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  1. Mangoes will be back in season here at Christmas. We often buy a tray of them as a school fundraiser and then gorge ourselves on them. Now I know what to do with them if I tire of eating…!

    • Crunchy Betty

      Wait ’til tomorrow. There will be recipes from all sortsa places. Never again will you have extra mango (except for the stuff you put on your face).

  2. Jan

    I just want to thank you for putting that whole 8 year old breastfeeding visual in my head.
    Not.
    ewwww.

    • Crunchy Betty

      Seriously. You should watch the documentary. The dad even waits in line, hoping there’s some left for him at the end.

      Gross. Sorry. I don’t really have a TMI filter.

  3. I have all of those ingredients in my fridge, so I will give the mask a try tonight! Thanks for sharing! I found your blog through Twitter (31DBBB) and am liking it a lot! I look forward to reading more from you!

    -Jessica a.k.a Nya’s mom

    • Crunchy Betty

      Yay! That 31DBBB is pretty awesome, yeah? Especially if I could actually keep up with it. I fell behind over the weekend, and now I can’t quite catch up.

      I’ll pay you $5 to do my homework for me. Heh.

      Thanks for reading! Can’t wait to get to know you more!

  4. Mangoes or Melons this was still a great post and I’m glad you have a recipe for mangoes because whenever I try and peel one it turns to mush anyway so I might as well put it on my face.

    • Crunchy Betty

      I had the same dang issue when I was peeling that mango, until I discovered scoring it and just peeling the peel directly off. However, when you go to actually cut the flesh from the pit, all bets are off. This is why you see no pictures (in focus) of cut mango. My camera refused to focus on the mush.

      I also had this really weird moment where I thought I was actually using a papaya. Now THAT would have been embarrassing.

  5. ooooh… you just had to go there, didn’t you?! Must think of something else quickly! Got to purge that image from the old brain pan. The Mango Mud Mask sounds really fantastic! I think I’ll just concentrate on that! Ahhh, much better!

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