan 30, 2012 12:22 pm
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    1. Top priority is the outdoor kitchen DH started almost 2 years ago! AAARRRGGGHHHHH, need I say more?!
    2. Must attend to the facia on the front porch, again
    3. and some stains on LR ceiling from a previous leak
    4. must also paint interior, all the rooms this year

    Do you have any cleaning tips? For example: I use a spray bottle and mix ammonia and water to clean almost everything. Any #
    dana01
    Mon Jan 30, 2012 9:57 pm
    Forum Host
    *To keep your plastic containers from getting stained from things like tomato sauce, rub the inside with vegetable oil before placing the food in the container.

    *Whenever you empty a jar of dill pickles, use the left-over juice to clean the copper bottoms of your pans. Just pour the juice in a large bowl, set the pan in the juice for about 15 minutes. Comes out looking like new.

    *Shampoo cleans ring around the collar since it's caused by oil, dirt and grime that gathers around the neck. Apply your regular shampoo to the neck area of the garment, gently scrub, then launder as usual.

    *WD-40 does a multitude of things. You can use it to remove price stickers, gum and crayon marks. Works on metal, plastics, TV screens and freshly painted walls (most paints). It also shines up a stainless steel appliance.

    *Wipe your tv screen and monitor with a dryer sheet to keep them from attracting dust.

    *Clean your dishwasher with Tang. It leaves it sparkling clean and smell free. It also works on toilets too.

    *Table salt and baking soda makes a great silver polish/cleaner. Line the bottom of your sink or baking glass with aluminum foil. Fill the foil lined container or sink with steaming hot water. Add salt & baking soda, usually 2 TBSP (I don't measure it). Drop in silver items so they're touching the foil. In a few minutes, you'll see the tarnish gone. Remove, rinse and gently buff dry. Reapply salt & baking soda as needed.

    **I also tightly wrap my silverware place settings in plastic wrap to keep the air out. Or you can store in a container with chalk.


    icon_arrow.gif List 8 things you buy that come in cans
    Karen Elizabeth
    Tue Jan 31, 2012 3:50 am
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    So interesting, Junie!


    Cans :

    tomatoes
    creamed corn
    evaporated milk
    coconut milk
    condensed milk
    baked beans
    tomato paste
    various beans ... chickpeas/butter/kidney beans
    tuna
    dogfood

    some canned things you would NEVER buy
    dana01
    Wed Feb 01, 2012 1:47 am
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    canned SpaghettiO's or ravioli
    canned juices (I only buy bottled or frozen)
    canned meat products (ham spreads ect)
    canned soups (way too much sodium!!)
    canned tomatoes and tomato sauces (I buy them in glass)

    Hmm, can't think of many more at the moment...



    List 5 things you'd rather be doing than working
    Karen Elizabeth
    Wed Feb 01, 2012 4:53 am
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    Just about anything really, maybe not cleaning toilets icon_wink.gif


    you have to sell 5 things you own, what will you sell?
    Trinkets
    Fri Feb 03, 2012 4:37 pm
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    5 chickens? no. 5 cats? no. 5 children? Well, I only have 1 but I'm sure I could find 4 more. Ha! I have a garage full of stuff I could sell but I think I'll just donate instead. Maybe old cell phones, cameras, lap tops, tv's, hmmmm that's a good idea!

    Instead of working where you do, what would you rather do for $?
    Karen Elizabeth
    Mon Feb 06, 2012 4:29 am
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    Write award-winning novels
    Invent some devestatingly simple gadget that no one can live without
    Test video games (or whatever they call them now)
    Raise mice for pet shops (oh dear, I know that sounds a bit off! seriously, tho, huge market icon_wink.gif not much profit, though)
    Potato chip (crisp) tester (wonder how many you'd have to taste/test before you went off chips for life ... not that many, I bet!
    icon_lol.gif )



    5 things you would find it very difficult to stop eating/drinking, if the doctor told you you HAD to, right now!
    dogloverforever
    Mon Feb 06, 2012 3:32 pm
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    1.) macaroni and cheese
    2.) pizza
    3.) chicken
    4.) pickles
    5.) Dr. Pepper

    Give me any number of weird habits/quirks that you have.
    Karen Elizabeth
    Tue Feb 07, 2012 7:03 am
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    all my habits are normal ......... for me ..... icon_wink.gif


    I hate and detest a raised toilet lid, almost daily I walk into the bathroom after my husband and put the lid down, even though I'm going to raise it again for me in a moment or so!

