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    we were going through the lunch line and Mrs. Bigio handed Mai Thi her Tuna Casserole Surprise, and one of the penitentiary-bound eighth graders said loudly to Mrs. Bigio, “Don't you have any Rat Surprise for her?”and then turned to Mai Thi and said, “Why don't you go back home and find some?” and then Mai Thi started to cry, just stood there crying, and Danny took his entire tray- which was filled with Tuna Casserole Surprise and two glasses of chocolate milk and red jello with peaches- and dumped

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    How to Bake Cornbread

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    Cornbread is very tasty! To prepare cornbread for the first time, you will need to go to your nearest grocery store and purchase all the ingredients needed. Walk inside the grocery store and go to the grocery section. First, find the aisle where the corn meal and sugar is located, and get a small package of corn meal and a small package of sugar. Then, find where the eggs are located and get a small package of eggs. Then, find where the buttermilk is located and pick up a bottle of buttermilk. Then

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    Friendship and What Ifs

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    Andy picked up Morgan at five from Groovy Vibes. They pulled into the garage and got out of the car. Andy opened the door to the door to the house and took a few steps before he stopped. “Wait.” Morgan stood still wondering what was wrong. “You have no idea how embarrassing it was to have my credit card declined. And in front of the girls!” Morgan heard Elaine’s voice although Andy’s mom was nowhere in sight. “I told you not to worry about it. You spend too much money anyway,” Steve answered

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    How to Make Coconut Pecan Brownies Making coconut pecan brownies is an easy process that involves prepping the kitchen, measuring and combining ingredients, baking the batter, and icing the cooled brownies. Before we begin you must have access to a moderately equipped kitchen with a stove and a microwave oven. You will need the following kitchen utensils: a rubber spatula, a large microwave safe bowl (at least two quarts), a nine by thirteen inch baking pan, toothpicks, a cooling rack, two potholders

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    I came to realize the importance of mac and cheese while babysitting. The mother had not warned me that her two year old was going through a mac and cheese phase. Breakfast, lunch and dinner, all he would eat was mac and cheese. Not being aware of this child’s diet, I had prepared him lasagna for dinner. Although both dishes involve pasta and cheese, this two year old knew the difference. The plate of lasagna ended up on the floor, and he screamed and pounded his tiny fists on his high chair. The

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    Chicken and Dumpling Casserole Casserole is usually the combination of rice, pasta, beans, potatoes, and meat baked in an ovenproof dish. The name itself ‘casserole relates to the shape and kind of the dish that the meals are cooked in. Do you want to learn a new recipe that will spice up your day? If so, try this chicken and dumpling casserole with the help of the simple steps below. When it comes to the best tasting foods, chicken is definitely among the most popular choices. Whether you are eating

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    The way that one changes over a brief amount of time can be amazing and “Casserole” written by Thomas Mcguane is a perfect example of character change. This short story begins with a husband and his wife Ellie on a car trip on their way to Ellie’s parents’ house. While waiting for the ferry to cross the lake, the husband is noticeably getting more and more worried about the situation. After a short drive from the fairy to wife’s parent 's house, the husband is greeted with unfortunate news by his

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    early evenings, brisk air and leafless trees but, before the dormancy of winter settles in, the annual compensation of Thanksgiving brings families and friends together to celebrate life with food. Common on most tables, turkey, stuffing, green bean casserole and pumpkin pie fill our stomachs and warm our hearts. Each Thanksgiving brings about the recognition of a year’s worth of changes and last Thanksgiving is no exception. Being part of an eight-child family, I enjoy Thanksgiving with 30+ members

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    How to Prepare a Thanksgiving Dinner Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate our joys with friends and family. Unfortunately, if you are the person designated to cooking the holiday dinner, the joys can turn into complete and total fear. I'll never forget the first time I made Thanksgiving dinner for twenty family members and friends. I waited until the last minute to start and the dinner ended in a complete disaster. In the years following that failure, I have learned that preparing a Thanksgiving

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    As we approach the Thanksgiving, and shortly after, Christmas, my one concern always leans towards food. While it is traditional to eat loads of turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, green beans, pies, stuffing, you name it, I can’t help but think about all the other women, men and children who have food restrictions and how much these comfort foods can wreak havoc on their bodies, myself included. Whether your food restriction is an intolerance, a mild allergy, or even a choice of lifestyle

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