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Old 09-23-2013, 09:20 PM   #31
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...For once I was thinking ahead. Cooked sausage and burger mix yesterday. Saved the drippings. Cooked a little more sausage and burger and onion today. Made sausage gravy from the drippings. Mixed in a few leftover spoonfuls from the sandwich mix from Sunday, added some cooked carrots, cauliflower and cut up green beans. Herbed up with a little marjoram and garden sage, Mix and Pour into a shallow casserole dish. A 9 X 9 size pan worked this time Top with some hand mashed potatoes and grated cheese. Bake. Voila’ . Cottage pie. My way.
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Increase font size please. The italics are tough enough
Some of us are getting old
...and some of us are already old. I find myself skipping the tiny font posts.
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Old 09-23-2013, 09:27 PM   #32
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...and some of us are already old. I find myself skipping the tiny font posts.
Hah! Remember Maidrite and those large red font posts? Sometimes only a word and a half per line?
But you could read them
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Old 09-23-2013, 09:42 PM   #33
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Come on now... I didn't say I couldn't read it, but when you are reading post after post and all of a sudden someone uses smaller font and it's in italics... well... it sucks



I did some Googling after trying to upload that pic a few times. I increased my "enhanced" security settings.
The question is though, why is that necessary here?
Hopefully it works for a while anyway
Oh well, if you are going to get all technical on me!

*adjusts recently required reading glasses up nose*
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Old 09-23-2013, 09:49 PM   #34
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pacanis, you can adjust the font size on your own computer. And its not italics, its just a different font. You're just NOW having trouble with it? I've been using it for 11 years.
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Old 09-24-2013, 01:07 AM   #35
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...and some of us are already old. I find myself skipping the tiny font posts.

Hmm, Andy. My post came out in a smaller font? If so, I apologize. DC has been kicking me off Repeatedly mid sentence lately. So I have taken to writing whatever in Word, then c/p it into DC, The fonts to me, show as the same.

Really, I thought you would say someting about cauliflower and I was going to reply just put beans in your ears and don't read that part.
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Old 09-24-2013, 02:07 AM   #36
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Test.

OOoo pac, if that's your answer sheet you definitely pass!


I short-cutted supper and used a bag of chicken-pasta-veggies in garlic sauce, then plumped it up with extra chicken, broccoli, and a splash of white wine. And salad. Quick and easy-peasy.
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We had three kinds of sausage on the grill: a Greek one, a chorizo, and a hot Italian. They were "artisan" sausages from our trip to Cornwall, ON. They were good, but disappointing for artisan sausages. I have made better Italian sausage. We also had corn on the cob (also from Cornwall) and tiny potatoes.
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That, as usual, looks yummy, but what a lot of food! Is that chicken under the white stuff?
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Old 09-24-2013, 08:29 AM   #39
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I think it was baby reds under sour cream.
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Old 09-24-2013, 08:49 AM   #40
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I think it was baby reds under sour cream.
Yep. Sour cream on smashed redskins.

And I've got a little piece of steak left I plan on having this morning on some garlic toast with scrambled eggs. I don't always finish the food on my plate, but I hate going back for seconds, so I pile it on
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