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Daily question 1003

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What’s your favorite ice?

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The winners
See who won our 1002nd daily question below.

  1. MyKinKStar – Playing in the snow drifts when I was little, with my cousins, on the little hills behind my house. We’d make caves and crawl inside, then come home to get warm enough to head back out again. I remember one time we were walking back home, cold and tired, when I stepped into a groundhog hole hidden by the snow. When I pulled my foot out I’d lost my boot inside! I was scared ‘someone’ was holding on to it down there, so my cousin reached down and got it for me. We laughed so hard running home I peed my pants . . . Good Times!
  2. Karen P – When I was a Kid, we would get up in the morning just to listen to the radio in the kitchen to hear if school would be called off because of snow. Mom was a teacher so when it was closed, is was extra special cuz we could play in the snow AND have hot chocolate and rice krispie treats when we came in. Poor Dad still had to go to work.
  3. Princess Efe Minty – yessssss Austria 2012, i and my children went for a spiritual retreat…it was the best time of my life ……..the mountains the snow…we had so much fun my children climbed up in the mountains felt like CAPTAIN VAN TRAP FAMILY…… we built snow man picked strawberries, this is a place to go to…i love it.
  4. Crizzy – I remember how heavily it was snowing the night my Dad came home from the Hospital looking like an animated snowman to tell us that our new baby brother had been born. The snow continued and became too deep for us to walk to visit the maternity Ward, – we would just have to wait the few days until he & Mum could come home for Christmas. However, the poor little mite became very ill with double pneumonia and spent his first White Christmas in an oxygen tent. When he recovered and was eventually allowed home we all treated him like a fragile doll and rushed to comfort his cries. Happily, he grew to be the tallest member of the whole family with a career as a firefighter.
  5. Angielou123 - It was the year my brother and I had got new bikes for christmas. It must have snowed in the week before as it was not actually snowing but I remember there being snow about. It was christmas morning and we could not get dressed fast enough to go outside on our new bikes! The feeling of riding my brand new bike, on xmas day, with snow all around has been a hard one to beat. I wonder if my brother remembers it like I do?
  6. GarageRock – National Lampoons Christmas Vacation! It’s just not Christmas until we visit with the Griswolds :)
  7. rose morgan – The first snowfall I remember when I was a young girl and the photo of me and my dad standing in it, I will always cherish.
  8. Roderica Smith – When we were little my mom used to gather snow from the front yard and make the best homemade vanilla ice cream. I don’t remember the ingredients exactly, but snow from outside was the main ingredient!
  9. Angela Aiesi – When my grandparents moved to an area with snow that was our first time experiencing it. The first thing my brother & I did was to make snow angels. We thought it was the best thing ever.
  10. Carlene Hanlon – I reside in Florida since 1989.The first year I was here there was a first White Christmas in northeastern Florida’s history and the snowfall occurred on December 23,1989.
  11. Tabatha Howay – The Ice Storm last year (2013) 2 days before Christmas. I was up late that night playing video games with a friend. We started hearing the cracking & popping outside. After a quick look we both decided to go for a short drive around to see what was happening. Trees were losing limbs and everything looked like we were in a land full of crystals!
  12. Will - Growing up we would get the whole neighborhood together to go sledding. We had a bonfire, a table set up with food and hot cocoa and a 4-wheeler to pull us back up the hill we were sledding on!
  13. Denise S. – The Halloween snow storm of 1991 in Minnesota. We got 3 feet of heavy, wet snow, but we went out trick or treating anyway.
  14. Rogue Agent – The Snowman (1982) – an animated short film that always reduces me to tears.
  15. Sheila W. – Cant remember the year, but in the 1960’s there was a big snow. Dad couldnt get to work and no one could get into town. We had a coal furnance. That’s how we tried to warm our food and keep warm. The trucks finally got through Dad took off into town with our wagon(kids red wagon). He walknto town and got the essentials for the families in our area. It was scary and exciting at the same time. He made it back ok.A neighbor had gotten t heir tractor out and met him on the way back. We were so glad to see him home and safe.
  16. Jennifer P. - When I lived in Massachusetts it snowed a billion inches on my birthday (in early April) and my roommates and I had to shovel our way to the store to get some essentials. I don’t remember what year that was but it was when I was younger and thought those things were fun!
  17. Timothy Mccollum - Following my uncle home after work he lost power we all slept end over and had a blast. We sang by his wood stove and ate hotdogs on a stick.
  18. Skipster – Sledding down a hill with good friends back in the day!
  19. Ken Grant - Relatives in Massachusetts were snowed in. They called twice to get the rules for a card game that my family had taught them. It was a fairly simple game. Clearly they were climbing the walls. Cabin fever can drive anyone crazy.
  20. Randy Piana – winter of ’67 blizzard in the Chicago area, had to dig a tunnel out of the front door because of the snowdrifts. by the time we were done my brothers and I had tunnels all over the front yard! 27 inches in 20 hours

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Daily question 1002

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The winners
See who won our 1001st daily question below.