    I'm very OCD about switching off lights, closing doors, cupboards, etc, left to my own devices it could take me a good half hour to leave the house as I check and check and check ....

    I dont like suggestions about what to make for dinner, I'M the cook, I'LL say what we have for dinner ... icon_redface.gif

    Laundry goes in the laundry bin and nowhere else, is that clearly understood!

    No baking after 5pm (that's for my elder daughter icon_wink.gif after I've spent half the night taking cookies out of the oven because she was going out and didnt have time to wait for them!)

    If we're going any distance (my husband and I), I drive ....... he is only to drive us if its local.
    Used to be, he could drive us even if it was far, but I would sit in the back. After we had issues about that, I revised it to ok, I drive icon_wink.gif

    I'm a bit manic about recycling (which is not as big a thing over here as it is in other parts of the world), but personally I feel very strongly about it. I've had to restrain myself from rescuing bottles and cardboard from other peoples bins or the roadside icon_redface.gif

    I wash and re-use those little plastic sandwich bags, and freezer bags

    I'm not going to tell you when I take the christmas tree down, suffice it to say it stays up longer than the average christmas tree (it's just so pretty ...... icon_lol.gif )


    and I've barely scratched the surface ....... come on, your turn, what are some of your quirks? icon_smile.gif
    Junebug
    Wed Feb 08, 2012 1:23 am
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    All doors must be shut or open all the way!

    Turn of the lights if you don't need them!

    Close all drawers and cabinets when not actively using them

    keeping my spices organized so I can easily find them

    keeping my pantry foods where they belong so I will easily know what I need to replenish

    Pick up after yourself

    rude drivers drive me crazy!

    people who ask you a question, but they don't like/agree with your answer so they either keep asking the question or try to persuade you to agree with them


    Please list 5 or more places you would like to go to in the winter
    Karen Elizabeth
    Wed Feb 08, 2012 3:16 am
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    "people who ask you a question, but they don't like/agree with your answer so they either keep asking the question or try to persuade you to agree with them"

    lol Junie, that is totally my husband, he will ask me the same thing for weeks if he is not happy with the answer, it makes me laugh, he thinks if he just keeps asking, sooner or later he will get the answer he wants!!!!



    Scotland
    Aspen
    Gstaad
    Scandinavia
    Hawaii icon_wink.gif




    5 places you wouldn't want to go in winter
    Junebug
    Wed Feb 08, 2012 12:23 pm
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    Siberia
    Antarctica
    Alaska
    Minnesota
    North Pole
    Really anywhere cold! icon_lol.gif

    Pease list as many ways as you want on how to cook potatoes (recipes welcome)
    dana01
    Thu Feb 09, 2012 8:35 pm
    Forum Host
    Mashed
    Boiled
    Parsleyed
    French Fries
    Scalloped
    Baked Whole

    Baked Cut
    Cube 3-4 potatoes in a shallow glass baking pan which has been greased with oil. Sprinkle with pepper and Onion soup mix and stir throughly. Bake at 400° for 15 min stir then an additional 15 min or until potatoes are nicely browned and tender.

    Potato Puffs
    To four cups mashed potatoes, add 2 beaten egg yolks, stir, then add 2 beaten egg whites, stir, add ½ cup milk, 2 tbsp butter, mix thoroughly. Spoon into 1½ quart baking dish, bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes until puffed and brown.



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