Tang in the dishwasher?

In my organization pursuit I found a few good tips on the internet.

There is one telling me that I can run Tang through an empty dishwasher cycle to clean it.

everyday simplicity – Tang tip

The blog has a lot of neat tips. It also tells me how to plant my avacodo seeds.

I can not understand why Tang is so popular. I don’t like it at all.

I have been in a silly mood of late.

I can’t stand Andy Baldwin. He proposed to Tessa tonight on that silly show I watched. He throws the word “love” around like it grows on trees.

I hope that is some useful info for all out there.


6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Carolyn T
    May 22, 2007 @ 19:49:02

    I had to LOL. Two comments: (1) the only thing I use Tang in is a sangria recipe that came to me in the 1970’s. Amazing the product has stuck around all this long; and (2) my friend was telling us at the lunch table about that “silly show” today, and she was not pleased with the fact that the guy had told both finalists that he loved them. I stopped watching the program after the 2nd or 3rd one because it was just too over the top. Too fake. Gratuitous. I guess I’d rather read food blogs that watch that drivel. 🙂


  2. Rebecca
    May 23, 2007 @ 11:56:43

    Hi! Glad to hear that you found my blog helpful! And, I totally agree with you — while I like Tang for the dishwasher, I would never drink the darn stuff. Eww.


  3. cooknkate
    May 23, 2007 @ 12:17:31

    Ewww is right. We had Tang as kids and it was awful even then when I was a wee one with no palate.

    I have heard about the dishwasher trick but it won’t make my buy any Tang.


  4. Kristen
    May 25, 2007 @ 21:57:57

    It has been years since I’ve had Tang. I didn’t even know it was still made!


  5. Jeff
    May 30, 2007 @ 09:47:23

    Tang…blah! Also, not a big fan of yoohoo..chocolate milk yay! Chocolate water NAY! lol


  6. Culinary Cowgirl
    May 31, 2007 @ 15:53:28

    Tang in the dishwasher? I’ve never heard of that! Hmmm…if it does that to a dishwasher, what does it do to your insides? (I’m almost afraid to admit that Tang is one of my guilty pleasures…a leftover from childhood!)


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