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Old 06-12-2011, 17:32   #46
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Re: Mexican Food, BBQ and Ice Cream

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I often make my own. It's not that hard and tastes a lot better than the store bought, mass produced kind.
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please send recipe.
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Or better yet, post the recipe here, I love rootbeer too!
I made some rootbeer once. I had it stored in the root cellar. One night I was hearing this poping sound every few minutes. It was the rootbeer shooting its cap off and making a mess. I made it again and as Astrid says it is wonderful. I just don't know how condusive the rocking of the boat would be to keeping the lids on.
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Old 06-12-2011, 19:46   #47
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I just make root beer for a party. I have never bottled (& it sounds like a problem) or cut the recipe down to make less.

Making ice cream is fun when you are at anchor. It's not Hagen Dazs but it's nice when you can't get real. Then you can make a float!
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Re: Mexican Food, BBQ and Ice Cream

Mexican food for me too. As a Texan breakfast tacos have been part of my diet for as long as I can remember and I start to get cranky without them.
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Re: Mexican Food, BBQ and Ice Cream

chocolate is easy----hersheys chocolate chips fit that bill, and even come in dark in mexico!! cannot find candy with dark chocolate, but baking is another story....tacos are very inexpensive here---- 2 for 20 pesos.... EVERYWHERE in mazatlan has tacos for cheap for breakfast.....i will cry when i can no longer find flat chicken, err, pollo ranchero.....
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