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kutie_pie

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  • Birthday 01/01/1
  1. Hey everyone A few days ago I was given a few of the Forgotten Realms books and I was wondering if anyone could tell me anything about them as I know nothing about them. Anything would be great Thanks
  2. This is a favorite at my house BBQ Veggies -Combine any of your favorite veggies(such a brocolli, cauliflower, carrots etc.) on a piece of aluminum foil. -Add a spoonful of butter and a dash of your favorite spice. -fold the aluminum foil into a packet- make sure you don't rip it. -place on hot BBQ a cook until tender. BBQ potatoes Use the same method as above using cut up potatoes and onions.
  3. Don't worry I wont "force" her I don't want to turn her off the series (besides shes a teenager and you can't make her do anything).
  4. Thanks everyone for all of your help. Now I just need to put the book in her hands and force her to read it.
  5. Ok so I am trying to get my younger sister to start reading WoT. She has just turned 16 and I think it is time for her to start reading WoT. So should I have her read NS and tell her it probably wont make to much sense until later on or should I have her start with tEotW and tell her she wont understand the prologue until part way through it? Thanks for you input.
  6. Nope' date=' lol! they are all in BC for Summer Hollidays! :D :P :lol:[/quote'] Hmm is that why the roads seem so empty in the summer (that is except during the Stampede).
  7. "YAY FOR NEWFIES AND BAD ALBERTAN DRIVERS!!!" There are no bad drivers in Alberta!
  8. I'm from Western Canada although my great grandparents were from Norway and Denmark so I guess I could join the viking invasion.
  9. I started out as a lurker just reading everything then I decided to join but I still dont post a huge amount. I would love to join in the book discusions but its been a LONG time since I have read the books and don't remember half of what is being talked about.
  10. I have just finished reading Black Like Me by John Howard Griffin for my sociology class and really enjoyed it. Some others that I have read are: Seven Years in Tibet by Heinrich Harrer Obasan by Joy Kogawa The Horse Wisper and The Loop both by Nicholas Evans. Kadere- I have read The Life of Pi and I really enjoyed it.
  11. Post you favorite recipe books and/or websites here. Some of my favorite websites are: -http://www.kraftcanada.com/EN -http://www.meals.com/Index/Index.aspx [/url]
  12. Post anything you would make with a main meal, such as potatoes, rice, pasta, vegitables etc. This is my favourite rice recipe its a modified version of one I found in a recipe book a long time ago(have no idea which one). Fried Rice 2 cups rice 4 cups water salt (optional) oil Frozen veggies Soy sauce(use as much or as little as you want) 2 eggs Cook the rice, ahead, as you normally would(combine the rice, water and salt in a pot and bring to a boil, then reduce heat, cover and simmer for about 20 minutes). Put the rice in the fridge to cool it off. In a wok(or a large frying pan) heat some oil, add the rice and break up any large pieces. fry up the rice. Add frozen veggies and soy sauce. cover and let cook until veggies are cooked, stir occasionally. make a "hole" in the rice mixture, and break the eggs into it. scramble the eggs util cooked thouroughly and combine with the rice. Variations: Make less rice for less people(make the amount of rice you normally would for a meal). Make the egg before frying the rice and put it in a bowl and add after the veggies are done.
  13. I found this recipe at my local grocery store and it is AMAZING. Apple Pie Down Under 237ml (1C) Sugar 45ml (3tbsp) flour 5ml (1tsp) ground cinnamon 5ml (1tsp) grated lemon zest 0.62ml (1/8tsp) ground cloves 0.62ml (1/8tsp) salt 8 apples peeled, cored and thinly sliced 1 prepared 23cm (9-inch) pie pastry, unbaked 118ml (1/2c) flour 118ml (1/2c) sugar 118ml (1/2c) shredded cheddar cheese dash salt 60ml (4tbsp) margarine, melted Preheat oven to 204°C (400°F) In a large bowl mix together first 6 ingredients. Add apples to mixture. Put the apple mixture into the pastry (which should be in a pie plate). Combine the last 5 ingredients. And crumble over the pie. Bake for 35 minutes or until top is golden brown. Note: I found that there was WAY too much apple mixture to go into one pie crust so I divided it between two pie crusts then also divided the topping between two(the amounts of apple stuff and topping was enough to go into two and you do not need to alter those amounts).
  14. I LOVE this idea. I love to cook so I have lots of recipes that I could share and I love trying new recipes.
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