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July 27, 2010

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Jane @ Sweet Basil Kitchen

I always considered Ritz crackers as cookies! They need some more nutrients! Yeah!

Cathy Witbeck

My boys like to eat them with that cheese that isn't really cheese. You know, the kind that comes in a can and you wonder if it is biodegradeable.
Brad had a girl ask him to a dance with that cheese. We washed it off the sidewalk and it stayed in the grass for weeks. Oi.
Hey Glenna, check out my farm watercolors on my blog. They're kind of cheesy.

Glenna

It never decomposes--yuck! But I know. There is something fun about it!

Will definitely check out your watercolors--not cheesy at all. :-)

Glenna

Jane--true! They're really not very high on nutrition as is. I'm glad they're making this change. It's about time.

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