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    It's tedious being perched up here with a pole up my back!

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    Are we still going? We haven't made a single plan, what we are eating, what time we are meeting up, where we're eating....

    I'm going out tomorrow morning to get treats to smuggle into the theater. If you want me to pick you up something, let me know.

    I'm getting Boston Baked Beans.
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    this isn't for me but I read the title and now I wanna watch the wizard of oz...
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    whoooores!
    Have fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady T View Post
    whoooores!
    Have fun.
    Exactly!
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    soo wrong.. I can't go.


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    I'm hatin.
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    Candy? Or are you a big baller and can afford to pay $18 for a box of Twizzlers?
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    I will go but you have to pick me up. I'll be waiting outside. And I want:



    SQUUUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!! That photo - the site I got it from? Has a recipe to make homemade jujyfruits!!
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    OOOOOOOOOooooo and it also has a recipe for . . .


    How to Make Homemade Pop Rocks
    Commercial pop rocks are made with a different process than we will use here. Commercial pop rocks are made with corn syrup, sugar, lactose, flavoring and compressed CO2 gas (The pressure of the gas is at about 600 lbs. per square inch). Since most people don't have access to compressed CO2, our pop rocks will be made in a slightly different way.

    First, assemble your ingredients. Depending on elevation and humidity, the ratio of ingredients can vary a great deal, so feel free to experiment each time you make them!

    You will need approx.:

    2 cups sugar
    1 tsp. baking soda
    1/2 cup citric acid crystals (available at gourmet food stores or on the Internet)
    a small amount of powdered sugar or corn starch
    a small amount of corn syrup
    a small amount of water
    flavoring (such as vanilla or fruit extracts)


    Combine the sugar, baking soda, water and corn syrup in a pot over medium-high heat. Combine well, and then add the citric acid crystals.
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    Step 3

    Heat to approx. 300 degrees Fahrenheit, add the flavoring.
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    Step 4

    Remove mixture from pot to cool. You can let it cool on a plate or a sheet pan or a silicone baking sheet that has been dusted with corn starch or powdered sugar. Let it cool in small dollops, or in a thin sheet. Once cool, smash into small pieces.
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    Step 5

    When you put the candy in your mouth, the sugar dissolves, and the citric acid and baking soda combine, releasing CO2 and producing a fizzy sensation.
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    Doesn't matter to me! I bumped the thread a few times! I'm still going, just waiting to see if dinner or appetizers is a go or not! I'm picking up Karen around 4:30/5, so we can be there around 5:30ish probably...
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