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  1. cookingrookie

    Wow, that’s amazing, how much snow! We had 10 cm of snow here and then it melted the next day. That’s as much winter as you can get in Vancouver :-). Looks like you will have a gorgeous White Christmas. And a delicious turkey stuffing to celebrate :-). Happy Holidays to you, Sonia!

    December 22, 2012

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  2. mellissa@ibreatheimhungry

    Sorry about your snow day Sonia – sounds miserable to be trapped and without power and water! I have been there many times my friend! That’s why I live in South Carolina now! It got all the way down to 34 degrees this morning and I’m freezing! It will be in the 60′s by noon though which is great. Sorry to rub it in, I do miss snow, but not as much as you guys are getting! What a way to turn it around though – that stuffing looks amazing! I could eat a huge bowl of it by itself and call it a day! Also, your dog is super cute! Hoping you’ll see some sunshine soon! :)

    December 23, 2012

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  3. Erin @ Texanerin Baking

    DOGGIES! :D They’re beautiful! Aww, I want to come and play with them. Poor doggies. Or not. Don’t they like the snow? Or I guess maybe dogs like just a little snow? What you have definitely looks extreme. Yuck.

    I’m sorry about your terrible day! At least you had this stuffing. I’m not a fan of the stuff (shocking, I know) but if I did, I would certainly made this and impress people with my nice fancy stuffing. :)

    January 4, 2013

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