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minnie aubre

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About minnie aubre

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  • Birthday 10/17/1971

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    Portland, OR
  • Interests
    cooking, cleaning, credit

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  1. minnie aubre

    Master 2019 Approvals and CLIs Thread

    Have to stop at Auntie Anne's first.
  2. minnie aubre

    Master 2019 Approvals and CLIs Thread

    I forgot about that place! Are they still in business? They had pretty good lemonade.
  3. minnie aubre

    Master 2019 Approvals and CLIs Thread

    Does Cinnabon offer a card? I would rather fill up on that.
  4. minnie aubre

    Master 2019 Approvals and CLIs Thread

    Hi, usually every 2-3 months, if I remember. I just do online but phone works, too.
  5. minnie aubre

    Master 2019 Approvals and CLIs Thread

    I hate the mall now. High school was a different story.
  6. minnie aubre

    Master 2019 Approvals and CLIs Thread

    Thank you
  7. minnie aubre

    Master 2019 Approvals and CLIs Thread

    J. Crew $19,050 -> $20,050 (time for more socks) Williams Sonoma $20,250 -> $23,250 Wayfair $24,700 -> $27,700 Overstock $23,600 -> $26,600
  8. minnie aubre

    Master 2019 Approvals and CLIs Thread

    Are the other points in invisible ink?
  9. minnie aubre

    The Dining and Food Thread

    Yes.
  10. minnie aubre

    The Dining and Food Thread

    Thank you, both. I have an Instant Pot, so I can do slow cooking or pressure cooking. Actually, I have two, but that's a different story. If I could get organized, I would have everything prepped then throw it in on the slow cooker setting during work. Or, so the same after work if using the pressure cooker. I'm going to plan my menu during the week and then do the prep over the weekend. I really appreciate the comments.
  11. minnie aubre

    The Dining and Food Thread

    Thank you for the insights. Yes, this is what I was talking about, but on a smaller scale. More like a week at a time. It would be meals more like lasagna, some sort of casserole, or soup. So, yes, single-dish meals. I suppose if I just want to do a week at a time, maybe freezing would not be necessary. I wonder if I did all the prep on Sunday for my meals, if it would still stay fresh tasting through the week. For example, washing and cutting all the produce and having the ingredients measured in containers. What I hate most is the prep, so if I can get this out of the way all at once, I may be able to survive the week.
  12. minnie aubre

    The Dining and Food Thread

    Has anyone tried doing freezer meals? Where you make a bunch over the weekend for the next week or two. Do they turn out soggy and gross? I've been thinking about doing this. Sometimes I'm too lazy to cook after work. So it's either a hard boiled egg and apple (or something as stupid) or Uber Eats.
  13. minnie aubre

    Words, Phrases and Other Stuff that Annoys Me

    You're so flexible.
  14. minnie aubre

    The Dining and Food Thread

    The roll and carrot look good.
  15. minnie aubre

    The Dining and Food Thread

    I might make it this weekend. I can probably find some hippie rain forest chocolate in my locale. I banned myself from Walmart years ago.

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