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Wednesday, July 13, 2005

lo-ovin' youu

I'm so f'ing tired today. Last night was happy hour that was, well...happy. I had a few drinks. Then, I had to go to the grocery store and the get the ingredients for my staff meeting yumminess.

Desite my drunkeness, I managed to crank out a mean little fruit salad.


CREAMSICLE FRUIT SALAD

1 can pineapple tidbits
1 can peach slices
1/2 C maraschino cherries
1 can mandarin oranges
2 bananas, sliced
3/4 C sour cream
1 pkg. vanilla instant pudding
1 C milk
1/3 C frozen orange juice concentrate, thawed

optional: apricots,grapes, any other fruit you can think of

Drain canned fruit in colander, except reserve some of pineapple juice in a bowl and slice bananas into it, then dump the bananas into the colander. Cut the peaches & apricots into chunks, and cherries & grapes in half. Combine milk, instant pudding, & orange juice concentrate, stir till smooth. Add sour cream. Mix well. Pour the fruit into sauce, coat well. Cover and refrigerate for at least 2 hrs. Better overnight.

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