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Re: Pineapple Crisp - luvnit - 03-05-2009

The Pineapple crisp was wonderful!

But alas there were no Pineapple Martinis... He forgot. But we did have a plain old regular martini.

Which reminds me of a t-shirt my mom used to wear. It said:

One Martini, Two Martini, Three Martini, person!

Re: Pineapple Crisp - cjs - 03-05-2009

"One Martini, Two Martini, Three Martini, person!"


(guess it beats ending up under the table...well...)

Re: Pineapple Crisp - luvnit - 03-05-2009

I know Jean, everything I think of it I still crack up!

I was hoping others would think it was funny too.

Re: Pineapple Crisp - BarbaraS - 03-05-2009

Okay, so I found "Minute Tapioca" by that "K" company today while picking up a salad for lunch. Will that work?


Re: Pineapple Crisp - Gourmet_Mom - 03-05-2009

LOL! Laura yours is hilarious! While not as funny, we have one at our house; "One martini, two martini, three martini, floor."

Re: Pineapple Crisp - cjs - 03-05-2009

sure, Barbara, go for it!

Re: Pineapple Crisp - Old Bay - 03-05-2009

I will remind you of an earlier post--Quote Dorothy Parker--
"I love a martini
Two at the most
Three I'm under the table
Four, I'm under the host"

Re: Pineapple Crisp - Mare749 - 03-05-2009

Laura, that's hilarious. Your mom sounds like a blast.

Okay, so I got the pineapple and tapioca today to make the crisp, but won't be making it until Saturday because I'll need to give away a good part of it, but it sure does sound good. I'm thinking my dad is going to be real surprised with this one, as he always loved my mom's pineapple bars.

Re: Pineapple Crisp - BarbaraS - 03-05-2009


I'm so excited!! I haven't had fresh pineapple in ages! My folks used to own a home in the Dominican Republic and when we would visit over the holidays, we'd eat pineapple and mango so much, for the first few days of vacation, our mouths would be sore.

Then we'd load up with pineapple and avacados (grown in the yard) and limes to bring back home. Oh yeah, and fresh pork bacon!


Re: Pineapple Crisp - Harborwitch - 03-06-2009

All I have to say is that whoever posted this recipe is an "evil evil evil person". Bob wanted to know why I bothered to put it in a fancy little bowl - shoulda just put the baking dish on the table between us with a couple of garden trowels!
That was so amazingly freakingly good!!! Jean I love you!