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  • Jim Burnes
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    Yes, Pour one bottle of Root-Beer into tray, drink all that remains in the bottle.

    Place small stick in tray before root-beer sets up. Stand guard at fridge to prevent brothers and sisters from stealing the popcycles before you can get your share.

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  • Deputy Joe
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    Jim, any recipes for home-made popcicles?

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  • Jules
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    Amen Dragon!!

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  • PeacefulDragon
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    If only getting ice cubes out of the tray were as easy! [Wink]

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  • Jim Burnes
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    Did you know it was that easy to make frybread?

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  • Don
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    Jim thanks so much for that link! Until now I've had to drive down to Cameron Trading Post to get fry bread or Navajo Tacos. OR all the way up to my daughter's in Colorado. Her uh sig/otr makes great fry bread!

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  • Jules
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    AutumnAngel,

    Don't encourage him, he's trying SO hard to get past this ice cube thing. They are NOT his friend, they may well be the cause of his nervous breakdown. How would you feel about that?

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  • Mitzi1
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    Jim likes *sandy* ice cubes. lol

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  • AutumnAngel
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    Jim, I don't know if you do what I used to do with the ice cube tray ---- UNTIL a few days ago when I had an amazing discovery! I used to try and be nice and neat with the ice cube tray and fill it up just enough to not overflow. BUT THEN -- I realized that you are supposed to overflow the tray! So when it freezes and you twist the tray just barely it breaks up the cubes and you have yourself a little lever to pick the cubes out. Does that make sense? Don't give up on the ice cubes -- they still wanna be your friend.

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  • Deputy Joe
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    Jim,
    What are you going to do if you want a nice tall glass of ICE tea???

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  • Jules
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    Good for you! I'm glad you've taken that crucial step towards recovery. I know ice cubes are a hard thing to quit, but you'll be alright without them. Me thinks they were causing you too much stress.

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  • Jim Burnes
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    I've sworn off ice cubes forever

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  • Jules
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    Thanks for the link, Jim. I love frybread, used to make it on camping trips. I'll be enjoying the native recipes from that site.

    Have you solved the ice problem yet? [Wink]

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  • Badgerland
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    Am I the only one who takes the ice cube tray and smashes it upside down on the kitchen counter? That has got to work.

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  • Jim Burnes
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    Frybread? Ate it as a kid, eat it still.

    The original food

    Jim Burnes

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