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Old 09-04-2014, 06:46 PM   #41
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It's a big potato pancake, with cheese
Yeah! It still sounds yummy. "You say potato, I say pizza" Hmmm... it doesn't rhyme, but it still sounds delicious.
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Old 09-05-2014, 04:38 AM   #42
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We need emoticons for those!
I thought those little figures off to the right side were emoticons.
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They are, Addie, but I don't see any that express rhetoric or sarcasm. I wonder what they would look like? Any ideas?
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They are, Addie, but I don't see any that express rhetoric or sarcasm. I wonder what they would look like? Any ideas?
A sneer or smirk might help.
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This veggie dish reminds more of a Gaulette minus the pastry. I have seen Jacques Pepin do something similar with arranging the potato slices in a more orderly circular fashion. Then he sautéed them until crispy brown on the bottom. I have also seen them arranged on a wide, long restaurant style spatula.
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Old 09-05-2014, 06:51 AM   #46
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A sneer or smirk might help.
Now I'd love to find those kind of emoticons!!!! There are many posts I'd love to answer to but don't. Just a reply of a smirk emoticon would express my feelings!

My, goodness aren't we both up early!! XOXO
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Now I'd love to find those kind of emoticons!!!! There are many posts I'd love to answer to but don't. Just a reply of a smirk emoticon would express my feelings!

My, goodness aren't we both up early!! XOXO
I have been up since two a.m. XOXO back at ya!
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Thanks, Addie. You must know by now that I love you.

About those emoticons? Where do you think we could find ones that possibly could express sarcasm or even rhetoric?

I can't think what they might look like, but it seems to me they could be very useful.

Any ideas???
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Old 09-10-2014, 09:31 PM   #49
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Given that I rarely eat bread...and we'll be harvesting the potatoes soon, I might just have to give this a whirl.
Did you have a chance to try it yet? I might give it a whirl ... being celiac myself, "pizza" by any name is a treat!
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Old 09-11-2014, 09:11 AM   #50
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Did you have a chance to try it yet? I might give it a whirl ... being celiac myself, "pizza" by any name is a treat!
That's why I shared the link for those who are ciliac, gluten intolerant. Thought it might be something that folks would like to try without the hassle of making gluten-free crust. No, I haven't tried it, yet--still working my way through the veggies that are frost sensitive (gotta deal with those before the frost). Potatoes are underground, so I can harvest those after the frost-sensitive. But, I do intend to give it a try.
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