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Rules for cooking

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3) too many cooks spoil the broth

4) more salt!

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spread the peanut butter before spreading the jelly

 

What does it matter if they are on different pieces of bread?

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spread the peanut butter before spreading the jelly

 

Oh, here you go, from bottom to top. Bread, Peanut Butter mixed with honey, sliced Banana, bread, either Black Berry or Raspberry jam, (I never use jelly), bread.

 

Sorry, I am not allowed to have butter. I used to mix Peanut Butter, Honey, and Butter.

 

If you want a hot meal then toast the bread.

 

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1) a little charcoal never hurt anybody

2) more bacon

3) there are more settings to your stove than 'Off' and 'High'

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IF it's too hot when you eat it it will still be too hot when you shit it.

 

Some call that the "second burn"!

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