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Old 08-01-2007, 12:46 PM   #1
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Re: CHERRY COLA GLAZE

Sounds good thanks for sharing. Will try it soonish.

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Old 08-03-2007, 11:22 PM   #2
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Well know I'm highly excited about it. If you in Texas you best have a real sweet rib or folks turn up the nose at it. Looks like just whut the doctor ordered to me. Kindly keeps us posted. Thanks.

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Old 08-04-2007, 04:33 PM   #3
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I make one somewhat similar using Cheerwine.
I wish they sold that stuff up here
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Old 08-04-2007, 07:25 PM   #4
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Well I aint had too much expuriences in cooking with horse radich it sort of a bird in the bush so to speak. Now do it loose its horseradicheness when it cooked or do it get stronger etc? Thanks.

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I make one somewhat similar using Cheerwine.
I wish they sold that stuff up here
I pick up a case whenever I go to NC. Not sold here in MD either. I think allie also likes it.
I was hoping to make it back down that way this summer but it's not in the cards. Maybe in the spring. It really is good stuff.
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Old 08-05-2007, 06:26 PM   #6
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Thanks for the review dude
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Thanks for the review dude
U R welcome
I meant from Bryan that cooked with it today
But thanks for the UR welcome.
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This looks like something I'd love to give a whirl.

Puff, I agree, wouldn't it be nice to have Cheerwine up here. Did you know it's available in some areas of Illinois and Wisconsin now? Hopefully, soon it will make it's way to Indiana or at least Michigan. As much as Les is in your state, he could buy me some. I went to GA in March and bought a couple of 12 packs. I still have 3 cans stashed away for a special day. If I didn't hide it, the kids would have drank it months ago.
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This looks like something I'd love to give a whirl.

Puff, I agree, wouldn't it be nice to have Cheerwine up here. Did you know it's available in some areas of Illinois and Wisconsin now? Hopefully, soon it will make it's way to Indiana or at least Michigan. As much as Les is in your state, he could buy me some. I went to GA in March and bought a couple of 12 packs. I still have 3 cans stashed away for a special day. If I didn't hide it, the kids would have drank it months ago.
If you come across any more let me know. I know it can be ordered on line. I'm heading South next April...I'll stock up for sure
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I'll do that. It's as close as Rockford, IL where one of my best friends' lives. Her husband is from North Carolina and used to fill the trunk of their car with it every time he visited his family. He's a happy camper now. You probably get down south as much as I do. I've been to visit once in over 2 years. Now my dad is suffering more health problems so I'll try to make it down there more often.

If Les comes across any in Michigan or Ohio, I'm sure we could arrange to get you some and he could meet you some place. He spends more time up that way than he does at home anymore. lol
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