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Old 01-26-2011, 07:35 PM   #51
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I have a friend who calls herself a choiceitarian. She struggles to eat meat, not because of any philisophical reason but her body just works that way, sometimes she can and will est meat. Other times she can't handle it. It can be a real challenge to find stuff that she can eat since it is different every day. But I love her so I'm up for it.
I love the term "choiceitarian."

It is snowing outside. I'm unsure whether the shower will be canceled or delayed due to inclement weather. In either case, I'll be safe with hard-cooked eggs. As Frank mentioned, I'll dye them blue for the little boy that will be expected to arrive in a couple of months. That being said, I'm definitely keeping this list of recipes. We have a lot of friends who choose to stay meatless. I'm always needing new ideas.

One of the biggest obstacles for this shower is that it is immediately at the end of the day and I will have to have what I take lingering all day during work.

Thank you all though! Cheese biscuits...summer rolls, etc. YUM!
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Old 01-27-2011, 04:38 PM   #52
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Kathleen, here's what you really need.

Utility Chickens : Araucana chickens : blue egg laying hen

Don't show Frank.
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Ya know one of us can delete posts round these here parts.

We got canceled cause of the snow. Now sure if things will happen tomorrow or what.
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So you have a fridge full of blue eggs? Pics please.....
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Fridge full? Just two dozen (minus 3 that cracked and she sampled).
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Blue eggs and ham????
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Blue eggs and ham????
Sounds so much more appetizing than green eggs...
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Blue eggs and ham????
Thanks for BIG laugh!
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Old 01-28-2011, 07:39 AM   #59
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Kathleen, here's what you really need.

Utility Chickens : Araucana chickens : blue egg laying hen

Don't show Frank.
*carefully looks over the secret document and nods before looking to the other end of the sofa before whispering to Kayelle* Also, American "Easter Eggers" - non-pedigree layers.

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Absolutely, Sam I am.
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Kathleen, I have to let you in on something.

When I first read Frank saying you were taking hard cooked eggs and dying them blue, for some reason I had this picture in my head of deviled eggs with blue filling. With my knowledge of colour and of food, I was about to write and say that you should be very careful of adding blue to the yolk/mayo mixture because the blue might not come out so nice. Then I re-read "hard boiled" and realized you were leaving them that way and dyeing the shells.

Can someone please shut the door on my cave and wake me up when hibernation season is over!
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Vegetarian Shower Food. Ok, so someone has some sort of shower to attend and needs to bring something. When she mentioned it I thought of doing those wonderful southern meatball things. Now I am told the bride? is vegetarian... so... I am looking for some ideas on what to make. Here are my limitations: [LIST] [*]30-40 people. [*]There is an oven available but it might be used by someone else. [*]I need to be able to send it in the morning, and the shower is around 2:30. Refrigeration shouldn't be an issue. [*]I can send a crockpot ready to plug in and cook (though we have about a 6 hour window for that. [*]It can't be anything that needs site preparation. [*]It has to be vegetarian, I do not think pescatarian will cut it. [*]Think finger/napkin/toothpick type food. [/LIST] Ok.. I am all [S]ears[/S] eyes. 3 stars 1 reviews
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