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    Ham and green beans! Simple, cheap and easy!
    *Jennifer*
    Mom to Owen (7) and Grant (5)
    Wife to Patrick for 9 years
    Home school teacher for 3 years
    www.HappilyUprooted.com

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    Ham and jelly sandwiches with toasted and buttered bread. YUM

  4. #23

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    Scalloped potatoes.
    Kathi
    Mama to 12 year old Dakota and Gramma to Homeschooling Damien, Kennedy and Ciencia all using Time4Learning.com for online curriculum.
    Shop Etsy Buy Homemade http://hippiefairylover.etsy.com

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    S'mores 'n ham!

    Kidding.
    Carolyn
    caretaker for quirky DD (hatched 2006)

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    “My bed is a magical place where I remember everything i was supposed to do that day.” - unknown

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    Forget eating the ham - have your kids become Foley artists and record what sounds they can make by slapping the ham against different objects, dropping it on the floor, blowing it up, etc. Then videotape them acting out a scene to go along with it. Throw in a quick history lesson of Foley artistry and Voila! a homeschool lesson is born...

    It's a sickness. Really.

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    NO, you are not only one who love to eat easter ham. I like easter ham with baby carrot. I also like city ham and country ham, which is soaked in brine and then either smoked or boiled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BerthaCardone View Post
    NO, you are not only one who love to eat easter ham. I like easter ham with baby carrot. I also like city ham and country ham, which is soaked in brine and then either smoked or boiled.
    Do you like SPAM as well as ham?

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