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Old 02-08-2013, 11:31 PM   #31
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Kitchenelf, you might say older than dirt I'm a grandma in her 60's :) Back to basics is a nice change... I still love garlic mashed potatoes, but the egg noodles sound so good...I'm planning sunday dinner around your recipe...Always have all my kids here on sundays and they take turns requesting dinner...This Sunday it's my turn... Thanks again.
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Thanks Charlie, so that would be my other question, what dishes are American, I thought a lot of your dishes would be a mix of cultures as are indeed, many dishes in many countries . So what is considered purely American ?
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Thanks Charlie, so that would be my other question, what dishes are American, I thought a lot of your dishes would be a mix of cultures as are indeed, many dishes in many countries . So what is considered purely American ?
What is American food?
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Ah thank you Pac . A lot there originating then from other countries .
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Ah thank you Pac . A lot there originating then from other countries .
It's that whole "melting pot" thing
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