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Old 05-10-2009, 11:15 AM   #1
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Mothers day Brefast

JUst got this recipe. Basically kicked up french toast stuffed with grilled bananas. (I did em on the skillet)












If ya cant tell Im a fan of powdered sugar.
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Old 05-10-2009, 11:40 AM   #2
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I'd fight Elvis for one of those......that's on my menu soon.
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Old 05-10-2009, 11:46 AM   #3
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Old 05-10-2009, 11:51 AM   #4
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Ill post the recipe this afternoon sometime. Takin the wife and kids to go see David Copperfield today at the Buell theatre. I cant wait!
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just trying to get this straight here....you're making us wait
for DAVID COPPERFIELD??????????
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I didn't even know that guy was still alive. Turns out he's coming here on Friday and Saturday. Sounds kinda fun but is it worth 40 bucks a ticket?
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I like that. thanks for the ideas.....
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Old 05-10-2009, 06:34 PM   #8
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Sorry Cappy:


Just a Guy - The show was pretty damn good! He's definatly got an EGO but the man is friggin smart and good at what he does. We were in the balcony section too - show was still great. If you've never been to see a LIVE magic show - it will leave an impression on you. Being somwhat a magician myself I would say DEFINATELY shell the $$ for it, its worth it. Im not really a Copperfield type a guy either lets get that straight too. hahaa. If he plays a stage that is small it wont be as good. The Buell (today) holds 2225 people just to give an idea. Go fet tickets so your not in the balcony.
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Just a Guy - The show was pretty damn good! He's definatly got an EGO but the man is friggin smart and good at what he does. We were in the balcony section too - show was still great. If you've never been to see a LIVE magic show - it will leave an impression on you. Being somwhat a magician myself I would say DEFINATELY shell the $$ for it, its worth it. Im not really a Copperfield type a guy either lets get that straight too. hahaa. If he plays a stage that is small it wont be as good. The Buell (today) holds 2225 people just to give an idea. Go fet tickets so your not in the balcony.
I've spent alot this week, so maybe we'll do it. I could use a show these days.
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Back to reality....that breakfast looked great! Lots of magic there!
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