  1. maribel – Raspberry cream cheese filled dumpling. Brush with a little butter & sprinkle some raw sugar cane crystals. Enjoy with coffee or tea.
  2. JaneS3 – Pasties. They are British baked pastries known to be from Cornwall. They are large dough pockets stuffed with chopped beef, potatoes, carrots or parsnips, peas and salt and pepper, and then they are baked until golden brown. The UK version of a dumpling, and they are delicious!
  3. Rebecca - My favorite dumpling would be the apple dumpling, it reminds me of an apple pie just in little bite size pieces :).
  4. karen – My favorite dumplings are vegetable & chicken dumplings that my mom always bought from a Korean grocery store…they’re the best!
  5. Tabatha Howay – Home-made Chicken & Dumplings that my room-mate, Sierra makes are my favorite dumpling!
  6. Marlayna Caffrey Hogeweide - Apple Dumpling the friend of Strawberry Shortcake. She was one of my favorite toys when I was young. I even cut off all her hair.
  7. MyKinKStar – My favorite dumpling(s) were the ones Grannie Lehman used to make many years ago, within a big-o pot of whole chickens – bones and all, cooked until the meat was falling off!
  8. nicki -My favorite dumplings are actually the ones I make! my mother and grandmother both had a recipe that ive tweaked and made my own.My 4 children and husband love them!
  9. Leah Capets Krupar - There is a super delicious recipe that my mom makes everything Thanksgiving. It’s a mushroom casserole that is made with dumplings and a gruyere cheese sauce. Mmmm it’s like nothing else in this world! Super tasty and by far my favorite dumpling.
  10. Mckenna burrows – Probably my grandma’s famous polish chicken dumplings, made from scratch, and seasoned with her secret spice mix!
  11. Randy Piana – Gnocchi, dumplings italian style.
  12. Timothy Mccollum – I like blueberry dumpling my grandmother used to make them for Christmas so good melts in your mouth great with coffee.
  13. kathy – My favorite dumpling has to be a potato and cheddar pierogie dumpling! It’s great fried, boiled and served with sauteed onions and sour cream!!!
  14. Matt Dailey – Columbian Empanadas, Meat and potatoes inside served with pico de gallo YUM !!!!!
  15. Liz B. –  am embarrassed to admit, I have never had a dumpling…I have had a “Jamaican Meat Pie”…which is closed in dough with spicy beef in it…does that count???? :)
  16. Princess Efe Minty – Fat little Chinese stuffed dumplings, filled with a savory beef and shrimp filling, are browned in a skillet, then steamed until hot and tender….Yummy
  17. edeliz – Argentinian Empanadas, with a delicious meat filling, oh yum!
  18. Angielou123 – When I was little, every winter my mum used to make these stews in a massive saucepan. We all used to sit round peeling the veg. She’d make dumplings to go in. Just plain old suet, flour and water but they were delicious! Sometimes less is more if you get what I mean.
  19. Rosanne A – My mom always made dumplings using wild rabbit that my brothers used to hunt. Haven’t had them since I was a teenager growing up!!!
  20. JennyDee57 – My grandma made the BEST chicken and dumplings. They were strips of dough, not balls like you mostly see today. And sooooo goood.

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Daily question 1001

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What’s your favorite dumpling?

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Daily question 1000 winners

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The winners
See who won our 1000th daily question below.

