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I thought we were your favorite crackers.
I clicked on the ginger beer link. It said I purchased the item on December 13th. I did. The Dark and Stormy I'm having right now is very, very good. Try one.
Whoever thought to add sea salt to dark chocolate covered caramels is a genius.
My cousin loves the Carr's crackers, too.PS The maple syrup link goes to marmelade.And I expected to see Patti LaBelle at the marmelade link
I got one of these for the WH hottie I often go out with. She is one reason why after the re-election of the POTUS, I will have a corner office. Thanks goodness for the GOP in their decision to support Newt/Perry as their ticket. I cannot thank you all enough for rejecting Romney (and his VP possibility: Jindal).
Not Potter's Crackers?
Is maple syrup edible or drinkable? In "Super Troopers" they had maple syrup guzzling contests.
Sorry about the bad syrup link. Can't fix it now so I deleted it.
"I thought we were your favorite crackers."thank you for the laugh Maguro...had to wipe the tears away and clean off the screen :)
I was confirmed as a Methodist. I did it for my mother. It didn't matter to me. I married a Catholic, and had a couple of kids.Yeah..I'm not doing the agnostic/atheist thing anymore. I'm an engineer. There are things I understand, and the rest I assign to God.I have been blessed.
I think we were your althouse favorite carr's crackers.
Ha I sold Goelitz (Jelly Belly) a phone system just as they were taking off (it had become known that Ronald Reagan loved them and had a big bowl for cabinet meetings). For decades they were a tiny little CA company and had a production facility in North Chicago. Sold them two more that year because they kept growing out of them, and the owner wouldn't buy for expansion because he didn't want to. "George, I don't want to get any bigger". And now, well, John Kelley is a gazillionaire. If you haven't tried them do so. Like no jelly bean you have ever had.
Yum...Clearbrook Farms marmelade is excellent but their apricot preserves are divine...be warned you be eating them out of the jar with a spoon.
Don't forget flavored balsamic vinegar...
I have 6 bottles of the beloved Fever Tree GB not 24 inches from me AT THIS VERY MOMENT. Plus, for the record, I discovered Fever Tree. Yes, yes, first it was the sublime tonic which has forever changed my G&Ts. But I wasn't far behind with the GB and Bitter Lemon.Let me also recommend Busha Browne's Burnt Orange Marmalade. Incredibly delicious. Try it on dark rye toast.
CORRECTION: Five bottles now. Yum.
The Carr's crackers are especially good with brie and pears or apples. Or brie, honey, and lemon zest. Now I'm hungry.
@jimfflavored balsamic vinegar...:::Shudder:::There's no such thing...the D.O.P. appellation prohibits adulteration or any deviation from produzione tradizionale.Try Spanish sherry (Jerez-Xeres) vinegar. Capriete is a reliable brand that can be purchased from Amazon, is reasonably priced, and has more depth and less cloying sweetness than mass-produced balsamic...which is nothing more than ordinary wine vinegar with coloring and added sugar. Some of the better imitations are barrel aged but are still inferior to authentic BV.
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