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    CardaMom - I WANNA ADOPT YOUR KIDS...

    TOOLBELT DIVA
    Wed Mar 10, 2004 2:29 pm
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    WHAT A NICE LITTLE GIRL..... NICKNAME TOOLIE! HEY!!!!! THERE ARE TWO OF US!

    Received my Choccy Exchange from Israel yesterday. Did not open the package until today because it is a big package and I wanted to savour the contents. WOW, AND HOLY COW!!!!!!!

    Careful to adhere to the rules, our dearest CardaMom did include two sugar-free choccy bars.... Thank you for thinking of my delicate condition... Choccy bars are both gone now..... Oh Dear! Also included in the package, and CardaMom used her brilliant imagination here.....

    Bamba - Peanut Snack....(3 packages) Lucky Me,
    Now I can make Mirj's famous
    Mirj's Chicken with Bamba
    Cardamom - Yes, Joni, How indeed could you resist.
    Sudanese Peppers -to be used sparingly, I would venture....
    Sumac a beautiful Crimson colour - reminds me of Joyce Kilmer's lovely fall poem "Trees"
    Za'atar Interesting..... a biblical spice containing ground hyssop, sumac, sesame seeds and salt. I will use it sparingly, as well, to keep it for a while.
    Shawarma mix Lovely meat rub, enhances the flavour of grilled meats. A familiar mixture.... Thank you Joni.
    Bharat a middle eastern spice mixture that can be added to ground meat and stews. Thank you so much....
    Hawaij a Yemenite spice mixture that is traditionally added to Turkish coffee.... Interesting, perhaps I will try Turkish coffee again, with Hawaij.
    Dead Sea Bath Crystals CardaMom dove into the Dead Sea herself and harvester these mineral salt crystals for Toolie's relaxing, healthy soak in her whirlpool bathtub. Since ancient times, mineral baths have benefitted many people.... why should I be any different.

    But the best, the very best is a Hamesh; which is a metal replica of a hand - Hamsa or (hamesh in Hebrew) means 5 in Arabic. It refers to the five digits of the hand. The hand is symbolic of the hand of God (or G-d) which protets us.
    The one which CardoMom so kindly send me has a blessing for the home written on it, which I shall quote here:

    May this home be a place of happiness and health.
    Of concernment, generosity and hope.
    A home of creativity and kindness.
    May those who visit and those who live here know only blessing and peace.

    Thank you so very much Joni....you shopped brilliantly, and with careful thought. I will love you forever....[/recipe]
    Mirj
    Wed Mar 10, 2004 4:10 pm
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    Joni chose the perfect package to represent us!

    But most importantly, did the chocolate have a cow on the wrapper?
    TOOLBELT DIVA
    Wed Mar 10, 2004 8:52 pm
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    Mirj wrote:
    Joni chose the perfect package to represent us!

    But most importantly, did the chocolate have a cow on the wrapper?


    Yes a dear white cow (4 in total) with brown markings, on a red shocolata wrapper. I cannot decipher the writing. 18 squares of Shocolata are are carefully wrapped in a thin foil. On each Shocolata piece is a standing cow; the cow being the size that she is, has no room to sit..... the Shocolata itself is made with crushed hazel nuts (I love nuts of any description). The second bar, Cavalier, was a plain dark shocolata tablet, made in the belgian fashion. The outside cover, a beige coloured plastic cover, pictured a Cavalier on horseback... I just read the list of ingredients and special disclaimer.... "Excessive consumption could have a laxative effect"
    icon_eek.gif icon_eek.gif icon_eek.gif Now They Tell Me icon_eek.gif icon_eek.gif
    Mirj
    Wed Mar 10, 2004 11:25 pm
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    Oooooooh, she sent you the good stuff!
    TOOLBELT DIVA
    Thu Mar 11, 2004 5:45 am
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    Mirj wrote:
    Oooooooh, she sent you the good stuff!


    icon_confused.gif icon_confused.gif OH YES!!!!!! all of it is excellent....
    ('scuze me joni.... I gotta have a word with our Meeryam here. Ahem, I was looking at your Chicken with Bamba.
    Is that it? Two steps? No fancy preparation? No fancy cooking? With all those "goe-jus" spices in your country, No fancy additives? That Bamba must be some junk food.... icon_rolleyes.gif icon_rolleyes.gif Can't wait to cook this.... seriously....
    Mirj
    Fri Mar 12, 2004 9:35 am
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    Yes, we have so many go-jus spices, but Bamba chicken is eaten by Israeli children, who prefer their Bamba unadulterated...., even by chicken icon_razz.gif
    TOOLBELT DIVA
    Fri Mar 12, 2004 10:40 am
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    Mirj wrote:
    Yes, we have so many go-jus spices, but Bamba chicken is eaten by Israeli children, who prefer their Bamba unadulterated...., even by chicken icon_razz.gif


    I don't like adulterous chickens either..... icon_lol.gif icon_twisted.gif
    Mirj
    Sun Mar 14, 2004 9:25 am
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    I wouldn't trust the eggs from those chickens... icon_cool.gif
    TOOLBELT DIVA
    Sun Mar 14, 2004 3:54 pm
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    Mirj wrote:
    I wouldn't trust the eggs from those chickens... icon_cool.gif


    what if the chickens practice ???safeclucking??? icon_cool.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif
    Mirj
    Mon Mar 15, 2004 2:18 am
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    ITS ME TOOLBELT wrote:
    Mirj wrote:
    I wouldn't trust the eggs from those chickens... icon_cool.gif


    what if the chickens practice ???safeclucking??? icon_cool.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif


    My keyboard thanks you for it's Diet Coke shower this morning!
    TOOLBELT DIVA
    Mon Mar 15, 2004 5:33 am
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    Mirj wrote:
    ITS ME TOOLBELT wrote:
    Mirj wrote:
    I wouldn't trust the eggs from those chickens... icon_cool.gif


    what if the chickens practice ???safeclucking??? icon_cool.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif


    My keyboard thanks you for it's Diet Coke shower this morning!


    Mirj: My emails and Zaar posts, hereafter will be prefaced with the following disclaimer:
    Warning: Messages from Toolie carry specific designation and should be opened only by the person for whom the message is intended and/or other personally involved or interested parties; it is recommended that said message be opened with damp J-Cloths readily available; no liquids or solids should be entertained, or in the process of being consumed during said opening. Poster (Toolie) bears no responsibility or liability, and denies any knowledge of the "readers'" existence. icon_razz.gif icon_razz.gif
    evelyn/athens
    Thu Mar 18, 2004 2:36 pm
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    Lord, I love you guys!!! You always put the biggest grin on my face. icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif

    Hope to chat soon.
    TOOLBELT DIVA
    Thu Mar 18, 2004 8:27 pm
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    evelyn/athens wrote:
    Lord, I love you guys!!! You always put the biggest grin on my face. icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif

    Hope to chat soon.



    You are no slouch, yourself, darlin'.... I laugh at you (scuze me) with you daily, Ev... I know you are lurking, because I can smell the fresh Oregano garland in your hair.....
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