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    I second LeaHamm - make pickles - sometimes I do...

    I second LeaHamm - make pickles - sometimes I do a dill version similar to cukes, other times I make a bred and butter type. I add a cherry leaf to either type to help keep them crisp. I tried...
  2. I made a slaw with collard greens from the garden...

    I made a slaw with collard greens from the garden the other night that was really good - shredded collards, mayo/greek yoghurt, titch of mustard, rice vinegar, black pepper, finely chopped green...
  3. Thread: Flavored Vinegars

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    Nasturtium vinegar is also fun and has a bit of a...

    Nasturtium vinegar is also fun and has a bit of a peppery flavor. I read somewhere that the vinegar should be at least ??% acidic and the rice vinegar we have here isn't acidic enough.
  4. Thread: Granola Question

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    I don't use salt at all in my granola and far...

    I don't use salt at all in my granola and far less sugar/honey or oil than called for in most recipes. I think it is just something I've become accustomed to. I sometimes add a bit of dried citrus...
  5. This looks great Joanie. I've got a bit of...

    This looks great Joanie. I've got a bit of harissa olive oil left so will roast the veges with that and try the Moroccan style on a hearty whole grain bread.
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    These look wonderful Phoebe. I can't wait until...

    These look wonderful Phoebe. I can't wait until my garden starts growing so I am going to look for some good zuchinni or greens are the local stores. Do you think the quick-fried fresh spinach...
  7. Thread: Pastitsio

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    Thanks for posting the recipe cookieee. I have...

    Thanks for posting the recipe cookieee. I have been using an ancient EW recipe and seem to have lost it. Great to have a new option. It looks similar to the one I had but, being an EW recipe, had...
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    On weekends I often make a yeast bread dough and...

    On weekends I often make a yeast bread dough and work it through the initial kneed process in my breadmachine. I take a portion of the dough for the next meal and freeze the rest intact or in balls...
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    Sorry to hijack your post Ellen - I agree that...

    Sorry to hijack your post Ellen - I agree that the child's behavior was unacceptable and probably learned from parent/s.
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    I had thought that perhaps the term paqan was a...

    I had thought that perhaps the term paqan was a 'we are better than you' type term - from the middle ages. I'll ask my sil who is Budhist what her thoughts are on the term. At the risk of being...
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    I'm only commenting on the term pagan. I have...

    I'm only commenting on the term pagan. I have used the term pagan - I think perhaps I should switch to the term non-Christian? Or is there a better term to use to refer to people of different...
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    I'm not sure how big of a container you would...

    I'm not sure how big of a container you would need. Would a small kitchen style garbage can with either a tight fitting lid or the step on thing to open the lid work? We have one for the 'in the...
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    I forgot to make the cheesecakes. I've been...

    I forgot to make the cheesecakes. I've been known to forget a lot of things but never dessert. Fortunately one of our guests brought a large cheesecake type of dessert.
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    Interesting, I've never seen this recipe with...

    Interesting, I've never seen this recipe with potatoes included. I have to wait for summer to get good tomatoes again.
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    I think need for an airtight container would...

    I think need for an airtight container would depend on why are you putting the dry cat food in a container?
    1 - keep cats out
    2 - keep the dry food fresh
    3 - keep other critters out - dogs bugs...
  16. I start a lot of seeds inside - usually with the...

    I start a lot of seeds inside - usually with the regular flourscent grow light tubes but am experimenting with the red and blue led panels (which I strongly suspect may have been developed for pot...
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    We walk together a lot - I also have spine issues...

    We walk together a lot - I also have spine issues and this activity is very good for my particular problems. We often watch a movie Friday night - sometimes sitting close and others with me sitting...
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    I'm probably getting them mixed up with something...

    I'm probably getting them mixed up with something else traditionally made on or before Easter. I'll check my recipes this weekend.
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    Nothing new but we usually stock up on organic...

    Nothing new but we usually stock up on organic dairy products and eggs which are about half the price (or less) of those items sold in our regular grocery stores. The organic fruit is also a regular...
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    Thanks for the ideas. I'm starting to feel more...

    Thanks for the ideas. I'm starting to feel more inspired now, I guess I was a bit burned out yesterday. Adding orange sounds wonderful and cinnamon is a year around spice. I thought hot cross buns...
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    My daughter speaks both and throws random phrases...

    My daughter speaks both and throws random phrases at me. I'm trying to learn Spanish now and the random phrases do not help. Thanks for the words pate choux. I have trouble spelling words in...
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    You would be very welcome but do check airfare -...

    You would be very welcome but do check airfare - you can fly to and from Europe cheaper than Seattle to Alaska. Now if I could only figure out how many other folks are going to show up.
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    Easter brunch at church

    We are having an Easter brunch at church and I'm at a loss of what to bring. The last few years people have been bringing baked goods or finger foods. I did the regular Sunday brunch for about 100...
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    We are 'grilling' beer can hooter (blue grouse),...

    We are 'grilling' beer can hooter (blue grouse), roasting balsamic browned butter roasted asparagus or sweet Thai chile garlic sauce roasted broccoli, wild and brown rice 'dressing', salad of some...
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    This is an old CL recipe that has been in my to...

    This is an old CL recipe that has been in my to try file for eons.

    Spicy-Sweet Turnips "Cooking Light-J/F-03"

    1 tablespoon brown sugar
    2 teaspoons butter, melted
    1/4 teaspoon salt
    1/4...
  26. Thread: DYI Recipe

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    Thanks for the recipes. We have a bit of corned...

    Thanks for the recipes. We have a bit of corned deer left from St. Paddy's Day and I might try this - if there is any left after I get home in a couple days.

    I'm curious - is there any common...
  27. Thread: Pierogi!

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    I've seen ravioli recipes calling for wonton...

    I've seen ravioli recipes calling for wonton wrappers. Maybe these would work for pierogis since you like the fillings but not the work involved in the pasta process? They wouldn't be traditional...
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    Thanks Canice. I used the cider vinegar and it...

    Thanks Canice. I used the cider vinegar and it worked well. The corned venison came out great. It was an interesting meal since usually I'm the only one who really digs into the cabbage while...
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    Thanks Laura.

    Thanks Laura.
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    malt vinegar substitute

    Hi folks. I can't find malt vinegar locally and my corned venison recipe calls for it. There was a thread with this question in 2002 but it didn't have very definitive answers. Various sources on...
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