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Children this is NOT a chat room!

posted by 281135 on April 23, 2013

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Be prepared to stretch your grocery budget and use up a lot of t

Be prepared to stretch your grocery budget and use up a lot of time in the kitchen before you have the freedom to Take Out this food! The title isn't appropriate since it denotes the ability to leave the house and have fun with packed food. This cookbook was only 9...
Be prepared to stretch your grocery budget and use up a lot of time in the kitchen before you have the freedom to Take Out this food! The title isn't appropriate since it denotes the ability to leave the house and have fun with packed food. This cookbook was only 99 pages on my Tablet. There is an interactive Index of Recipes but I always find it awkward that it's placed in the back of the cookbook. The breakdown is this: 11 Appetizers and Go-Withs; 22 Main Dishes; and 15 Sandwiches. There are no photos, just a few little drawings. The All American Coney Dogs is actually more of a recipe for the Chili type sauce you place over the hot dogs and buns. The Buffalo Chicken Sandwich has 5 ingredients: pepper sauce, chicken, rolls, lettuce and Salad Dressing. As usual with Gooseberry Patch cookbooks, there are recipes that you can easily get online. You can easily get recipes for Pizza, chili cheese fries, and most sandwiches. Be prepared to get a loan on the house for the Collosal Hero Sandwich and a couple of others. I've seen some of the same recipes in other Gooseberry cookbooks. I did get this cookbook on a Special, and I advise that you check Gooseberry Patch often because they do this.

posted by ZoeyTheCat on April 25, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2014

    The Partner Legacies: The Meeting

    Told in third-person POV by Cyrus. These are actual Nook events. <p> The Meeting <p> Cyrus felt a slight tap on his shoulder. He slowly stands and turns, facing a stranger. "Umm. Who are you?" He notices a sword at the stranger's side. "Please don't hurt me. I've got nothing to give you." He backs away slowly. The stranger just stands there, his eyebrow raised. "What? I don't wanna hurt you. Look see...." He unbuckles his sword belt and drops it on the ground. "My name is Kenny. Yours is?" Cyrus carefully eyes Kenny, walking back towards him. "Cyrus. Can you help me with something?" Kenny frowns. "Sure. What do you need?" Cyrus smiles, relaxing a bit. "I'm looking for a man named Zeus. Heard of him?" Kenny suddenly looks up. "I want him dead! He seperated me from my family!" Cyrus nods. "Me too. He killed my parents." Cyrus smirks. "Let's help each..." Suddenly, Cyrus just disappears. Kenny frowns, looking around. "What the....hey!" He stands. "Where did he go?" He sighs, refastening his sword belt. <p> Elsewhere.... <p> Cyrus appeared in large, torch lit cavern. A large throne made from black obsidian sat against a wall. A bulky figure was sitting in the throne. Cyrus gulped, unsure of what to do. He bows his head slightly, a sign of respect. "Well then," The figure says, rising slowly. "It seems my son has returned." He chuckles, his voice very deep and commanding. Cyrus takes a couple steps back, his body trembling with fear. "D-d-dad?" He stammers. "My father's name was Edi. I don't even know you." The figure let's out a loud, booming laugh. "Edi, and Sarah adopted you, from me. My name....is Lord Kronos." Cyrus' eyes widen and he drops to his knees. "Kronos......you're my father?" Kronos smiles, stepping down from the throne and walking towards Cyrus. "Yes, I am your father, and I have a gift for you." Kronos turns to a side door and yells, "HYPERION!!" Cyrus, shocked by Kronos' revelation, doesn't listen and just stares at the ground. "Yes Lord Kronos?" A man, clad in bright golden armor and a golden sword at his side, strides over to Kronos, his back towards Cyrus. "Welcome brother." He turns Hyperion towards Cyrus. "Cyrus this is my brother, Zeus." Hyperion frowns. "Wait, I'm not," He's cut off by a nudge from Kronos. Cyrus, now paying attention, leaped up and eyed Hyperion angrily. "You're Zeus?" Hyperion simply nods. Cyrus nods, smirking. "Good." With lightning speed, he draws Hyperion's sword and lunges, stabbing him through his gut and twisting the blade inside him. "AGHHHH!" Hyperion falls to his knees, looking up at Kronos. "Brother? Why?" Kronos, smirks, satisfied. "Because my son is a more valuble asset than you ever could be." Kronos chuckles, watching Hyperion crumble to dust. "Cyrus, that was my brother, Hyperion, not Zeus. Now that Hyperion is dead, you will now be known as, Cyrus, Lord of the Sun. Now go! Have your revenge on the Gods of Olympus!" Cyrus frowns, appearing in front of Kenny wearin Hyperion's golden armor and sword. "Kenny." Kenny jumps up, staring at Cyrus in awe. "Where did you," Cyrus cuts him off. "There's no time. We need to find a demigod camp, to lead us to Mount Olympus. We will have revenge on the gods. There will be a new world ruler. And his name is, Cyrus, Titan of the Sun." He begins to hover, then he flies off. Kenny following behind. <p> To be continued....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 23, 2013

    Willowmist

    A fluffy white cat pads in silently her grey eyes searching. She asks to be coleader. For a sign of strength she leaves for ten minutes and drags three dead bears back to camp. Willowmist

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