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post #16 of 23
Well ya know, we have to have fun here, I think it is in the rules, isn't it? Fortunately Dawn knows me well enough to know I am teasing and not really making fun of her, at least I hope she does!
Geesh, if I stay on this site too much more, I am going to be having to stock up on Depends, it is a menopausal thing ya know!
Oh gosh, have to tell you this one, my hubby is French Canadian, very fluent in both languages, but sometimes he gets some words mixed up. So when my mother was alive, we sent him to the store to get Depends and he asked for Repents and the staff didn't know what he was talking about! Mom thought it was hysterical when he had the pharmacist call to verify, she laughed so much she really needed them!
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post #17 of 23
I've actually made butter by accident before. I left whipping cream unattended in my Kitchenaid for too long LOL!!! It didn't take all that long before I went to check on my whipped cream and found very, very fresh butter.

It really tasted great, btw.

Lisa
post #18 of 23
I'm with you lisa! I'm laughing so hard!! I'm glad everyone has gone to work already icon_lol.gif I love this family that has been formed here and hope that we can keep it going for a long long time. icon_biggrin.gif
There's nothing so good for a man as the sight of a horse. (or a cake!!) - Winston Churchill
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There's nothing so good for a man as the sight of a horse. (or a cake!!) - Winston Churchill
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post #19 of 23
That is hilarious! All I can think about is an ecard that I received once and it was aguy with a jack hammer and the jackhammer went all over the place carring the guy with him and the caption was What's shakin'. My coworker is wondering what I am laughing about, she wouldn't begin to understand! Keep laughing and churning butter!
post #20 of 23
We have made five years make butter as a project in Vacation Bible School. We collected baby food jars and cleaned them really well. We just poured heavy cream in them and got the kids to shaking them. They had a blast and it helped them channel some of the excess energy they had.
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post #21 of 23
Just heavy cream and baby food jars for butter? I think I might put my kids to work! A great rainy day project to keep me from losing my mind!
post #22 of 23
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If you use the jar method it speed things along a hint add a marble... especially if you place it in the fridge first for about 30 minutes.

SQC!!!!! Now I know I go a little crazy on tutorials.... If any one were to do that... it would surely be me!

I absolutely laughed out loud when I read your reply... thanks for the well needed snickers and guffaws on such a day as this!
post #23 of 23
Heehee, well what a bunch of characters! Glad you didn't take offense Dawn, I really do appreciate the tutorials, it was just a picture in my mind of the ultimate tutorial from start to finish. I say we should book a tour to Europe to get that cow!
Baby food jars must be about the handiest thing for making or storing things when you are dealing with children or adults. They are a wonderful size to make them really handy! I love the fact that the little ones are learning a lesson and getting rid of some energy at the same time.
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