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... today I cooked five sets of food for my son ... rice & peas ... blackened salmon steaks ... baked chicken thighs with jerk sauce ... beef stew loaded with spinach ... meat sauce ... and oven roasted vegetables (sweet potatoes, irish potatoes, carrots, brussel sprouts, and sweet peppers).... Now he is good for at least five weeks ... The things we do for our children ...
hm mmm  CE ....if you  really  have cooked  all that....I will say  come  here  my friend....Hug


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  ... Wink ... am ignoring sandra ... Big%20smile ... that woman crazy ... she has driven me to drink ...


 ... so am gonna make a real good rum puch ... my granny style:
 ... she made a syrup with white sugar, cloves, cinnamon, grated nutmeg and water ... next she added angustra bitters, strawberry syrup and rum to suit ... serve on crushed ice ... hm mmm ... the best
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Girl, I envy you drinking that rum punch. Granny knows best, eh.
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... made mauby too ... now i need to bottle them ... both quite good ... am impressed ...
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I don't like mauby. I tried it eons ago in Antigua. Maybe now that I'm older, I might appreciate the taste.

Do you make ginger beer? That's another I haven't had in a long, long time. I use the ginger to make poultices for pain and swelling.

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