  1. Matt Dailey – My WIFE,, she lost her mom and dad at a young age and was force to take care of herself, she has been relocated over and over and still managed to get a great education and excellent job, she cannot have kids but is a wonderful mother to my kids. Life dealt her a bad hand but she kept her head high and is a beautiful person inside and out.
  2. TedtheRabbi – My elder sister, Sue, who unintentionally rose to ‘Women’s Lib’ fame in the 60’s by becoming a campus cop at a community college. A local newspaper commended her for breaking through our sexist culture of professional careers for men, and at only 5’4″ tall taking on a man’s job. Many in our society resisted change and were outspoken against the liberation of women from housewife duties. Some harassed and oppressed my sister by referring to her as a meter-maid and/or by taunting her with a sexist desire to be arrested and handcuffed by the little girl in a policeman’s uniform. Sue got the last laugh, though, when she retired with a nice pension after 50 years service on the security force.
  3. Julie Dascoli-Yanop – Lady liberty!
  4. Claudia R – Mother Teresa showed us that One person can make a difference in this great big wide world……..Therefore she is My Choice for favorite independent lady…..
  5. Erin Estilette – My Mom! She is always fashionable and never a hair out of place, yet she can chop firewood and handle a firearm better than anyone I know. She can do anything!
  6. Mckenna burrows – To bad I can’t say my self haha. I would actually have to say Joan of Arc, since she was one of the first female warriors ever to have a major effect on the world, fighting against men and kicking thier butts!
  7. Toya Jones – That would be me! If I can get it myself, get there myself, or do it myself…..then I will get the job done. MYSELF!!
  8. Angela Aiesi – Besides my Mom, who is awesome, that would be my best friend. She is the strongest most independent woman. Even after the death of her husband & 4 year old daughter, she held it all together. Raising their 2 week old baby on her own.
  9. dottie p – My friend Mandy, she’s been going blind for the last 3 years, and she is doing well all on her own. the only thing i do is drive her places, she has figured out money, cleaning, cooking , and everything else. she’s amazing.
  10. Daniela Suarez – My grandma. When she was 15 years old, she came to the US all by herself to make a better life for her family. She worked in a factory for most of her life, working long and physically demanding hours. Before coming to the US, she worked herself to the bone in a small village in Puerto Rico. She didn’t have much. When she would walk miles to the well to draw water, or to the stream to wash clothes, it was with bare feet. My grandma didn’t have many toys of her own. She had many brothers and sisters she had to share her toys with. Fast-forwarding to her time in the US, my grandma eventually became a nurse for many years before she retired. She carried herself with a sharp wit, sarcastic tongue, and her usual grit. Watching my grandma care for my grandpa when he had a stroke and was bedridden was the epitome of her strength and independence for me. My grandpa’s passing shook the entire family, but my grandma was still so strong despite the tragedy. If it weren’t for my grandma, the women in my family wouldn’t be as strong-willed and independent as they are today.
  11. Rosanne A – My mother-in-law….she lived by herself for 27 years after my father-in-law passed. She drove all of her friends wherever they needed to go. She had season tickets to the Philadelphia Eagles games for over 40 years and attended them until she was 92. She was always positive and people loved her. She just passed in October and is sadly missed.
  12. Silvia – My twin sister, Sara. I miss her very much because she lives in the East Coast…needless to say I am a West sider. She joined the military right out of high school and she’s been on her own so to speak ever since. Eighteen years later, she now works as a Detective. I am so proud of her and proud to say she is my sister.
  13. michele – Oprah Winfrey. She’s a actress philanthropist. She’s just about the most independent woman I have seen in my time. She also gives so much back to the world.
  14. Chelsea – harriet Tubman! She risked her life multiple times to guide slaves to freedom. Now that is remarkable nd selfless!
  15. Glen – I would like to say my daughter Glenda: but I have to say ROSA PARKS for taking the bus!!
  16. MotorCityQT – Gloria Steinem. American feminist, journalist, and social and political activist who became nationally recognized as a leader of, and spokeswoman for, the feminist movement in the ’70’s.
  17. karen – My mom, who came to the US when she was only 19 years old, and she left everything she knew to come here. I admire her for her bravery and success
  18. Allison Roach Smith – The women who serve in uniform and to those who have loved ones who serve. It takes so much courage and strength with all that is going on in the world. To the women in uniform and the spouses of those in uniform who sacrifice so much!
  19. JaneS3 – First Lady of the World, Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962). She was fiercely independent and changed the role of the First Lady forever with her radio show and broadcasts to discuss women’s issues. She was ahead of her time with Civil Right’s policies to assist the poor, minorities and women.
  20. Jen D. – My Nana. She is going to be 90 years old in March. She still helps my sister take care of her kids, lives on her own and has a heart of gold. She raised me when I was a child. I wouldn’t have such an amazing life if it wasn’t for her. I hope I can be half the women she is.

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