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Old 09-17-2005, 05:26 AM   #11
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Michael, you are so right. I like the way you think.
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Old 09-17-2005, 08:35 AM   #12
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i saw that recipe on the food channel in a fondu show, that looked yummy along with the shrimp one
http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/reci..._25975,00.html
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Old 09-22-2005, 04:46 AM   #13
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I know I ariived late for the bocconcini party, but I couldn't resist.

Bocconcini


Bocconcini is one of the few cheeses that masterfully play a supporting role to other flavors. It's especially popular accompanied by fresh vegetables.



This cheese is perfectly described by its Italian name: "small mouthfulls". It's mild and refreshing, with a smooth resilient texture, about the size, shape and colour of a hardboiled egg. It's delicious. Part of the semi-soft cheese category, Bocconcini should be a white and rindless unripened cheese with a firm elastic body, packed in light brine which stops further ripening.

Good alternatives to Bocconcini for your recipes include any of the stretched curd pasta filata cheeses such as Scamorza, Mozzarella, Fior di Latte, Cacciotta, or Trecce, a larger cheese woven into a braid and the most similar to Bocconcini



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Old 09-22-2005, 07:06 AM   #14
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Thanks Mish, nice picture. Wish I could do that, but I am not a computer person, really. Can't do anything much with the thing.
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Old 09-22-2005, 11:15 AM   #15
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You're welcome, lindalou.

Maybe this will help re copy & paste:


To copy - Left click on your mouse, draw across and highlight the stuff you want to copy, Right click and select copy.

To paste - Right click again and select paste. You can save recipes to your notepad and save them to your hardrive, or paste text into messages like these.

Give it a try & let me know if I can help some more.

The thing I can't figure out is:

When a blue word (muffin, for example) appears in text & when you click on the word (rather than an http address), it takes you to the document. Anyone know how to do this? Thanks in advance.
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