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    We got a dyson dc65 the animal one got over 300 bucks off so cant complain. Its awesome for the stuff that is coming out of the carpet.

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    Our old one literally died last weekend we turned it on made awful sound and could see sparks coming out one end. Scary!!!

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    don't turn it back on if there's electrical problems like that. I'd cut the cord off too if you throw it out so no one else turns it on. I've heard good things about the dysons too
    Last edited by winsor; 20-02-2016 at 20:19. Reason: oops, misread

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    Definitely. Its in the garage now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winsor View Post
    thanks BiB. yes I think you're right. I googled once home. I'm consoling myself that some people don't find out till later (like my sis) so wouldn't have been aware of what to eat/not eat. will be careful going forwards. it's just so hard to believe I forget now & then!
    I did too at times Luv early on in the piece. There I was licking the beaters etc when making cakes, eating the biscuit dough too forgetting there was raw egg in the mix

    It's more of a worry once a bloody supply is made between bub and you which isn't for a while yet so no harm, no foul ok??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesardust View Post
    @Billie2 congrats on being pupo. Fingers crossed for a good result for the bun in the oven and the buns baking in the lab oven!
    @Summer praying for a miracle for you luv. What a wonderful surprise it would be.
    @BlondeinBrisvegas glad to hear your household is back to semi normal and movement is occurring with your ex. That must be a bit of a relief.

    I've been baking a Oreo chocolate cake today for a cake off tomorrow. I'm not a baker at all so praying it turns out ok. Once I'm done I'll post a pic to get all you chocolate addicts drooling ���������������� �

    OMFG!!! That sounds delish Luv!!!

    Can't wait to see a "Food Porn" photo!!!

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    I remember i was paranoid one weekend i had bacon and egg ciabatta not realising the onion relish actually had mayonaise in which wasnt declared in the menu. I was fuming naturally!!! I mean who puts mayonaise in onion relish???

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    Btw i had a friggen awesome cheesecake today homemade by my local cafe it was moist soft and delish man you prob think im talking about something else haha!!! i reckon it was a cotton cheesecake a japanese recipe. Best thing was i ordered one piece and chef gave me two different flavours yummy as miss 2 yr old always seems to be centre of attention and of course they wanted to give her something to take away!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by midnite01 View Post
    Btw i had a friggen awesome cheesecake today homemade by my local cafe it was moist soft and delish man you prob think im talking about something else haha!!! i reckon it was a cotton cheesecake a japanese recipe. Best thing was i ordered one piece and chef gave me two different flavours yummy as miss 2 yr old always seems to be centre of attention and of course they wanted to give her something to take away!!
    YUMMO!!!!!

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    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1455965405.381551.jpg. So yeah I just baked this!! Boom! I've made about 5 cakes in my life I reckon so this is a big deal for me. I wonder if the other bakers will be impressed?

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