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Old 02-22-2010, 06:01 AM   #21
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Sure looks good! How do you do your fried chicken? Is it your own recipe or another?
thnak you vb!! my own recipe of flour, herbs,spices and a few other things.

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This was our pork roast dinner.


your dinner looks yummy!!
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Old 02-22-2010, 06:04 AM   #22
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The pork roast and yukon gold potatoes were done in the crock-pot.

The last pie I made was a blueberry pie.... that was ages ago.


Now, if I made a pie, I would have to eat it myself or not use sugar. My SO was diagnosed with Diabetes not too long after.
what about using slenda?
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Old 02-22-2010, 06:28 AM   #23
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The pork roast and yukon gold potatoes were done in the crock-pot.

The last pie I made was a blueberry pie.... that was ages ago.


Now, if I made a pie, I would have to eat it myself or not use sugar. My SO was diagnosed with Diabetes not too long after.
what about using splenda for sweet?
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Old 02-22-2010, 07:38 AM   #24
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good question VB

I have had a couple of surprises so far this morning....the first was I was not mentally prepared to greet the package of beef I opened...it was a pound and a half of something labeled "beef slices for jerky" from the outside it looked like bite sized pieces of beef....wrong.....it was 6 sheets of pure beef, good enough to make a person want to eat raw beef.. I went ahead and put it in my favorite marinade and will probably make a stir fry..

the second surprise was a milk/cheese experiment. I thought I was making a fresh chevre, with a recently cultured "buttermilk" product. I used a dry culture packet that said it could be used to make buttermilk, but was promimently labeled "fromage". well, it was not buttermilklike in the least....looks like I made a large pot of fromage......back to the kitchen....
That beef sure sounds like it was top-quality. Is that what you intended on doing with it... jerky?

Doesn't sound like your cheese was a bad surprise, but then I don't know what goes into making cheese.
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Old 02-22-2010, 04:25 PM   #25
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Sunday was a birthday party

Potatoes with Sausage and Peppers made a double batch in a deep dish enameled cast iron Lazagna pan. Forgot to get a shot out of the oven so took a pic as everyone was eating. Real comfort food.
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