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May 14, 2016
Jan 23, 2009
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SE Michigan, USA
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May 14, 2016
    1. Jendra
      For the Oreo Balls:
      Take 1 package of Oreo cookies, put them into a bowl & break them into pieces, then blend with a mixer. Then, toss in 1 -8 oz. package of cream cheese & mix till smooth(ish). I put the whole thing in fridge to get better rolling consistency for about 30 min. Then, have a pan w/waxed paper ready & scoop out enough to make balls the size you wish & roll balls in palms of your hands. After they are all rolled, take any kind of melting chocolate (I used chocolate almond bark) & melt in a double boiler (I just used one pan inside another with a bit of water in bottom pan). Melt at VERY LOW HEAT, VERY SLOWLY or you will burn chocolate, stirring constantly. When all melted & smooth, turn off heat. Dip each ball into chocolate & place back onto waxed paper. Place in fridge to set up, then place in whatever container you want to use & freeze. Serve frozen. Yummy! Good luck!
    2. Jendra
      It was great to meet you this weekend at the Meet & Greet. I posted some pictures on my facebook page.
    3. Erin.
      Welcome to Drive 2 Dive! Hope to see you out diving.
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    SE Michigan, USA
    Registered Nurse
    Certification Agencies:
    Dive History:
    Roatan, Grand Cayman, Cozumel, Great Lakes wreck dives in Lakes Huron and Superior and in the Straits of Mackinac, Yucatan cenotes, local quarry dives.
    Certification Level:
    # of Logged Dives:
    100 - 199
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Years Certified:
    Four Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Dive Rite BP/W with a transpac harness, Zeagle reg's, DIN valves, Pinnacle drysuit ScubaPro jet fins
    Rebreather Experience:
    Lover of all things aquatic. I may have been a Bar Jack in a previous life.


    I was born in the sign of water
    And it's there that I feel my best.
    The albatross and the whales they are my brothers.