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  1. Thread: Where is jmarie??

    by Beth
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    I am gald to hear from you and know that you are...

    I am gald to hear from you and know that you are back home, doing betetr and learning more about yourself and your health care options. Those aren't always easy things. I felt something wasn't...
  2. Thread: Where is jmarie??

    by Beth
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    If something has happened, I hope her daughter...

    If something has happened, I hope her daughter will think to let us know.
  3. Thread: rancid walnuts?

    by Beth
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    Heat can cause oils to go rancid quickly, so if...

    Heat can cause oils to go rancid quickly, so if those bags of walnuts were exposed to heat in shipping (left in a hot truck) or storage, they could turn much quicker than the expiration date. I...
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    The shrimp aren't sitting on a bare pan -- they...

    The shrimp aren't sitting on a bare pan -- they are sitting on top of a bed of orzo and all that stuff has to heat up and the shrimp cook. We've had to put the pan back in the oven for a few...
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    This is one we pull up and make every so often...

    This is one we pull up and make every so often too. It is so good, and I've never used the bag either. We use a sautusse with the lid and it's perfect.
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    Never heard of it before -- always considered...

    Never heard of it before -- always considered them inedible until sprouted and producing fruit.
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    Just be careful and make sure the halves are...

    Just be careful and make sure the halves are lined up well before you try to pull it closed. What tends to tear zippers up is being just a little out of alignment and then pulled. If you are...
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    Thik about what you like to make that can either...

    Thik about what you like to make that can either be theme oriented or ordinary but just kicked up a notch.

    I've made individual flourless chocolate cake for gluten free folks at a group dinner,...
  9. The high school my sons attended is about 10 yrs...

    The high school my sons attended is about 10 yrs old now and when we toured it, they had classrooms with kitchens and sewing machines. The didn't, apparently, give the students tables to layout and...
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    The $40 sounds about right. I went thrift store...

    The $40 sounds about right. I went thrift store shopping for a trench coat for my son to wear as part of a costume. It was a lined coat but the zipper for the lining was broken. I got them to take...
  11. Congrats. Nice to hear and nice to be...

    Congrats. Nice to hear and nice to be appreciated.
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    I need to go through mine too. I'm out of room,...

    I need to go through mine too. I'm out of room, but I put shelves on the end of my island, have a small free standing books shelf at the end of one counter run and have shelves in my family room. ...
  13. I was using Cascade and then it seemed to get the...

    I was using Cascade and then it seemed to get the best cleaning formulas you had to use the pods and they semed to be too much detergent and left too much redsidual smell on my dishes. I started...
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    Can you take recipes in Mastercook or Word or PDF...

    Can you take recipes in Mastercook or Word or PDF and put them into Paprika?
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    Has anyone used WPS for word doc on the Fire...

    Has anyone used WPS for word doc on the Fire tablet? I gave my ipad to my son to use and bought the fire tablet. I would like to put all my recipes on a tablet, but that is thousands of files now...
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    Those look good too.

    Those look good too.
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    I see I am not alone in hoping it gets damp...

    I see I am not alone in hoping it gets damp before nightfall. I would welcome some rain, though that probably means fireworks will just be done later. I don't understand why our neighbors feel they...
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    Is it too late? This is one of my favorites and...

    Is it too late? This is one of my favorites and goo for this time of year.

    Starbucks Orange Oatmeal Scones

    Not too sweet. Perked up with flavor, color, rustic oatmeal and a tang of fresh...
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    For me, it's generally a quality tri-ply...

    For me, it's generally a quality tri-ply stainless, and I have 2 or 3 brands, with a non stick skillet for eggs. I don't see any reason to have nonstick everything, but I do have a couple of large...
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    For me, it's generally a quality tri-ply...

    For me, it's generally a quality tri-ply stainless, and I have 2 or 3 brands, with a non stick skillet for eggs. I don't see any reason to have nonstick everything, but I do have a couple of large...
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    We have made sandwiches with ours -- cold and...

    We have made sandwiches with ours -- cold and paninni. Thought about doing a stir-fry. My mom would make what she called a meat mess -- one variations was kind of a stroganoff with mushrooms and...
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    I wonder if the program has been corrupted. Do...

    I wonder if the program has been corrupted. Do you have a backup of all your recipes? I would copy the cookbooks to a flash or hard drive if you don't -- just for saekeeping while you see what you...
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    We have evolved into simpler fare. We do...

    We have evolved into simpler fare. We do Christmas lasagna by tradition now and Honeybaked ham is about to become Christmas Eve tradition. The boys are both musicians and may sing or play in...
  24. Thread: Pumpkin Recipes!

    by Beth
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    Peachesandcream, if you ever check back, I just...

    Peachesandcream, if you ever check back, I just saw this (searching for something else). I did buy pumpkin, cook it and dice it. If you buy a small pie pumpkin, its not hard. You cut it in half,...
  25. I paid the extra $5 to get my last order when the...

    I paid the extra $5 to get my last order when the one before took so long. The free shipping seems to sit around waiting to be shipped for a week or so and then finally makes it to snail mail. I...
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    I like the idea that it's a small scale recipe.

    I like the idea that it's a small scale recipe.
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    Cookieee -- wish I'd had that recipe when I had...

    Cookieee -- wish I'd had that recipe when I had my last bag of key limes. I will try to remember them for the next time. Charley, those both look good. I''m not big on salted cookies, but you can...
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    Glad there is still a handdful or two around. ...

    Glad there is still a handdful or two around.

    Merry CHristmas and Happy Holidays

    (did I offend everyone equally?) ;)
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    Olive oil will solidify in the fridge, so I think...

    Olive oil will solidify in the fridge, so I think you have your answer. If it separates at all, it will solidify on top. I've had it happen with salads that had olive oil in the dressing as well as...
  30. Thread: Hey Beth,

    by Beth
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    Thank you, Cookieee. It has been a pretty good...

    Thank you, Cookieee. It has been a pretty good day -- and in some unusual ways. The past week has been draining, but things seem to be righting themselves overall. Went out for beignets with the...
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