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Old 06-22-2005, 08:42 PM   #11
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Thanks for editing your recipe luvs. Sometimes someone will edit their recipe way down in a thread, which doesn't help if you don't read to the end. I try to change them if I catch them but I know I don't catch all of them. So, thanks for doing that, it is a tremendous help.
you're welcome.
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Old 06-22-2005, 09:39 PM   #12
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Hey luvs I made this last night!! It was wonderful. I added some onions
with the garlic. We'll have more tomorrow. Paul loved it. THANKS!!!!
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Old 06-23-2005, 01:19 AM   #13
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lol bucky - pretty much everything was in reach for me even at 5' tall. Those that weren't were reachable with just a one-step step stool. The only thing on the line that I had trouble with was the very top shelf that held extra plates and ramekins. Someone would have to grab those and bring them down to the regular shelf. Our pots and pans were stored within tiptoe height on a shelf right above the stove/grill/griddle/fryer and also right under the counter. I'd say there were maybe 5 shelves in the whole kitchen/prep/storage area I couldn't reach comfortably - but the step stool helped.

I like the idea of a kitchen being accessible to shorter heights - a wheelchair accessible kitchen would be very interesting to see.
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Old 06-30-2005, 06:59 AM   #14
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Made this last night with fresh spinach from our garden. I also added sauted fresh mushrooms. We love fresh spinach and additionally use it alone for salads or mixed in with our garden salad lettuce.
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Old 06-30-2005, 08:40 AM   #15
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pds, cats, i'm glad you guys tried it out!
i'll have to try it with onions, pds. i've put shallots in it before, and onion powder other times, but not regular onions.
sounds good!
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I made fish last night luvs that had a butter, lemon, salt, pepper and garlic sauce on it.
I made your recipe in the same pan that I used to make the sauce, with out washing it first. It gave the spinach just a slight lemon flavor. Wonderful!!

Cat's I bet it was great with mushrooms in it too.... unluckily for me hubby, really doesn't like mushrooms.
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