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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: Anyone still use this recipe?

    So funnnnny!!! and the comments are hilarious!!! thanks Sandy
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    Hilarious!!!

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    Thanks Sandy; I just refilled ours this morning...your timing is definitely right on target....except I didn't need a recipe...I needed help reaching that high with full ice trays....ours had been in there so long they evaporated...yes ice cubes will evaporate in the freezer!

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    Just read some of the comments....hilarious!

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    This is so funny and the comments are hilarious too! Loving it!! I think I will email this link to my husband and see what his reaction might be since somehow or another the trays end up empty in the freezer!
    Finished is way better than perfect!

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    Had to go back and read some of the comments - love the one about tap water-tap dancer!
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    Wait! You mean you don't need to buy it in bags from the grocery store??? What an amazing, liberating concept!
    If you can't see it from 50 yards away on a galloping horse, it doesn't matter.

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    Too funny....glad I have an ice maker. Maybe I should write down the recipe just in case!

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    that is too funny! I love the comments. I haven't made them in awhile, my daughter usually takes care of that. I'll put the recipe aside so I'll know what to do after she moves out. Hahaha thanks Sandy, a good laugh before bed is always welcomed.

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    Okay guys!!! Make fun if you will but this is how I have to make ice in London. Most of the time I do it the British way and drink at room temp. I've recently been on an iced coffee kick. As that implies ice, that requires an ice cube tray! Now, we're not talkin' about a nice sized ice tray like Americans used to use. This ice tray is quite small and actually comes with a plastic top ( I actually think that's a good idea, however, I'm too lazy to put the top on. I just take my chances it won't spill.) To remove the ice from the tray, I take a gallon freezer bag and put the tray inside it to pop the ice out otherwise it falls all over the place. Every day I fill my little tray up and put it in my tiny freezer and make tiny ice. I've actually been using it to freeze lemon cubes for marinating fish. Produce is expensive here so "waste not want not." You may ask yourself, why does this crazy American lady only make one tray at a time? You may remember I said tiny freezer. So, in answer to your question Miss Sandy, I do indeed still use this recipe!
    Last edited by rebeccas-sewing; August 24th, 2012 at 07:17 AM.
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