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Old 08-15-2007, 06:00 PM
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It is the combination of sea air, party atmosphere and deep relaxation that comes with cruising that makes Carnival's much better.
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I agree with the above post and would like to add something else, someone else is doing the cooking.My wife say's it always tastes better when someone else makwes it. Tom
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It almost always tastes better when someone else is doing the cooking.
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On the contrary, I love to prepare and cook meals. It's very relaxing and it gives me great satisfaction. (couple that with the fact that my wife can't cook a pop tart without burning it also makes it a necessity!)
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Old 08-16-2007, 05:58 AM
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No one can cook a pop tart! They are already cooked.

Actually, it was my mother's cooking that got me into the culinary profession. She burned everything. Hamburgers had a " crust on them, they looked more like meatballs. I never like potatoes before until I had some that were not burned. So at the age of 9, I was through with mom's cooking and took over the duties at home.
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The first time I microwaved popcorn I forgot to take the plastic wrap off and caused a little fire in the microwave! I'm right up there with dr's wife. But, I am going to try out Kraft's version of chocolate melting cake soon.
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No one can cook a pop tart! They are already cooked.

Actually, it was my mother's cooking that got me into the culinary profession. She burned everything. Hamburgers had a " crust on them, they looked more like meatballs. I never like potatoes before until I had some that were not burned. So at the age of 9, I was through with mom's cooking and took over the duties at home.

And here I thought everyone felt like mom's cooking is the best. I have not heard otherwise hmmm interesting.
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On the other hand, mom was a saint. Raising 5 boys on her own. She always said she was going to have a nervous breakdown but we were happy to tell her, "no you won't mom, you haven't yet!"

A Godly, loving woman who would drop anything to spend time with her boys. I miss her greatly.
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Old 08-16-2007, 12:15 PM
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I have not had Carnival's version but it seems that the obvious question when you order this is "Got Milk"?
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Yea, like a super huge glass of milk with that, Yum-O! Thanks Rachel Ray!
 
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