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Old 11-06-2011, 12:08 PM   #111
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At work we used to have a chili cook off once a year. One of the Air Force "wing nut" LT. made seafood chili that was so nasty the chili offerings on either side of his were avoided due to the smell of his.
Lol! Sounds like my mom's seafood lasagna! Whatever leftovers (there were a lot) she had would go into the freezer to be reheated for the next unsuspecting victim.
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Old 11-06-2011, 12:24 PM   #112
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<...Buttermilk with fresh ground pepper and crumbled cornbread...
I've met a lot of folks who like buttermilk that way. I've tried it....not bad, just not good enough to buy buttermilk for. My Cat Dinky gets all butttermilk that enters my home. At 6:30pm each evening, he gets his two tablespoons of buttermilk in a cup saucer. It just fills the indent. I can set the clock by his reminding yells. At 6:35pm, he raises hell if he hesn't had his buttermilk yet!

What a big baby he is!
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Old 11-06-2011, 03:18 PM   #113
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The only way I would use buttermilk is with making fried chicken, biscuits or salad dressing.
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Old 11-06-2011, 03:28 PM   #114
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PattY1, so sorry you are still upset. As you can see, your thread has gone the way every thread on the internet goes. . .some(a lot)on topic responses, some off topic, people voicing their opinions. . .I guess it's just a shame that some peoples opinions are different than yours. When I thanked you, it was honestly to thank you, and say it's just the internet, no need to get bent out of shape. Seriously, it's lunch and dinner, not life and death. As for your comment to me, don't worry, it doesn't mean that much to me to mean that much to you.

I have never heard of the ways people are using buttermilk, only have used it in dressings and marinades. Is it a regional thing? Buttermilk is also good for tenderizing and mellowing out some game like bear, elk, and venison.
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Old 11-06-2011, 04:10 PM   #115
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The only way I would use buttermilk is with making fried chicken, biscuits or salad dressing.
My mom would drink buttermilk. One thing though she would only drink it out of something that wasn't clear. Drinking it from a clear glass would leave stretch marks on the glass
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Old 11-06-2011, 04:15 PM   #116
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I gave myself the "I don't know..." when I followed a recipe here that used buttermilk in cupcakes, because I do NOT like buttermilk on its own. And they were darn good cupcakes!
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Old 11-06-2011, 07:23 PM   #117
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A Baja Style fish taco. The fish should be grilled or lightly fried(not a fish stick, fish nugget or heavily readed0. Cabbage, not lettuce, and shredded super thin. Pico, fresh and cooling. Lime. A warm tortilla, four preferably. The sauce is where the biggest differences come in. . . I have had Fish taco all over, from Baja Cantina(Va Beach) to Wahoos(Honolulu). . .the sauce is what a lot of people over do, imo.

Seriously, I could eat fish tacos 5 days a week.

i would prefer the cabbage but my colon does not. so i have to go with lettuce, not to much, just a bit.
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Old 11-08-2011, 06:49 PM   #118
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I LOVE jello with whipped cream!!! With fresh, pitted bing cherries, and pineapple chunks. Mmmmmmm

Taxlady, how about a catsup recipe? :) I LOVE ketchup (or ranch dressing) on just about anything, including eggs, so I would e interested in trying catsup
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Old 11-08-2011, 06:51 PM   #119
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I LOVE jello with whipped cream!!! With fresh, pitted bing cherries, and pineapple chunks. Mmmmmmm

Taxlady, how about a catsup recipe? :) I LOVE ketchup (or ranch dressing) on just about anything, including eggs, so I would e interested in trying catsup
I don't love ranch dressing on eggs, but I love to dunk pizza into it.
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Old 11-08-2011, 07:08 PM   #120
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Ranch dip is my sauce of choice for fries, especially grilled wedges with lots of steak seasoning on them, but there is no inkling for me to try ranch on a baked spud. I've had it on pizza and that's pretty good, too.
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