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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Miffed


Sugar and Tiara were a little miffed that broccoli made the list,
but they didn't.

Especially since Tink HATES broccoli.

Happy Thanksgiving, Everyone!

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5 comments:

  1. This is just too cute for words! Happy Thanksgiving Wendy and thanks for the encouraging words on my ruminating post, it means a lot to me that you even read my blog. xoxo

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  2. Very great little piece of art there, even with the broccoli! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  3. Thank you for posting this light hearted piece. I am researching celiac and gluten-free and it is nice to have a bit of humor.

    I have a question. We discovered about a year ago that my daughter has Celiacs. Yesterday, we attended Thanksgiving with my extended family. Most everybody wanted to be helpful in determining what my daughter could eat, but they were mostly uninformed. Anticipating this, we brought food for her.

    Problem is that I needed to heat it up. I used TFX sheets on the cookie sheets to prevent cross contamination (they are like Silpats but much cheaper....can find them on-line or sometimes at Whole Foods) How much do I need to worry about cross contamination from other food in the oven. There was no bread in the oven but there were several casseroles.

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