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Peach Cobbler Recipe, Boudreaux Zookeeper Joke...July 18 2005
Hi Y'all,

Yikes! We may have wished for rain but not near this much! Georgette
is about the only one that is happy with this. What else do you expect
for a duck? One of these days I am going to make that duck soup recipe
I have been wanting to make for years! :o)

For those of you that just joined us, Georgette is the most grumpy
duck chef that anyone has ever seen, or heard about! She is also lazy.
Why I keep her around is anyone's guess!

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Today's Recipe Posted by hunnyandme at the message board, thanks so
much for sharing!

Yummy Crockpot Peach Cobbler

1/3 cup buttermilk baking mix
2/3 cup dry quick oats
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
4 cups sliced peaches (canned or fresh)
1/2 cup peach juice

Mix together baking mix, oats, brown sugar and cinnamon in greased
crockpot. Stir in peaches and peach juice. Cook on low for at least 5
hours. (If you like a drier cobbler, remove lid for last 15-30
minutes of cooking).

Serve with frozen yogurt or ice cream.
Makes 8 servings.

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Today's joke was posted by Old CooT at the message board, thanks so much!

Boudreaux, the Zookeeper

Thibodeaux saw Boudreaux sitting on his front porch the other morning.
He stops and asks Boudreaux what he's doing at home in the middle of
the day instead of being at his job at the zoo. Boudreaux tells him
he got fired yesterday. Thibodeaux says, "Mais, dat's too bad,
Boudreaux. I thought you was doin' real good over der. Why dey fired
you ?" ...

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