I believe in recycling but you had already post this fun fact on us: http://thehappywhisk.blogspot.ca/2015/02/fun-fact-2045.htmlSomeone hasn't took her coffee! LOL
That certainly explains the Déjà vu feeling.
Ah, frick. I didn't know it. I must have had two copies in my draft folder. But thank YOU Richard for pointing it out. You crack me up.Martha, how did you get the ' over your deja, so nicely?
Ivy it's one of my favorite past time, pointing mistakes and as you said, I mean that in the nicest way! hahahaha
Hahahahaha.I had that one coming. Well played. Well played, indeed.
I looked it up on Google and copied it :)
Actually, I have something that works even better: chemotherapy! I have never had the inside of my mouth attacked so thoroughly, although I would prefer the taste of pineapple to pennies!
If they could only get that chemo to taste of pineapple :-)
Still pretty scary.
Scary Pineapple Monster ...
And here I thought I was eating the pineapple when it was really eating me.
A little bit of both, for sure.
That would have been a better title. Pineapple Monsters.
No more ham and pineapple pizza for me then!
When I worked at the pizza shoppe, that was a top pick for people. With bacon, too.
Adding bacon is just decadence.
Then it's a good thing I don't leave it in my mouth! :)
Hahahahahaha, you know, out of context, that's a funny, funny comment.
Really? I didn't know that. Maybe I should lay the whole pineapple on my stomach. It could eat that. hahaha. have a great day and yay for Shitake mushrooms. Glad you like them.
Oh my gosh, they were so yummy. I got local organic ones. Ate the container in two servings.Yes, belly, that would be a great trick.
Well, I didn't remember that you've used it before!
Me either, but gosh darn, I did.
I don't know whether that's true or not, but that sounds horrifying! I love pineapple :/
Well I'd not seen it first time around !All the best Jan
I thought I'd seen this before!
Yep, good ole Bromelain...breaking down proteins since...well who knows when. :) Still will eat that stuff up though! We had a fresh pineapple once that was literally like eating candy and the acids in it were making my lips burn, but I still couldn't resist. :)