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MissKLH

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  1. Buckfever,I am wondering the same thing... Could someone who is familiar with Paulding County's infrastructure respond to this question? Specifically, I am wondering, is it possible that a significant power outage could cause Dallas residents to lose their water supply, too?
  2. To the Paulding Co. bus drivers, bus dispatchers, and all of the support personnel who went out into the field... THANK YOU! You all performed well above and beyond expectations!
  3. You can listen to the Paulding County Georgia's: Sheriff Dept., Fire Dept. Jail, Dallas City, Hiram City, Ambulances, Paulding County DOT, as they are handling this Winter Weather Emergency. This radio feed is available 24/7, but it is especially helpful for events like this! Go to: http://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/92/?rl=rr
  4. I am truly surprised by the number of 10-44s I hear come across these radio waves on a daily basis... it makes me keenly aware of the truth in the old adage, "But for the Grace of God, go I".
  5. Cool, keep us posted on what you are learning from the book! It sounds like an interesting read!
  6. No, none of these tragedies would have been avoided, even if the guns used in the crimes had been illegal for the killers to possess, they would have found other means of mass murder to quench their thirst for blood and fame!
  7. There are a lot of recipes for "Candied Bacon" or "Pig Candy" which are completly delicious, but this recipe for "Praline Bacon"just happens to be the recipe I prefer. The only difference is that I add 1 1/2 tsp of cayenne pepper in with my brown sugar and pecans. I suggest you google recipes for both of these terms and see which one you would prefer. Praline Bacon Recipe courtesy Alton Brown, 2010 Prep Time: 12 minInactive Prep Time: 10 minCook Time: 45 minLevel: EasyServes: 4 to 6 servings Ingredients 1 pound thick cut bacon 2 1/2 ounces light brown sugar, about 6 tablespoons 1 1/2 ounces pecan halves Directions Heat the oven to 400 degrees F. Line a half sheet pan with aluminum foil. Arrange the bacon in a single layer on a cooling rack, and set it in the prepared sheet pan. Bake until the bacon browns and the fat is rendered and bubbly. About 30 to 35 minutes. Meanwhile, combine the brown sugar and pecans in a small food processor. Pulse about 15 times or until the pecans are finely chopped. Remove the bacon from the oven, sprinkle with the brown sugar mixture, and pat down to adhere. Return to the oven a bake until the bacon is crisp, about 10 minutes. Cool on the rack for 10 minutes before serving. Copyright 2012 Television Food Network G.P. All Rights Reserved Best Christmas wishes to you and your love ones, MissKLH
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