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Friday, January 11, 2008

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Dona

What a great idea. I want to rember it for a great gift idea.
Dona

Courtney

Oh my goodness you've blown my mind. I'm going right now to try all of this out. Thank you so much for sharing!!!

Dawn Marie

That is a real cool idea. May I ask do you only use this on chicken or other things?
TFS

ellie augustin

HEY darling!I have something for you over at my blog COME AND GET IT :) **HUGS**

Becky S

Ill have to try that... I like rosemary and I love lemon & salt!

I also NEED some of those dew drops.

Nancy Grant

Wow...that's really interesting. Thanks for the tutorial.
:-)

SmilynStef

Looks yummy & I'm going to have to try those inks on metal ... what a fun effect.

Joan B

Oh wow, this tin is gorgeous AND the recipe looks delish also!!

Mel

Mmmm yummy! For the tummy and the eye. Just lovely! :0)

Deb Neerman

Sounds really delish! Will have to try your recipe ... and the tin is pretty kewl, too!

TFS!

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