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Stubborn red head

Member Since 18 Apr 2012
Offline Last Active Jul 24 2012 05:35 PM
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In Topic: Weather Destruction In The Eastern Usa

11 July 2012 - 03:11 PM

I have lived in Raleigh NC in the spring of 2006 and I believe if I am not mistaken there was like three "twisters" that touched down within like 50 miles of each other right around Raleigh. I drove that night had a time trying to keep my car on the road, whipping from one side of the road to the other.

We was unluckily on the road when this one hit as well, the wind with this storm was something else. One of the power poles near my home, was broke into three or four places with at least 50 years of line in the road, three trees laying with it. We hare still getting some pretty wicked storms form time to time since this original storm on the 29th, causing more damage. There was not that many houses that had damage to them, it was mainly what was outside, trees, power poles, lawn furniture, cars, and such.

I don't know if I could live where this happens often.

In Topic: Sam's Club

09 June 2012 - 09:44 PM

I LOVE SAM'S CLUB!!!!

My husband and I buy all kinds of stuff there.. from Raw meats and veggie to paper products and and snack foods!

I don't go a month without going in there and its just the two of us.

In Topic: Reese's Cups Minis

04 June 2012 - 09:26 PM

I was sensitive to them the first little while I am now not as sensitive to the "trace amounts" Clearly I wouldn't buy something that says that it may contain, or has trace amounts of gluten but with even my clean dishes at home, that I cleaned and soaked after finding out that I am GI. I dont have any issues anything made in my now gluten free kitchen. The only thing in my house is canned soups that are heated in the microwave, and a loaf of bread for my hubby to make a sandwich.

In Topic: Gluten Free Cooking School.

27 May 2012 - 05:57 AM

I can't imagine myself spending good money on a gluten-free cooking school...so many recipes just need a substitution or two and for baked goods there are many gluten-free blogs and recipe sites. But then I've been cooking *forever*. I did invest in a few gluten-free cookbooks (mainly for baking and especially bread, which has been elusive for many of us starting out)


I havent spent the money on it yet the emails are free, the books are online but cost around 20 bucks. She also has several recipes online.

In Topic: Gluten Free Cooking School.

25 May 2012 - 07:48 PM

www.glutenfreecookingschool.com